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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer and method of manufacturing an intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, August 11, 2009: US07573637 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved method of forming an intrinsic polarizer, referred to as a K-type polarizer, includes stretching a polymeric film a first stretching step. The polymeric film comprises a hydroxylated linear polymer which is converted after the first stretching step to form dichroic, copolymer polyvinylen ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, January 5, 2010: US07643211 (1 worldwide citation)

An intrinsic polarizer, including a sheet of PVA-type matrix that includes vinylene polymer blocks, the sheet defining a pass polarization axis and a block polarization axis perpendicular to the pass polarization axis, light having an electrical vector parallel to the pass polarization axis being su ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Xuequn Hu, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Gerald N Nkwantah, Michael K Gerlach, James P DiZio, Gregg S Cannavo: Optical element having optical adhesive layer and polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, December 7, 2010: US07846541

An optical element includes a polarizer having oriented vinylene segments; a substrate; and an adhesive layer disposed between the polarizer and the substrate, the adhesive layer comprising aliphatic urethane(meth)acrylate oligomer, (meth)acryl monomer, silane, and crosslinker, the crosslinker compr ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, May 28, 2009: US20090135482-A1

An intrinsic polarizer, including a sheet of PVA-type matrix that includes vinylene polymer blocks, the sheet defining a pass polarization axis and a block polarization axis perpendicular to the pass polarization axis, light having an electrical vector parallel to the pass polarization axis being su ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Method of manufacturing an intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, May 28, 2009: US20090134535-A1

An improved method of forming an intrinsic polarizer, referred to as a K-type polarizer, includes stretching a polymeric film a first stretching step. The polymeric film comprises a hydroxylated linear polymer which is converted after the first stretching step to form dichroic, copolymer polyvinylen ...


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Nomura Yasuhiro, Sendai Yoshiiku, Nehashi Satoshi, Wakai Yoichi: Portable information equipment and information storage medium. Seiko Epson, June 16, 2000: JP2000-163031 (705 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an electronic book and a portable information equipment capable of realizing functions such as rotating, magnifying, reducing and scrolling of a map picture with a human interface having satisfactory operability and to provide an information storage medium to be used ...


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Tatsuya Shimoda, Satoshi Inoue, Wakao Miyazawa: Separating method, method for transferring thin film device, thin film device, thin film integrated circuit device, and liquid crystal display device manufactured by using the transferring method. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, April 16, 2002: US06372608 (471 worldwide citation)

A method for transferring a thin film device on a substrate onto a transfer member, includes a step for forming a separation layer on the substrate, a step for forming a transferred layer including the thin film device on the separation layer, a step for adhering the transferred layer including the ...


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Tatsuya Shimoda, Satoshi Inoue, Wakao Miyazawa: Exfoliating method, transferring method of thin film device, and thin film device, thin film integrated circuit device and liquid crystal display device produced by the same. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, November 11, 2003: US06645830 (336 worldwide citation)

A method for transferring a thin film device on a substrate onto a transfer member, includes a step for forming a separation layer on the substrate, a step for forming a transferred layer including the thin film device on the separation layer, a step for adhering the transferred layer including the ...


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Tatsuya Shimoda, Satoshi Inoue, Wakao Miyazawa: Exfoliating method, transferring method of thin film device, and thin film device, thin film integrated circuit device, and liquid crystal display device produced by the same. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, November 16, 2004: US06818530 (294 worldwide citation)

A transferring method including providing a substrate, forming a transferred layer over the substrate, joining a transfer member to the transferred layer, and removing the transferred layer from the substrate. The transferring method further includes transferring the transferred layer to the transfe ...


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Hajime Miyazaki, Masaaki Handa, Taisuke Uehara, Tsukasa Muranaka, Shinichi Kamisuki, Yasuto Nose: Two-valve thin plate micropump. Seiko Epson Corporation, W Douglas Carothers Jr, Gregory D Ogrod, December 15, 1992: US05171132 (281 worldwide citation)

A micropump particularly suited for use in the fields of medicine and analysis includes a thin membrane plate sandwiched between a surface plate and a glass-made substrate. The intermediate membrane has an inlet valve and an outlet valve and the glass substrate has an inlet port and an outlet port, ...



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