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Erwin Meinders
Maria Peter, Erwin Rinaldo Meinders: Method for forming a multi-level surface on a substrate with areas of different wettability and a semiconductor device having the same. Nederlandse Organisatie voor toegepast—natuurwetenschappelijk onderzoek TNO, Waddey & Patterson P C, James R Cartiglia, November 25, 2014: US08895438 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to a method 10 for forming a multi-level surface on a substrate 2, wherein said surface comprises areas of different wettability, the method comprising the step (A, B) of applying a multi-level stamp to the substrate for forming the multi-level surface, said multi-level stamp h ...


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Jing Wen Tzeng: Thermal management system. James R Cartiglia, Waddey & Patterson P C, November 19, 2002: US06482520 (89 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a system for managing the heat from a heat source like an electronic component. More particularly, the present invention relates to a system effective for dissipating the heat generated by an electronic component using a thermal management system that includes a ther ...


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F Gene Funderburk, E C Culbertson, Robert G Posey: Polyester film coated with metal adhesion promoting copolyester. American Hoechst Corporation, James R Cartiglia, January 15, 1985: US04493872 (65 worldwide citation)

A coated, oriented plastic film material is provided wherein the coating is applied in an aqueous medium comprising a water dispersible copolyester consisting essentially of the condensation product of components A, B, C and D or their polyester forming equivalents as follows:


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Daniel W Krassowski, Gary G Chen: Heat dissipating component using high conducting inserts. Advanced Energy Technology, James R Cartiglia, Waddey & Patterson, July 6, 2004: US06758263 (61 worldwide citation)

A thermal management system provides a heat dissipating component using a high thermal conductivity insert. The heat dissipating component may be a spreader or heat sink, and includes a planar graphite member having high thermal conductivity along the plane of the member and having a relatively low ...


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Martin D Smalc: Method for making finned heat sink assemblies. Advanced Energy Technology, Waddey & Patterson, James R Cartiglia, May 3, 2005: US06886249 (59 worldwide citation)

A construction is provided for a finned heat sink constructed from a plurality of components separately formed from graphite materials. The components include a base and a plurality of fins. In one embodiment, the base is constructed from a first graphite material, and a plurality of elongated fins ...


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Robert A Reynolds III: Method of making composite electrode and current collectors. Advanced Energy Technology, James R Cartiglia, Waddey & Patterson, December 14, 2004: US06830595 (59 worldwide citation)

Composite electrode/current collectors for capacitors, e.g., a flow-through capacitor or electric double layer capacitor are disclosed. Also disclosed are methods for making a composite electrode/current collectors and capacitors having at least one composite electrode/current collector.


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George Getz Jr, Thomas W Burkett: Heat sink made from longer and shorter graphite sheets. Advanced Energy Technology, James R Cartiglia, Waddey & Patterson, August 3, 2004: US06771502 (55 worldwide citation)

A heat sink apparatus is constructed from alternating longer and shorter sheets of graphite material sandwiched together such that the longer sheets extend beyond the shorter sheets to define fins. The directions of higher thermal conductivity of the anisotropic graphite material are oriented in the ...


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Kenneth F Uffenheimer: Automated analytical system. Technicon Instruments Corporation, James R Cartiglia, December 16, 1986: US04629703 (52 worldwide citation)

A discrete-type analytical system comprising a cuvette tray which is adapted for bidirectional rotation, so as to ensure accurate repositioning of individual reaction cuvettes at one or more treatment stations.


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Robert G Posey, Edwin C Culbertson: Copolyester primed polyester film. American Hoechst Corporation, Michael J Tully, James R Cartiglia, October 9, 1984: US04476189 (47 worldwide citation)

A primer coated, oriented polyester film material is provided wherein the primer is applied in an aqueous medium comprising a water dispersible copolyester consisting essentially of the condensation product of components A, B, C, and D or their polyester forming equivalents as follows: