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"... of all the properties of the mind that exist, nobody wishes to his friend or to his child to possess the gift of inventor. The attempt of the inventor to bring benefit to the mankind makes him an object of universal mockery and charity, while in case of success gives occasion for envy, stealing and abuse".
B. Franklin
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Chromatography Patent and Inventions

  • Chromatograph of A. S. Hayrapetyan.
    Patent (USSR) Russia. "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 23, 1991.

  • Gas chromatograph of engineer A. S. Hayrapetyan.
    No. 1233647 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 19, 1986.
    Patent-analogs:
    No 267891 A3 patent of Germany. Government department on inventions and patents of Germany,
    No. 268780 invention certificate of Czechoslovakia. Federal department of Czechoslovakia,
    Resolution to issue the invention certificate of Bulgaria of March 20, 1989 No. 3605331 Federal department of Bulgaria.

  • Chromatograph with programming of carrier-gas pressure.
    No. 1104416 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 27, 1984.
    Patent-analogs:
    No. 242949 A3 patent of Germany. Government department on inventions and patents of Germany,
    No. 247149 invention certificate of Czechoslovakia. Federal department of Czechoslovakia,
    Resolution to issue the invention certificate of Bulgaria of December 25, 1987 No. 3440865 Federal department of Bulgaria.

  • Gas chromatograph by A. S. Hayrapetyan.
    No. 1088486 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 11, 1984 (not to be make public).
    Patent-analogs:
    No. 253162 A3 patent of Germany. Government department on inventions and patents of Germany,
    No. 268761 invention certificate of Czechoslovakia. Federal department of Czechoslovakia,
    No. 45664 invention certificate of Bulgaria. Federal department of Bulgaria.

  • Concentration meter for liquid medium.
    No. 1081470 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 11, 1984.

  • Chromatograph with programming of carrier-gas pressure.
    No. 888693 invention certificate "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 45, 1981 (not to be make public).

  • Chromatograph with linear programming of pressure of carrier-gas.
    No. 849861 invention certificate. "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 27, 1981 (not to be make public).

  • Chromatograph with programming of carrier-gas pressure.
    No. 814049 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, industrial prototypes and trade-marks", No. 2, 1981.

  • Recorder for chromatograph.
    No. 814047 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, production prototypes and trade-marks", No. 10, 1981.

  • Method of gas chromatographic analysis of complex mixtures.
    No. 746280 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, production prototypes and trade-marks", No. 25, 1980.

  • Chromatograph with programming of pressure of carrier-gas.
    No. 730092 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, production prototypes and trade-marks", No. 15, 1980.

  • Chromatograph with programming of carrier-gas pressure by A.S. Hayrapetyan.
    No. 705331 invention certificate, "Inventions, discoveries, production prototypes and trade-marks", No. 47, 1979.

The essence of other patentable technical solutions - inventions, developing the basic technology, is not described as they are not patented.
Their patenting only in Armenia is not expedient for the following reasons:

  • appearance of earlier publications, which is equivalent to transmission of information about technology without any compensation;

  • absence of manufacturers and mass consumers of chromatographic equipments in the country;

  • absence of logical sense for buying Armenian patent in view of its extremely limited territorial and economic influence on analytical devices market by the use of new basic technology of chromatography - chromabarography.

Consequently nobody buys them at the sum which one could get from European and/or patents of USA, Japan and other developed countries.

But there are no sufficient means to get patents of these countries.
For information: the procedure of patenting in USA only lasts 2 (two) years and demands a sum of 8.000-30.000 American "rubles"!

However versions may be considered for the Export of a new basic technology Chromatography - Chromabarography.

On the basis of the contract and/or the license agreements to carry out the joint patenting of the new technical solutions of the basic technology - Chromabarography, and before getting patents in the developed countries, t r a n s m i t :

  • patentable technical solutions;

  • patent-owner's right;

  • author's right;

  • Procedural knowledge;

  • ENGINEERING and others.


P. S.

"The patent owner making a deal claims what, in his opinion, is a just compensation for his work, and considers all that which lies beyond the patent formula as a public achievement".

From the decisions of the court
Ajello v. Pan-American Airways Corp., 128 F. 2d 196, 197; 53 U.S.P.Q., 530, 531 (2d Cir. 1943)


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