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Raymond S Kasevich, James F McQueeney, Ronald H Crooker: Method and apparatus for hyperthermia treatment. Kasevich Associates, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks, October 11, 1988: US04776086 (146 worldwide citation)

A microwave collinear antenna array applicator for in situ or in vivo treatment of tumors and/or other materials by hyperthermia is disclosed. The array consists of a plurality of harmonically related resonant coaxial antenna elements connected electrically in series to provide uniform heating along ...


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Matthias Stiene, Birgit Von Tiedemann, Jamie Roders, Lucy Macgregor, Jerry McAleer, Alan McNeilage: Paste, which can undergo screen printing for producing a porous polymer membrane for a biosensor. Inverness Medical, April 13, 2004: US06719923 (145 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a paste, which can undergo screen printing, for producing a porous polymer membrane. Said paste contains at least one polymer, one or more solvents for the polymer having a boiling point of >100° C., one or more non-solvents for the polymers (pore-forming agents) having a hi ...


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Richard J Lawrance: Low cost bipolar current collector-separator for electrochemical cells. General Electric Company, I David Blumenfeld, July 29, 1980: US04214969 (145 worldwide citation)

A bipolar current collector-separator for electrochemical cells consists of a molded aggregate of electro-conductive graphite and a thermoplastic fluoropolymer combined in a weight ratio of 2.5:1 to 16:1. The bulk resistivity of such a molded bipolar current collector-separator is less than 4.times. ...


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Donald A Duncan, Lawrence E Brown: Feedthrough connector for implantable cardiac pacer. American Pacemaker Corporation, Weingarten Maxham & Schurgin, May 1, 1979: US04152540 (144 worldwide citation)

A feedthrough connector for use on an implantable electronic cardiac pacer. A single structure provides a means for connecting a heart lead to the pacer and feedthrough into the body of the pacer. The feedthrough may include filtering means to protect against external interferences. The entire struc ...


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Masanori Fujita, Sukenori Suzuki: Electrically conductive adhesive connecting arrays of conductors. Kabushiki Kaisha Seikosha, Robert E Burns, Emmanuel J Lobato, Bruce L Adams, September 12, 1978: US04113981 (143 worldwide citation)

An electrically conductive adhesive comprises electrically conductive particles mixed in a non-conductive base at such a mixing ratio that the conductive particles are not in contact with one another. When this adhesive is disposed between facing electrodes, it provides electric conductivity between ...


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Weijin Li: UV curable and electrically conductive adhesive for bonding magnetic disk drive components. Western Digital, Joshua C Harrison Esq, Carr & Ferrell, September 13, 2005: US06942824 (140 worldwide citation)

An electrically conductive adhesive includes a resin component, a photoinitiator, and metal-coated polymer beads. The beads have an average diameter and a very narrow size distribution around the average diameter. The adhesive is applied between a read/write head and a suspension to attach the two, ...


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Peter S Kirlin, Duncan W Brown, Robin A Gardiner: Metal complex source reagents for MOCVD. Advanced Technology Materials, Steven J Hultquist, Janet R Elliott, September 26, 1995: US05453494 (140 worldwide citation)

Metal organic chemical vapor deposition (MOCVD) source reagents useful for formation of metal-containing films, such as thin film copper oxide high temperature superconductor (HTSC) materials. The source reagents have the formula MAyX wherein: M is a metal such as Cu, Ba, Sr, La, Nd, Ce, Pr, Sm, Eu, ...


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Raburn L Hughey Jr, Jerry M Hesterlee, Frank R Thrash Jr: Water resistant cable construction. Southwire Company, Stanley L Tate, George C Myers Jr, Victor M Wigman, August 27, 1991: US05043538 (139 worldwide citation)

A water impervious cable construction for aerial, underground, or underwater use which includes at least one central electrical conductor, an overlayer of insulation material such as a plastic, a shield layer formed of a plurality of individual conductors (or the equivalent) which may be spirally wr ...


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Bart Thomeer, Robert Sorem: Composite coiled tubing apparatus and methods. Dowell A Division of Schlumberger Technology Corporation, John E Vick Jr, October 27, 1998: US05828003 (137 worldwide citation)

Products and methods relating to composite materials and their use in coiled tubing is disclosed. The composite tubing is a pressurized structure for conveying fluids downhole in a wellbore. It has a multilayered laminate that resists buckling within the wellbore and is fabricated into a hollow tube ...


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Spartak Gevorgian, Anatoly Deleniv, Orest Vendik, Erik Kollberg, Erland Wikborg: Tunable ferroelectric resonator arrangement. Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson, Nixon & Vanderhye P C, June 27, 2006: US07069064 (136 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a tunable resonating arrangement comprising a resonator apparatus (10), input/output coupling (4) means for coupling electromagnetic energy into/out of the resonator apparatus, and a tuning device (3) for application of a biasing voltage/electric field to the resonat ...



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