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 Most patent and trademark materials have the classification number: T223 or KF3100+ if they deal with legal aspects. ​ Most patent and trademark materials have the classification number: T223 or KF3100+ if they deal with legal aspects. ​
  
-Special aspects pf patent ​and trademark cd and dvd roms (under construction) + 
-Material type: CD-ROMs ​plus DVD-ROMsalthough called CD-ROM. SEL wants one accession for all cd-roms and dvd-roms ​so they can all file in the Science CD-ROM Cabinet.  +Patent ​and Trademarks on CD-ROMs/DVD-ROMS:  
-Background: The cd-roms from the former Physical Sciences and Engineering Library ​(Phys.Sci. Perm Reserveand the Morrill Biological Sciences Library Perm Reserve were integrated in 2004 when the 2 libraries merged. The Phys.Sci. scheme was kept because it had the most cd-roms. The dvd-rom accession ​numbers ​were formerly used for Phys.Sci. patent ​and trademark ​setsThese sets were transferred to Gov Docs in 2004 and then to Basement Storage in 2012. For more information ask Cindy Spell (cls)+ 
 +The Library has full text access to all patents and trademarks through microfilm (many)cd-rom/dvd-rom (all), and online (almost all)The microfilm and  cd-rom/​dvd-rom versions are in Du Bois Basement Storage. SEL dvd-rom accession numbers were used only for those full text patents and trademarks in Basement Storage. 
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 +SEL now wants one accession ​number scheme ​for all cd-roms and dvd-roms. That is the cd-rom (not dvd-romschemeSo, be sure to use cd-rom numbers for both cd-rom and dvd-rom patents ​and trademark ​titles 
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