This patent looks to be a spam/troll attempt

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In reference to the patent: US20100313926

I'm an electrical engineering major that just graduated with my masters degree. I was looking at zeolite applications and I stumbled onto this patent. After reading through it, I'm having a hard time believing that it is legit. After much word-smithing, there is nothing actually "accomplished" or "claimed" aside from.... well everything honestly. The wording of the application shows the person claiming it might not understand Peltier/Seebeck modules clearly. Also, under the claims it grabs at almost any possible combination of heat absorbing material or heat releasing material.

In y'alls opinion, does this seem like a patent troll to you? It just doesn't sit right with me.

Joseph

Posted 2016-08-23T16:42:18.707

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You can go to http://portal.uspto.gov/pair/PublicPair to see a history of the application. The examiner requested the applicant to elect a specie because claim 5~12 refer to five distinct and independent species. The applicant never responded and the application was deemed abandoned on 2012-07

– daniel – 2016-08-24T01:18:17.423

Oh I didn't know that! Neat! – Joseph – 2016-08-24T19:02:57.373

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