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Larry Guilbault
Lawrence James Guilbault, Willie Lau, Mark Peter Degrandpre: Polymer-modified asphalt. Rohm And Haas Company, October 2, 2003: US20030187104-A1

A polymer-modified asphalt comprising from 0.5% to 10% of a comb copolymer comprising a backbone and at least one graft segment.


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Eugene Fitzgerald
Eugene A Fitzgerald: Heterointegration of materials using deposition and bonding. AmberWave Systems Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, October 2, 2003: US20030186073-A1

A semiconductor structure including a first substrate, and an epitaxial layer bonded to the substrate. The epitaxial layer has a threading dislocation density of less than 107cm2 and an in-plane lattice constant that is different from that of the first substrate and a second substrate on which the e ...


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Karen Buechler
Alan W Weimer, Jaimee K Dahl, Allan A Lewandowski, Carl Bingham, Karen J Raska Buechler, Willy Grothe: Solar-thermal fluid-wall reaction processing. Greenlee Winner And Sullivan P C, October 2, 2003: US20030182861-A1

The present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal dissociation reactions requiring rapid-heating and short residence times using solar energy. In particular, the present invention provides a method for carrying out high temperature thermal reactions such as dissociati ...


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Steven Jobs
Bas Ording, Steven P Jobs: Dynamically changing appearances for user interface elements during drag-and-drop operations. James A LaBarre, Burns Doane Swecker & Mathis, October 2, 2003: US20030184587-A1

A user interface includes elements whose appearance dynamically changes in dependence upon functions associated with the elements. In the case of an icon that is the destination for a drag-and-drop operation, the image displayed for the icon changes in accordance with the object being dragged to it, ...


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Sensui Akira, Yamazaki Kota: Touch pad device. Polymatech, October 2, 2003: JP2003-280807 (52 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a touch pad device capable of easily performing an accurate coordinate operation.SOLUTION: A direction angle and speed corresponding to an operation origin Pc are set at detectable operating point coordinates. When the coordinates of one operating point is detected, ...


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Takashima Koichiro, Azuma Hiroshi, Tabe Yoshikatsu, Uchida Tsuyoshi: Information input device and electronic equipment using the same. Sony, Omron, October 2, 2003: JP2003-280799 (34 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To generate a click sensation in rotationally operating a rotation body, without contact between the rotating body side and the fixed side in a multifunctional switch (an information input device) for detecting the rotation of the rotation body by the output change of a Hall el ...


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Tamaoki Hiroto, Kameshima Masatoshi: Nitride phosphor and its manufacturing method. Nichia Chem, October 2, 2003: JP2003-277746 (29 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a white-emitting phosphor excellent in light-emitting characteristics, and to provide a phosphor exhibiting light-emitting characteristics featured in high luminance in a extremely high yield.SOLUTION: The method for manufacturing a nitride phosphor comprising as an ...


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Matsunoshita Junichi: Image reader and copying machine. Fuji Xerox, October 2, 2003: JP2003-280469 (27 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To prevent unpermitted copying when an image reader reads a contidential document.SOLUTION: An image to be read is one in which pattern images are arranged so that control information for inhibiting a copying operation or cancelling the inhibition can be represented. A copy inh ...


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Harada Toru, Iwanaga Hiroshi: Ink, inkjet printing method and azo compound. Fuji Photo Film, October 2, 2003: JP2003-277662 (25 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To obtain an ink having good hue and capable of forming printed images of high fastness under various service conditions and environmental conditions.SOLUTION: The ink contains at least one kind of dye of formula (1) (wherein, R1, R2 and R3 are each H or a monovalent group, at ...


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Komori Masao, Tanda Tetsuo: Toner replenishment device and toner container. Kyocera, October 2, 2003: JP2003-280344 (22 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To reduce scatter of a toner.SOLUTION: A toner replenishment device includes: a developing device 100 including a developing container 100A with a receiving opening 108; and a toner container 200 which has a replenishment opening shutter 217 and a screw member 230 and can be lo ...



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