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Number: 75/178AM
Name: Specialized metallurgical processes, compositions for use therein, consolidated metal powder compositions, and loose metal particulate mixtures >

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
75/300 Compositions 29
75/330 Processes 46
75/950 Consolidated metal powder compositions of >95% theoretical density (e.g., wrought, etc.) 48
75/952 Producing fibers, filaments, or whiskers 19
75/953 Producing spheres 31
75/954 Producing flakes or crystals 30
75/955 Producing dental product 23
75/956 Producing particles containing a dispersed phase 39
75/957 Continuous refining of molten iron(fe) 18
75/958 With concurrent production of iron(fe) and other desired nonmetallic product (e.g., energy, fertilizer, etc.) 84
75/959 Thermit-type reaction of solid materials only to yield molten metal 25
75/960 In zero gravity environment 8
75/961 Treating flue dust to obtain metal (other than by consolidation) 172
75/962 Treating or using mill scale 43

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued

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