The patent application shall disclose the invention in a manner sufficiently clear and complete for it to be carried out by a person skilled in the art. The description shall begin with the specification on the first page of the index of classification in the applicable edition of the International Patent Classification (IPC), to which the claimed invention relates and of the title of the invention, as indicated in the patent application, in a clear and concise wording of the subject-matter of the invention, without revealing its essence.

The description shall successively contain the following:

  • the title of the invention as indicated in the patent application form;
  • the field of application of the invention;
  • the prior art;
  • a presentation of the technical problem which the invention solves;
  • the disclosure of the invention;
  • a statement of the advantageous effects (the technical result) of the invention with reference to the prior art;
  • a brief description of the explicative drawings, if any;
  • a detailed description of at least one way of carrying out the invention;
  • a list of cited information sources.