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Erwin Meinders
Lankhorst Martijn H R, Meinders Erwin R, Wolters Robertus A M, Widdershoven Franciscus P: Electric device with phase change material and parallel heater. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Lankhorst Martijn H R, Meinders Erwin R, Wolters Robertus A M, Widdershoven Franciscus P, DUIJVESTIJN Adrianus J, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/057676 (12 worldwide citation)

The electric device (1, 100) has a body (2, 102) having a resistor (7, 107) comprising a phase change material being changeable between a first phase and a second phase. The resistor (7, 107) has a first electrical resistance when the phase change material is in the first phase and a second electric ...


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Erwin Meinders
Lankhorst Martijn H R, Widdershoven Franciscus P, Wolters Robertus A M, Ketelaars Wilhelmus S M M, Meinders Erwin R: Electric device comprising a layer of phase change material and method of manufacturing the same. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Lankhorst Martijn H R, Widdershoven Franciscus P, Wolters Robertus A M, Ketelaars Wilhelmus S M M, Meinders Erwin R, DUIJVESTIJN Adrianus J, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/057618 (4 worldwide citation)

The electric device (100) has a body (102) having a resistor (107) comprising a phase change material being changeable between a first phase and a second phase. The resistor (107) has a first electrical resistance when the phase change material is in the first phase, and a second electrical resistan ...


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Xavier Baie
Doris Bruce B, Chidambarrao Dureseti, Baie Xavier, Mandelman Jack A, Sadana Devendra K, Schepis Dominic J: (fet) Having stress channel and its manufacturing method. Internatl Business Mach Corp &Lt IBM&Gt, July 8, 2004: JP2004-193596 (2 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a field-effect transistor whose charge carrier mobility increases by the stress of an electric current channel 22.SOLUTION: The direction of the stress is that in which a current flows (vertical direction). For a PFET device, the stress is compressive stress, while t ...


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Klaus Hafemann
Klaus Hafemann: Styling and curling hairbrush. Rick Martin, Patent Law Offices Of Rick Martin PC, July 8, 2004: US20040129289-A1

A styling and curling hairbrush 1 having an elongated tubular body 6 with an interior hollow volume along the longitudinal extent to forming air channel 7. A hot air stream 17 enters the open end of body 6. Body 6 has air exit openings 9 connecting the air channel 7 with the outer shell surface of t ...


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Charles Szmanda
Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Lujia Bu: Process for selecting solvents for forming films of ferroelectric polymers. Shipley Company, Edwards & Angell, July 8, 2004: US20040131862-A1

Disclosed herein is a process of forming a ferroelectric polymer film from a solution, wherein the solvent composition is selected so as to adjust the properties of the film. Films formed by this method have improved properties, particularly with respect to roughness and crystal domain size.


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Dana Gronbeck
Dana A Gronbeck, Michael K Gallagher, Jeffrey M Calvert, Timothy G Adams: Electronic device manufacture. Shipley Company, Edwards & Angell, July 8, 2004: US20040130032-A1

A method for manufacturing electronic devices using multiple layers of pre-porous dielectric materials that are made porous subsequent to etching and metal filling of apertures is provided. The pre-porous layers may be made porous sequentially or during a single processing step. Such pre-porous diel ...


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Van, Santen Helmar, Neijzen Jacobus H M: Method and device for irradiating spots on a layer. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Van, Santen Helmar, Neijzen Jacobus H M, DEGUELLE Wilhelmus H G, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/057590 (719 worldwide citation)

For irradiating a layer a radiation beam is directed and focussed to a spot on the layer, relative movement of the layer relative to the optical element is caused so that, successively, different portions of the layer are irradiated and an interspace between a surface of the optical element nearest ...


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Neijzen Jacobus H M, Van, Santen Helmar: Method and device for irradiating spots on a layer. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, Neijzen Jacobus H M, Van, Santen Helmar, DEGUELLE Wilhelmus H G, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/057589 (669 worldwide citation)

For irradiating a layer a radiation beam is directed and focussed to a spot on the layer, relative movement of the layer relative to the lens is caused so that, successively, different portions of the layer are irradiated and an interspace between a surface of the lens nearest to the layer is mainta ...


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Hidaka Yasuhiro, Yamato Soichi, Uchikawa Kiyoshi: Exposing method and device manufacturing method. Nikon, July 8, 2004: JP2004-193252 (386 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an exposing method capable of effecting exposure treatment while preventing the outflow of liquid to the outside of a substrate upon exposing the edge region of the substrate by a immersion method.SOLUTION: At least one part between a projection optical system PL and ...


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Johnston Constance Elaine, Ryan Phillip Andrew, Mykleby Perry Robin: A surgical instrument. Gyrus Ent, Gyrus Medical, PRATT David Martin, July 8, 2004: WO/2004/056276 (336 worldwide citation)

A surgical instrument comprises a probe (3) including an elongate hollow outer member (14) having a cutting window (16) at its distal end portion. An elongate drive shaft (15) is disposed within the outer member (14) and is mounted for rotation about its longitudinal axis within the probe. A cutting ...