The fact that an alleged invention was arrived at only after a series of experiments may carry weight1. It is not necessary that an inventor should have laboured, for an invention may well be the result of a happy thought2; but, if the inventor, being equipped with the proper knowledge of his art3, has been unable to arrive at the result claimed without a series of experiments, the inference is that the result was not obvious4
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