The specification of an application for a patent1 must contain a description of the invention2, a claim or claims, and any drawing referred to in the description or any claim3. The specification must disclose the invention in a manner which is clear enough and complete enough for the invention to be performed by a person skilled in the art4.
The description contained in the specification has to fulfil two main conditions5:
(1) to state in clear and intelligible language what the invention is, so that others may know what the
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