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Ayanori Endo, Ryo Hayashi, Tatsuya Iwasaki: Field-effect transistor and method for manufacturing the same. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 12, 2008: US07411209 (2180 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing a field-effect transistor includes the steps of forming a source electrode and a drain electrode each containing hydrogen or deuterium; forming an oxide semiconductor layer in which the electrical resistance is decreased if hydrogen or deuterium is added; and, causing hydr ...


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Tatsuya Iwasaki: Thin-film transistor and thin-film diode having amorphous-oxide semiconductor layer. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, November 18, 2008: US07453087 (2166 worldwide citation)

A thin-film transistor including a channel layer being formed of an oxide semiconductor transparent to visible light and having a refractive index of nx, a gate-insulating layer disposed on one face of the channel layer, and a transparent layer disposed on the other face of the channel layer and hav ...


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Nobuyuki Kaji, Hisato Yabuta: Method of fabricating oxide semiconductor device. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, December 23, 2008: US07468304 (2161 worldwide citation)

A method for fabricating a device using an oxide semiconductor, including a process of forming the oxide semiconductor on a substrate and a process of changing the conductivity of the oxide semiconductor by irradiating a predetermined region thereof with an energy ray.


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Keishi Saito, Hideo Hosono, Toshio Kamiya, Kenji Nomura: Sensor and image pickup device. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, November 18, 2008: US07453065 (2156 worldwide citation)

A sensor for detecting a received electromagnetic wave comprising a first electrode, a second electrode and an amorphous oxide layer interposed between the first electrode and the second electrode.


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Ichiro Endo, Yasushi Sato, Seiji Saito, Takashi Nakagiri, Shigeru Ohno: Bubble jet recording method and apparatus in which a heating element generates bubbles in a liquid flow path to project droplets. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, February 2, 1988: US04723129 (1609 worldwide citation)

A liquid jet recording process comprises the step of providing a continuous passageway defining a path through which liquid can flow. The passageway has an inlet thereto and an outlet orifice therefrom and further defines a thermal chamber portion located directly in the path intermediate the inlet ...


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Naoki Ayata, Yoshiaki Shirato, Yasushi Takatori, Mitsuaki Seki: Droplet generating method and apparatus thereof. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, July 31, 1984: US04463359 (1480 worldwide citation)

This invention provides a method of and apparatus for emitting a droplet from an orifice by generating a bubble in a small liquid chamber in response to a droplet generating instruction. The method and apparatus are particularly characterized having gradual contraction of the bubble to prevent exces ...


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Ichiro Endo, Yasushi Sato, Seiji Saito, Takashi Nakagiri, Shigeru Ohno: Bubble jet recording method and apparatus in which a heating element generates bubbles in multiple liquid flow paths to project droplets. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, April 26, 1988: US04740796 (1382 worldwide citation)

Liquid droplets are formed by instantaneous state change by thermal energy of a liquid filled in a thermal chamber, said droplets being deposited onto a recording member to achieve recording.


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Hiroshi Sugitani, Hiroto Matsuda, Masami Ikeda: Liquid jet recording head. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, December 10, 1985: US04558333 (1277 worldwide citation)

A liquid jet recording head comprises a discharging orifice for forming flying droplets by discharging a liquid; a liquid pathway having a bent portion, an energy acting portion forming at least a part of said liquid pathway where the liquid filling the internal portion thereof is subjected to energ ...


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Yoshiaki Shirato, Yasushi Takatori, Toshitami Hara, Yukuo Nishimura, Michiko Takahashi: Ink jet recording method. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, August 17, 1982: US04345262 (1273 worldwide citation)

An ink jet recording method which comprises contacting or bringing closer an electro-thermal transducer with or to a recording liquid in an operating chamber having a discharge orifice, introducing into the electrothermal transducer an input pulse signal with its pulse width being in a range of from ...


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Toshitami Hara: Liquid jet recording process and liquid jet recording head. Canon Kabushiki Kaisha, Fitzpatrick Cella Harper & Scinto, January 26, 1982: US04313124 (1232 worldwide citation)

A liquid jet recording process and liquid jet recording head are driven by heat energy generated by an electrothermal transducer. The operating conditions as to heating and others are disclosed and further desirable dimensions of the electrothermal transducer are determined by referring to various c ...



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