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Komori Masaki, Yamamoto Toshihiro, Kai Takahiro, Sawada Yuichi: Compound of light-emitting layer and organic electroluminescent device. Nippon Steel Chem, October 4, 2007: JP2007-254297 (235 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic EL (electroluminescent) device improving the emission efficiency of the device, sufficiently ensuring driving stability and having simple constitution.SOLUTION: The organic EL device has a light-emitting layer between an anode and a cathode laminated onto ...


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Yamamoto Toshihiro, Kai Takahiro, Komori Masaki, Miyazaki Hiroshi: (Ja) 有機金属錯体及びこれを用いた有機電界発光素子, (En) Organic metal complex and organic electroluminescent device using same. Nippon Steel Chemical, Yamamoto Toshihiro, Kai Takahiro, Komori Masaki, Miyazaki Hiroshi, NARUSE Katsuo, December 14, 2006: WO/2006/132173 (229 worldwide citation)

(EN) Disclosed is an organic electroluminescent device (organic EL device) having an improved luminous efficiency, an adequate driving stability and a simple structure. Also disclosed is an organic metal complex suitable for such an organic electroluminescent device. Specifically disclosed is an org ...


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Yoshitake Osamu, Miyazaki Hiroshi, Saikawa Shinya, Yamada Yu: (Ja) 有機電界発光素子, (En) Organic electroluminescent element. Nippon Steel Chemical, Yoshitake Osamu, Miyazaki Hiroshi, Saikawa Shinya, Yamada Yu, NARUSE Katsuo, December 9, 2004: WO/2004/107822 (214 worldwide citation)

(EN) An organic electroluminescent element comprising a substrate and, superimposed thereon, a positive electrode, an organic layer and a negative electrode, wherein at least one organic layer is a luminescent layer containing a host agent and a doping agent and wherein an azole compound having an o ...


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Fukumatsu Noriyuki, Miyazaki Hiroshi: Organic electroluminescent element. Nippon Steel Chem, January 13, 2005: JP2005-011610 (213 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an organic electroluminescent element (organic EL element) which has improved luminous efficiency, fully ensures drive stability, and moreover has a simple constitution, while utilizing emission of phosphorescence.SOLUTION: In the organic EL element, a positive elect ...


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Hirohiko Izumi: Process for forming a thin metal film by chemical vapor deposition. Nippon Steel Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, April 26, 1994: US05306666 (183 worldwide citation)

When a thin metal film is formed on a substrate at a constant substrate temperature by chemical vapor deposition while alternately and discontinuously introducing a raw material gas and a reducing gas onto the substrate, reducing the raw material gas with the reducing gas on the substrate, thereby c ...


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Kikuzo Sawada, Toshio Wada: Non-volatile semiconductor memory device capable of storing multi-value data in each memory cell. Nippon Steel Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, May 2, 1995: US05412601 (152 worldwide citation)

An electrically erasable non-volatile semiconductor memory device comprising a plurality of row lines and column lines, a plurality of memory cells connected in a matrix to the plurality of row lines and column lines, a selection circuit for selecting a desired one of the plurality of memory cells, ...


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Yoshifumi Sakai, Yoshitaka Ikeda: Method and apparatus for recognizing hand-written characters using a weighting dictionary. Nippon Steel Corporation, Law Offices Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, September 22, 1998: US05812697 (149 worldwide citation)

A method of recognizing handwritten characters. A recognition dictionary is prepared including a plurality of characters and corresponding character clusters. A weighting dictionary is prepared including weighting clusters and corresponding object characters. All segmentation position candidates are ...


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Hazama Katsuki: Disk-shaped storage medium and its accommodation case. Nippon Steel, January 21, 2000: JP2000-021128 (123 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To easily and securely grasping the sales condition of a product (a disk-shaped storage medium) and the product management such as antitheft without troubling a person, and, furthermore, to transfer various information for guaranteeing not only the information on the product ma ...


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Yugo Tomioka, Shoichi Iwasa, Yasuo Sato, Toshio Wada, Kenji Anzai: Electrically alterable n-bit per cell non-volatile memory with reference cells. Nippon Steel Corporation, Pollock Vande Sande & Priddy, January 21, 1997: US05596527 (120 worldwide citation)

An electrically alterable non-volatile memory having a memory cell array including a plurality of memory cells, each memory cell including a transistor having a selected one of a plurality of different threshold voltages; a reference cell array including at least one set of reference cells, each ref ...


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Takekuma Toshiya, Muranaka Masanobu, Nakamuta Tetsuya, Saito Yuko, Shibazaki Takikazu: Commodity exchanging apparatus, commodity exchanging system, commodity exchanging method and storage medium. Nippon Steel, January 10, 2001: EP1067471-A1 (119 worldwide citation)

By allowing each of terminal devices of sellers and buyers and a host to intercommunicate with each other, it is made to be possible to execute processing of a cross dealing by pre-engagement based on buying information issued by the buyers, to execute processing of a cross dealing by pre-engagement ...