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Number: 532
Name: Organic compounds -- part of the class 532-570 series >
Description: Class 532 is the parent class for the Class 532 series of classes, the hierarchical arrangement of which is shown below in Lines With Other Classes And Within This Class.

Class Number Class Name No. of Patents

(this subclass presently has no patents. it is intended to be the generic subclass for the 532-570 series of class when class 260 is abolished. it does have a glossary of terms used in that serie).


Note: an alternative search for u.s. patents based upon a modification of the european patent office classification, for portions of the subject matter of this or its daughter classes, may be found in class 987, organic compounds containing a bi, sb, as, or p atom or containing a metal atom of the 6th to 8th group of the periodic system.


Organic compounds

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