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A requirement for patent protection. a new invention must produce unexpected or surprising new results that are not anticipated by the existing technology (or prior art). a nonobvious invention is unexpected by a person with ordinary skill in the art — for example, the telephone technology created by alexander graham bell was not obvious to audio and sound engineers of bell’s day. (see also: prior art)

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