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Electron beam deflector system. Thomson-CSF, March 29, 1972: GB1269017-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,269,017. Particle accelerators. THOMSON C.S.F. 3 March, 1970 [12 March, 1969], No. 10215/70. Heading H1D. The electron beam emerging from a particle accelerator passes through a first deflecting means Dl, Fig. 1, which deflects the beam through an angle of, for example, 37 degrees, and through a s ...


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Consoli Terenzio, Hall Richard B: Method of, and apparatus for, accelerating ionized gas. Commissariat Energie Atomique, Boeing, January 5, 1966: GB1015734-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,015,734. Linear particle accelerators. COMMISSARIAT A L'ENERGIE ATOMIQUE, and BOEING CO. April 27, 1964 [April 29, 1963], No. 17403/64. Heading H1D. [Also in Division F1] Charged particles are accelerated in a given axial direction by simultaneously subjecting them to a transverse electric field o ...


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Gibbons William Frederick, Watkin Kenneth: Improvements relating to particle accelerators. Ferranti, April 30, 1969: GB1150337-A (2 worldwide citation)

1,150,337. Particle accelerators. FERRANTI Ltd. 15 Jan., 1968 [28 Jan., 1967], No. 4309/67. H1D. The tubular chamber of a particle accelerator, e.g. betatron, synchrotron or linear D.C. accelerator, includes a plurality of sections, each comprising a metal tube divided longitudinally into at least t ...


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Le, Tourneur Philippe: Coded target for neutron source. Societe Anonyme D Etudes Et Realisations Nucleaires, Le, Tourneur Philippe, POULIN GĂ©rard, July 29, 2004: WO/2004/064462 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention concerns a target intended to emit neutrons when it is bombarded with particles. It comprises neutron emissive parts (11) and neutron non-emissive parts (12) that are juxtaposed, said emissive and non-emissive parts forming a pattern of the type of that of a coded mask. Application in ...


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Kenneth P Gall, Gerrit Townsend Zwart, Jan Van Der Laan, Ken Yoshiki Franzen: Magnetic field regenerator. Mevion Medical Systems, Choate Hall & Stewart, Paul Pysher, April 11, 2017: US09622335 (1 worldwide citation)

An example particle accelerator includes the following: a voltage source to provide a radio frequency (RF) voltage to a cavity to accelerate particles from a plasma column, where the cavity has a magnetic field causing particles accelerated from the plasma column to move orbitally within the cavity; ...


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Marshall Medoff, Thomas Craig Masterman, Robert Paradis: Array for processing materials. XYLECO, Leber IP Law, July 18, 2017: US09708761 (1 worldwide citation)

Materials (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) are processed to produce useful intermediates and products, such as energy, fuels, foods or materials. For example, systems equipment, and methods are described that can be used to treat feedstock materials, such as cellulo ...


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Marshall Medoff, Thomas Craig Masterman, Robert Paradis: Processing materials. XYLECO, Leber IP Law, May 9, 2017: US09644244 (1 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful intermediates and products, such as energy, fuels, foods or materials. For example, systems and methods are described that can be used to treat feedstock materials, such as cellulosic and/or lig ...


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Gongyin Chen, John Turner, Douglas W Eaton: Interlaced multi-energy radiation sources. Varian Medical Systems, Brandon N Sklar, Cozen O Connor, December 10, 2013: US08604723 (1 worldwide citation)

Multi-energy radiation sources comprising charged particle accelerators driven by power generators providing different RF powers to the accelerator, capable of interlaced operation, are disclosed. Automatic frequency control techniques are provided to match the frequency of RF power provided to the ...


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Marshall Medoff, Thomas Craig Masterman, Maia Stapleton Mukherjee, Christopher Cooper: Upgrading process streams. Xyleco, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, May 2, 2017: US09637802 (1 worldwide citation)

Biomass (e.g., plant biomass, animal biomass, and municipal waste biomass) is processed to produce useful intermediates and products, such as energy, fuels, foods or materials. Systems, methods and equipment are described for upgrading process streams using electrodialysis or electrodialysis reversa ...


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Gerald Peter Jackson: Antiproton production and delivery for imaging and termination of undesirable cells. HBAR TECHNOLOGIES, Peter K Trzyna Esq, April 25, 2017: US09630021 (1 worldwide citation)

Systems and methods for using antiprotons for terminating unwanted or undesirable cells which can be used in the treatment of conditions caused by the existence and/or proliferation of such undesirable cells. Such conditions include cardiovascular ailments, Parkinson's disease, wet macular degenerat ...