- Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part IV
- 17 Temp. L.Q. 385
- Bluebook cite
- Charles E. Ruby, Are True Chemical Compounds, As Such, Inherently Unpatentable Subject Matter? Part IV, 17 Temp. L.Q. 385, (1942-1943).
- Charles E. Ruby
- Item Type
- The author reviews the patentable subject matter of a claim that was held to be valid and up on review. The patent was called the Sulphonated Rosaniline Compound Patent. The author highlights the utilization of the "special process" found in patenting chemical compounds from the review of the Naphthol-Black Color Compound Patent cases.
Excerpts and Summaries
- Thursday 17 of September, 2009 14:47:41 GMT
- Monday 02 of November, 2009 15:45:15 GMT
by Michael Risch
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