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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)+ 
 +Patent ​and Trademarks on CD-ROMs/​DVD-ROMS:​  
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 +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-romscheme. So, be sure to use cd-rom numbers for both cd-rom and dvd-rom patents and trademark titles. ​
  
  
-Material type: CD-ROMs plus DVD-ROMs, although 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. ​ 
-Background: The cd-roms from the former Physical Sciences and Engineering Library (Phys.Sci. Perm Reserve) and 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 sets. These sets were transferred to Gov Docs in 2004 and then to Basement Storage in 2012. For more information ask Cindy Spell (cls) 
  
  
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