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Russian Excimer Patents Before 1-31-2005

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2001 Device for ultraviolet inactivation of microorganisms – inventors E.A Sosnin L.V Lavrentiev , Victor F Tarasenko

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The invention relates to ultraviolet inactivation of microorganisms. The device contains a flask made of a dielectric, transparent at a working wavelength, containing a mixture of gases, electrodes forming an internal discharge gap, a generator connected to both electrodes, the electrodes are tightly installed on the outer surface of the flask, the working medium contains an inert gas and halogen. The device operates at voltages up to 10 kV with a certain ratio of parameters. EFFECT: invention provides ultraviolet irradiation at a wavelength effective for inactivation (or a set of wavelengths), increasing the reliability and safety of the sterilization process for the operator.

“the discharge is associated with the structure of the terms of the working molecules formed by them (in the examples described, these are the KrCl* and XeBr* molecules). “

Sources of information referenced in patent

1. Sokolov VF. Disinfection of water with bactericidal rays. – M.: Publishing House of the Ministry of Public Utilities of the RSFSR. 1954. – 178 p.

2. McDonald KF, Curry RD, Clevenger T.E., Brazos BJ, Uklesbay K., Eisenstark A. , Baker S., Golden J., Morgan R. The Development of Photosensitized Pulsed and Continuous Ultraviolet Decontamination Techniques for Surface and Solutions //IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science. – 2000. – Vol. 28. – 1, – p. 89-96.

3. Walsey R. //Lighting Futures. – 1998. – Vol. 3. – 2, – p. 14.

4. Device for disinfection of air and surfaces /Patent RU 2031659, cl. A 61 L 2/10, publ. 03/27/1995.

5. Household ultraviolet sterilizer /Patent RU 2026084, class. A 61 L 2/10, publ. 01/09/1995.

6. Anderson JG, Rowan NJ, MacGregor SJ, Fouracre RA, Farish O. Inactivation of Food-Borne Enteropathogenic Bacteria and Spoilage Fungi Usinf Pulsed-Light //IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science. – 2000. – Vol. 28. – 1, – p. 83-88.

More……

  1. Tarasenko V.F., Skakun V.S., Fomin E.A., Sosnin E.A. A lamp for producing high-power emission in optical spectral range // Patent № SU 2067337 А1. Applied: 7.07.94. Filed: 13.04.94. Issued: 27.09.96. Bul. 27.
  2. Panchenko A.N., Sosnin E.A., Tarasenko V.F. Working mixture of low-pressure glow discharge lamp // Patent № RU 2089962 С1. Applied: 26.12.95. Filed: 10.09.97. Issued: 10.09.97 Bul. 25.
  3. Panchenko A.N., Sosnin E.A., Tarasenko V.F. Pumping technique of a glow discharge lamp with working mixture holding electronegative gas // Patent № RU 2089971 С1. Applied: 16.10.95. Filed: 10.09.97. Issued: 10.09.97. Bul. 25.
  4. Panchenko A.N., Skakun V.S., Sosnin E.A., Tarasenko V.F. High-power glow discharge lamp // Patent № RU 2096863 С1. Applied: 18.07.95. Filed: 20.10.97. Issued: 20.11.97. Bul. 32.
  5. Lomaev M.I., Skakun V.S., Sosnin E.A., Tarasenko V.F. Working mixture of high-frequency capacitive discharge lamp // Patent RU 2154323 C2. Applied: 01.06.98. Issued: 10.08.2000. Bul. 22.
  6. Lomaev M.I., Skakun V.S., Sosnin E.A., Tarasenko V.F. Working mixture of glow discharge lamp // Patent № RU 2154323 С1. Applied: 1.06.98. Filed: 10.08.00. Issued: 20.11.97. Bul. 32.
  7. Tarasenko V.F., Panchenko A.N., Lomaev M.I. // Working mixture of glow discharge lamp // Patent № 2151442 С1. Applied: 18.02.98. Filed: 20.06.00. Issued: Bul. 17.
  8. Tarasenko V.F., Panchenko A.N., Skakun V.S., Sosnin E.A., Wang F.T., Myers B.R., Adamson M.G. Powerful glow discharge excilamp // US Patent 6376972 B1. Appl. No.: 442995. Filed: November 18, 1999. Published April 23, 2002. Issued 4. 23.2002. Doe. Docket No.S – 85903. LLNL Docket No CIL – 9905.
  9. Tarasenko V.F., Erofeev M.V., Lomaev M.I., Schitz D.V., Sosnin E.A. Lamp for producing radiation pulses in optical spectral range // Patent RU 2195044 С2. Applied: 01.02.2001. Filed: 20.12.2002. Issued: 20.12.02 Bul. 35.
  10. Sosnin E.A., Masterova Ya.V., Tarasenko V.F. Device for UV inactivation of microorganisms // Patent RU 2225225 С2. Applied: 14.08.2001. Issued: 10.03.2004. Bul. 7.
  11. Schitz D.V., Tarasenko V.F. Resonant generator of pulses based on SOS-diodes // Patent № RU 24607 U1. Applied: 22.01.02. Filed: 10.08.02. Issued: 10.08.02. Bul. 22.
  12. Sosnin E.A., Erofeev M.V., Tarasenko V.F. Radiation source // Patent RU 2239911 С1. Applied: 21.04.03. Issued: 10.11.2004. Bul. 31.
  13. Lomaev M.I., Lisenko A.A., Skakun V.S., Schitz D.V., Tarasenko V.F., Matsumoto J. Source of spontaneous VUV radiation // Patent RU 42694 U1. Applied: 21.07.2004. Filed: № application 2004122313/22 from 21.07.2004. Issued: №10.12.2004. Bul. 34.
  14. Sosnin E.A., Erofeev M.V., Tarasenko V.F., Skakun V.S., Schitz D.V., Lomaev M.I. Radiation source // Patent RU 2258975 С1. Applied: 22.12.2003. Issued: 20.08.2005. Bul. 23.
  15. Sosnin E.A., Lavrent’eva L.V., Sosnin E.A., Avdeev S.M., Stoffels-Adamovitch E., Kuznetsova E.A. Device for UV inactivation of microorganisms // Patent RU 43458. Applied: 27.09.2004. Issued: 27.01.2005. Bul. 3.
  16. Sosnin E.A., Erofeev M.V., Tarasenko V.F., Skakun V.S., Schitz D. V. Lomaev M.I., Tibaut M., Laurent M. Radiation source // Patent RU 2271590 C2. Applied: 15.03.2005. Issued: 10.03.2006. Bul. 7.
  17. Lomaev M.I., Lisenko A.A., Skakun V.S., Schitz D.V., Tarasenko V.F. Source of spontaneous radiation // Patent Ru 2281581 C1. Applied: 23.12.2004. Issued: 10.08.2006. Bul. 22.

 

Ushio was the first to patent the 222nm excimer technology in the USA. These Ushio patents in the USA expired free-related, making them no longer enforceable several years before the USPTO was tricked into issuing new patents on old technology disclosed in several expired US patents!

Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, and USA Patents issued before 1-31-2005 Invalidates any US patent claim to 222nm excimer lamps!

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