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Ronald R Petkie: Brazeable metallizations for diamond components. Morgan Chemical Products, Bruce D Gray, Kristin D Mallatt, Kilpatrick Stockton, March 11, 2003: US06531226 (10 worldwide citation)

A multilayer brazeable metallization structure for diamond components is described. The brazeable metallization finds particular application for the attachment of diamond components such as heat spreaders in electronic packages that incorporate high power semiconductor devices. In the present invent ...


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Leonard Joseph Mahoney, David Ward Brown, Rudolph Hugo Petrmichl: Method and apparatus for deposition of diamond-like carbon and silicon-doped diamond-like carbon coatings from a hall-current ion source. Morgan Chemical Products, Dean W Russell, Kilpatrick Stockton, January 7, 2003: US06504294 (8 worldwide citation)

A unique Hall-Current ion source apparatus is used for direct ion beam deposition of DLC coatings with hardness values greater than 10 GPa and at deposition rates greater than 10 Å per second. This ion source has a unique fluid-cooled anode with a shadowed gap through which ion sources feed ga ...


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Knapp Bradley J, Kimock Fred M, Finke Steven James: Substrat revetu resistant a labrasion, Abrasion wear resistant coated substrate product. Diamonex Incorporated, Morgan Chemical Products, MACRAE & CO, February 17, 1994: CA2141536 (6 worldwide citation)

The coated substrate product finds particular application in eyeglass and sunglass lenses, architectural glass, analytical instrument windows, automotive windshields and laser bar code scanners for use in retail stores and supermarkets. The product has greatly improved wear resistance for severe abr ...


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Ronald Petkie: Methods for preparing brazeable metallizations for diamond components. Morgan Chemical Products, Bruce D Gray, Dean W Russell, Kilpatrick Stockton, December 14, 2004: US06830780 (3 worldwide citation)

A multilayer brazeable metallization structure for diamond components and method for producing it are described. The brazeable metallization finds particular application for the attachment of diamond components such as heat spreaders in electronic packages that incorporate high power semiconductor d ...


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Ronald R Petkie: Thick film paste systems for circuits on diamond substrates. Morgan Chemical Products, Dean W Russell, Bruce D Gray, Kilpatrick Stockton, April 20, 2004: US06723420 (2 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the nature of thick film compositions that are specifically designed for the fabrication of circuit elements on diamond substrates, especially resistive elements. The nature of diamond sheet material requires special consideration because of its relatively low coefficient o ...


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Petkie Ronald R: Brazeable matallizations for diamond components. Morgan Chemical Products, June 23, 2004: EP1430007-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A multilayer brazeable metallization structure for diamond components and method for producing it are described. The brazeable metallization finds particular application for the attachment of diamond components such as heat spreaders in electronic packages that incorporate high power semiconductor d ...


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Kimock Fred M, Knapp Bradley J, Finke Steven James: Substrat resistant a lusure abrasive, Abrasion wear resistant coated substrate product. Diamonex Incorporated, Morgan Chemical Products, MACRAE & CO, April 16, 1992: CA2090109

The coated substrate product finds particular application in eyeglass and sunglass lenses, architectural glass, analytical instrument windows, automotive windshields and laser bar code scanners for use in retail stores and supermarkets. The productcomprises a substantially optically transparent subs ...


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Petrmichl Rudolph Hugo, Knapp Bradley J, Kimock Fred M, Daniels Brian Kenneth: Revetements souples hautement resistants a labrasion, pour substrats mous, Highly abrasion-resistant, flexible coatings for soft substrates. Diamonex A Unit Of Monsanto Company, Morgan Chemical Products, MACRAE & CO, September 14, 1995: CA2184736

An abrasion wear resistant coated substrate product is described comprising a substrate and an abrasion wear resistant coating material comprisisng carbon, hydrogen, silicon, and oxygen. The abrasion wear resistant coating material has the properties of Nanoindentation hardness in the range of about ...


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Knapp Bradley J, Kimock Fred M, Petrmichl Rudolph Hugo, Galvin Norman Donald: Procede a faisceau dions pour le depot de revetements hautement resistants a labrasion, Ion beam process for deposition of highly abrasion-resistant coatings. Diamonex A Unit Of Monsanto Company, Morgan Chemical Products, MACRAE & CO, September 8, 1995: CA2184738

An ion beam deposition method is provided for manufacturing a coated sub-strate with improved abrasion resistance, and improved lifetime. The substrate is first chemically cleaned to remove con-taminants. Secondly, the substrate is in-serted into a vacuum chamber (1) on holder (3), and the air there ...