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in Table 1 of which 21 (those marked with an asterisk in the table in Attachment D #s 1 , 
7-1 3, 1 6-1 8, 20, 21 , 27, 28, 30, 31 and 41 -44) do not contain one or more of a rare 
earth, a group III element or an alkaline earth element. Yet all 42 are made according 
to the general principals or ceramic science taught by applicants. Two of the 42 
materials have a Tc of 25K. Thus a person of skill in the art following applicants' 
teaching can fabricate materials which avoid the claims allowed by the examiner but not 
the claims not allowed by the examiner. 

Table 1 in attachment C list 7 references as the source of the information on the 
42 high Tc materials. Those references are listed below. For references 1-5 
Attachments C to H respectively, contain the title page and table of contents of the 
corresponding books. References 6 and 7 are articles, copies of which are in 
Attachments H and I respectively. 

1 . Attachment C 

Ginsburg, D.M., Ed., Physical Properties of High-Temperature Superconductors, Vols. 
Mil, World Scientific, Singapore, 1989-1992. 

2. Attachment D 

Rao, C.N.R., Ed., Chemistry of High-Temperature Superconductors, World Scientific, 
Singapore, 1991. 

3. Attachment E 

Shackelford, J.F., The CRC Materials Science and Engineering Handbook, CRC Press, 
Boca Raton, 1992, 98-99 and 122-123. 

4. Attachment F 

Kaldis, E., Ed., Materials and Crystallographic Aspects of HTc-Superconductivity, 
Kluwer Academic Publ., Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 1992. 

5. Attachment G 

Malik, S.K. and Shah, S.S., Ed., Physical and Material Properties of High Temperature 
Superconductors, Nova Science Publ., Commack, N.Y., 1994. 

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6. Attachment H 

Chmaissem.O. et al., Physica C230, 231-238, 1994 

7. Attachment I 

Antipov E. V. et al., Physica C215, 1-10, 1993. 231-238, 1994 

The is no evidence in these references that the 42 high Tc materials of 
Attachment A cannot be made following applicants' teaching. 

In view thereof appellants request the Examiner to withdraw the examiner's 
rejections of claims under 35 USC 112, first paragraph. 

Please charge any fee necessary to enter this paper to deposit account 09-0468. 

Daniel P. Morris 
Reg. No. 32,053 
(914) 945-3217 

Intellectual Property Law Dept. 
P.O. Box 218 

Yorktown Heights, New York 1 0598 

Application No.: 08/479,810 

Docket YO987-074BZ