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CHEMISTRY OF CARBON COMPOUNDS

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1 | MISCELLANEOUS ORGANIC CARBON COMPOUNDS | |

Class 518 is an integral part of this Class 260, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of this class. | ||

Class 520 is an integral part of this Class 260, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of this class. | ||

Class 521 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 522 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 523 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 524 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 525 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 526 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 527 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 528 is an integral part of Class 520, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 520, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 520. | ||

Class 530 is an integral part of this Class 260, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of this class. | ||

Class 532 is an integral part of this Class 260, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of this class. | ||

Class 534 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 536 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 540 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 544 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 546 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 548 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 549 is an integral part of this Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 552 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 554 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 556 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 558 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 560 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 562 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 564 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 568 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

665R | . C-metal | |

665G | . . Grignard type | |

665B | . . Beryllium containing | |

Class 570 is an integral part of Class 532, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class 532, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of Class 532. | ||

Class 585 is an integral part of this Class 260, as shown by the position of this box, and follows the schedule hierarchy of this Class, retaining all pertinent definitions and Class lines of this class. | ||

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CROSS-REFERENCE ART COLLECTIONS BASED ON INDUSTRY OR ART USE | ||

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998.11 | DENTAL | |

998.12 | ABLATIVE | |

998.13 | BRAKE, FRICTION OR ANTI-SKID | |

998.14 | BALL, BAT, PIN OR BILLY | |

998.15 | FLOOR COVERING | |

998.16 | SOUND RECORD | |

998.17 | PEARLESCENT | |

998.18 | MOLD OR MOLD COATING | |

998.19 | ROAD MARKING OR PAVEMENT COMPOSITIONS (NON-CEMENTITIOUS, NON BITUMINOUS) | |

998.2 | DIPEPTIDES, E.G., ASPARTAME, ANSERINE, CARNOSINE, ETC. | |

998.21 | . Aspartylphenylalanone esters and cyclohexylalanine esters | |

998.22 | . Arginine containing | |

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DIGESTS | ||

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DIG 14 | Soil treatment digest (polyelectrolytes) | |

DIG 15 | Antistatic agents not otherwise provided for | |

DIG 16 | . Antistatic agents containing a metal, silicon, boron or phosphorus | |

DIG 17 | . High polymeric (resinous) antistatic agents | |

DIG 18 | . . High polymeric (resinous) antistatic agents containing pentavalent nitrogen | |

DIG 19 | . Non-high polymeric antistatic agents/N | |

DIG 20 | . . Antistatic agent contains pentavalent nitrogen | |

DIG 21 | Polymer chemically or physically modified to impart antistatic properties and methods of antistatic agent addition | |

DIG 22 | Concentration | |

DIG 23 | Fiber | |

DIG 24 | Flameproof | |

DIG 25 | Metal catalyst | |

DIG 26 | Multicolor | |

DIG 27 | Nomenclature | |

DIG 28 | Peroxide | |

DIG 30 | Properties | |

DIG 31 | Ionic cross-link | |

DIG 32 | Incompatible blend | |

DIG 33 | Molecular sieve | |

DIG 34 | Hydantoin | |

DIG 35 | Crystallization | |

DIG 37 | Closure | |

DIG 38 | Ink | |

DIG 41 | Glass flake | |

DIG 42 | Melts used in preparation of non-cyclic aliphatic chloro-, bromo- and iodo-hydrocarbons | |

DIG 43 | Promoting degradability of polymers | |

DIG 44 | Beta branched fatty acid | |

DIG 45 | Polymer dispersions | |

DIG 46 | Vibration dampening composition | |

DIG 47 | Poisons, foods or pharmaceuticals |

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