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Belgacem Haba Belgacem (Bel) Haba
Belgacem Haba: Microelectronic packaging methods and components. Lerner David Littenberg Krumholz & Mentlik, June 20, 2002: US20020074081-A1

A sheet including lead regions with conductors and a main region surrounding the lead regions is formed on the front surface of a microelectronic element such as a wafer, or assembled thereto, so that the conductors are connected to contacts on the microelectronic element. After the sheet is in plac ...


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Alt Ofer, Rapoport Simon, Shamir Oren, Knyazhansky Ilya: Method and interface for intelligent user-machine interaction. Poly Information, Alt Ofer, Rapoport Simon, Shamir Oren, Knyazhansky Ilya, LUZZATTO Kfir, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/049253 (18 worldwide citation)

A method for allowing interaction between a user and a computerized system (202) by using human natural language and/or textual data exchange. A conversation domain consisting of a plurality of phrases having valid logical meaning is generated. Each phrase corresponds to an aspect of the operation o ...


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Amarasinghe Amal: Headgear. Resmed, Amarasinghe Amal, DAVIDSON Geoffrey Robert, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/047749 (9 worldwide citation)

A headgear for securing and positioning a mask suitable for the treatment of sleep disordered breathing is constructed from a composite including polyurethane foam. It includes a back portion (40) with upper and lower straps (20, 30) connected to the back portion. The straps have relatively narrow s ...


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Besemer Arie Cornelis, Van, Brussel Verraest Dorine Lisa: High molecular weight oxidised cellulose. Sca Hygiene Products Zeist, Besemer Arie Cornelis, Van, Brussel Verraest Dorine Lisa, JORRITSMA Ruurd, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/048196 (8 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to a process for producing oxidised cellulose having a high molecular weight, by pre-treating cellulose in a non-alkaline solvent for cellulose so as to lower its crystallinity, and then oxidising it using an oxidising system predominantly oxidising the 6-hydroxymethyl groups ...


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Bragd Petter, Besemer Arie Cornelis: Process for oxidising primary alcohols. Sca Hygiene Products Zeist, Bragd Petter, Besemer Arie Cornelis, JORRITSMA Ruurd, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/048197 (8 worldwide citation)

Primary hydroxyl groups in a substrate having both primary and secondary hydroxyl groups can be selectively oxidised to carbaldehyde and/or carboxyl groups by contacting the substrate with a cyclic nitroxyl compound in the presence of a peroxosulfate as a co-oxidant and by carrying out the reaction ...


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Tony P Chiang, Karl F Leeser, Jeffrey A Brown, Jason E Babcoke: Process sequence for atomic layer deposition. Brian D Ogonowsky, SKJERVEN MORRILL MacPherson, June 20, 2002: US20020076507-A1 (7 worldwide citation)

An atomic layer deposition (ALD) process is based upon the sequential supply of at least two separate reactants into a process chamber. A first reactant reacts (becomes adsorbed) with the surface of the substrate via chemisorption. The first reactant gas is removed from the chamber, and a second rea ...


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Allen Charles, Sartor Joe: Electrosurgical electrode shroud. Sherwood Services, Allen Charles, Sartor Joe, DENNINGER Douglas, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/047568 (6 worldwide citation)

An electrosurgical electrode shroud including a hollow substantially cylindrical member having a first end portion and a second end portion; the first end portion defining an opening which is configured and dimensioned to receive an electrosurgical electrode assembly therein; the second end portion ...


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Tony P Chiang, Karl F Leeser, Jeffrey A Brown, Jason E Babcoke: Varying conductance out of a process region to control gas flux in an ALD reactor. Brian D Ogonowsky, Skjerven Morrill MacPherson, June 20, 2002: US20020076508-A1 (5 worldwide citation)

A deposition system includes a process chamber for conducting an ALD process to deposit layers on a substrate. In one embodiment, instead of varying the gas flux on a substrate in the chamber by controlling the flow of gas upstream of the process chamber, the gas flux on the substrate is controlled ...


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Lieber Charles M, Park Hongkun, Wei Qingqiao, Cui Yi, Liang Wenjie: Nanosensors. President And Fellows Of Harvard College, OYER Timothy J, June 20, 2002: WO/2002/048701 (5 worldwide citation)

Electrical devices comprised of nanowires are described, along with methods of their manufacture and use. The nanowires can be nanotubes and nanowires. The surface of the nanowires may be selectively functionalized. Nanodetector devices are described.