- Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part II
- 15 Temp. L.Q. 321
- Bluebook cite
- Charles E. Ruby, Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part II, 15 Temp. L.Q. 321 (1941-1942).
- Charles E. Ruby
- Item Type
- In this article, the author makes 4 proposals
1. true chemical compounds are principles of nature and are thus unpatentable subject matter
2. true chemical compounds are products of nature (such as Tungsten) and are thus unpatentable subject matter.
3. If chemical compounds are considered inventions then they are unpatentable inventions
4. chemical compounds assumed to be patentable inventions cannot be claimed by claims of the character described at the outset.
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