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Inventor:
Lapof; Ray C.
Address:
New York, NY
No. of patents:
3
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
5856415 Optically transparent metal-containing polymers January 5, 1999
A method for producing a metal-containing transparent polymer by the reaction of a metal carboxylate, with a clear setting resin system comprising a thermosetting resin and a curing agent. The reaction occurs in a temperature in the range of from about 0.degree. to about 100.degree.
4924103 Radiation protection apron May 8, 1990
A flexible radiation shield apron is disclosed. A characterizing feature of the apron resides in the provision of an encasing fabric sleeve unconnected to the sheets providing radiation resistance, in the areas generally below the waist of the wearer whereby such portions of the apron
3980889 Article transfer and inspection apparatus September 14, 1976
An article transfer and inspection apparatus comprising chamber-defining means, substantially impermeable to x-rays; and x-ray source for directing x-rays to a first portion of said chamber; feed and extraction conveyor systems individually having at least a portion thereof outside the c










 
 
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