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Spencer Ferguson Silver 3 M Center: Acrylate copolymer microspheres. Kinney Alexander Sell Steldt & Delahunt, September 12, 1972: US3691140 (282 worldwide citation)

Infusible, solvent-dispersible, solvent-insoluble, inherently tacky, elastomeric copolymer microspheres consist essentially of about 90 percent to about 99.5 percent by weight of at least one alkyl acrylate ester and about 10 to about 0.5 percent by weight of at least one monomer selected from the g ...


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Karl Pflanz: Nutrient medium unit and method for holding a filter from a filtration device. SARTORIUS STEDIM BIOTECH, Gerald E Hespos, Michael J Porco, Matthew T Hespos, January 22, 2019: US10184101

The invention relates to a nutrient medium unit for holding a filter of a filtration device, comprising a lower part that is filled with the nutrient medium and a lid, the latter having a fixing edge that protrudes into the lower part and that can be connected to an edge of the filter by means of an ...


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Chen Hou, Liu Xin, Qu Rongjun, Wang Chunhua, Ji Chunnuan, Sun Changmei: Method for preparing mono-disperse loose porous acrylonitrile/methyl acrylate copolymer microspheres. Ludong University, December 9, 2009: CN200910152225

The invention discloses a method for preparing mono-disperse loose porous acrylonitrile/methyl acrylate copolymer microspheres, which is characterized by comprising the following steps: adding a polyvinyl alcohol dispersant, Span 80 emulsifier, an acrylonitrile and methyl acrylate monomer and a pota ...


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HEALY Robert M: [fr] MÉTHODE DE PRÉVENTION DUNE BLESSURE SUR UNE TABLE DEXAMEN, [en] METHOD FOR PREVENTING INJURY ON AN EXAM TABLE. HEALY Robert M, FINCHAM Eric, April 25, 2013: WO/2013/057589

[en] There is provided a method for reducing injuries on a patient exam table (10) which comprises placing a paper (20) on said exam table (10), said paper (20) having a bottom surface with a coating (24) of a low tack adhesive which allows repositioning, the low tack adhesive preferably comprising ...


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WEARABLE APPARATUS FOR DETECTING A TARGET SUBSTANCE IN A LIQUID. July 27, 2017: US20170209313-A1

Described herein are a wearable apparatus and methods for detecting the presence of a targeted substance in a liquid. For example, the wearable apparatus can be a fingernail that detects illicit drugs in a beverage. The wearable apparatus comprises a detection layer comprising an indicator that is c ...


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WEARABLE APPARATUS FOR DETECTING A TARGET SUBSTANCE IN A LIQUID. Undercover Colors, November 8, 2018: US20180318145-A1

Described herein are a wearable apparatus and methods for detecting the presence of a targeted substance in a liquid. For example, the wearable apparatus can be a fingernail that detects illicit drugs in a beverage. The wearable apparatus comprises a detection layer comprising an indicator that is c ...