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Novak Thomas W, Hazelton Andrew J, Watson Douglas C: Environmental system including a transport region for an immersion lithography apparatus. Nikon Corporation, Novak Thomas W, Hazelton Andrew J, Watson Douglas C, COSTANTINO Mario A, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/092833 (572 worldwide citation)

An environmental system (26) for controlling an environment in a gap (246) between an optical assembly (16) and a device (30) includes a fluid barrier (254), an immersion fluid system (252), and a transport region (256). The fluid barrier (254) is positioned near the device (30) and maintains the tr ...


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Hazelton Andrew J, Kawai Hidemi, Watson Douglas C, Novak W Thomas: Cleanup method for optics in immersion lithography. Nikon Corporation, Hazelton Andrew J, Kawai Hidemi, Watson Douglas C, Novak W Thomas, COSTANTINO Mario A, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/093130 (561 worldwide citation)

An immersion lithography apparatus has a reticle stage (RST) arranged to retain a reticle (R), a working stage (9) arranged to retain a workpiece (W), and an optical system including an illumination source (1) and an optical element (PL) opposite the workpiece for having an image pattern of the reti ...


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Novak W Thomas, Hazelton Andrew J, Watson Douglas C: Liquid jet and recovery system for immersion lithography. Nikon Corporation, Novak W Thomas, Hazelton Andrew J, Watson Douglas C, OLIFF PO BOX 19928 ALEXANDRIA VIRGINIA 22320 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/092830 (557 worldwide citation)

A liquid jet and recovery system for an immersion lithography apparatus (100) has arrays of nozzles arranged to have their openings located proximal to an exposure region through which an image pattern is projected on a workpiece (W) such as a wafer. These nozzles are each adapted to serve selective ...


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Novak Thomas W: Run-off path to collect liquid for an immersion lithography apparatus. Nikon Corporation, Novak Thomas W, COSTANTINO Mario A, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/093160 (552 worldwide citation)

An exposure apparatus (10) for transferring an image to a device (30) includes an optical assembly (16), an immersion fluid system (252), and a device stage assembly (20). The optical assembly (16) is positioned a gap (246) above the device (30). The immersion fluid system (252) fills the gap (246) ...


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Coon Derek, Hazelton Andrew J: Immersion lithography fluid control system. Nikon Corporation, Coon Derek, Hazelton Andrew J, COSTANTINO Mario A, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/093159 (541 worldwide citation)

A fluid control system for immersion lithography is formed with an optical member (4) such as a lens, a workpiece (W) such as a semiconductor wafer with a surface disposed opposite to the optical member with a gap in between, a fluid-supplying device (21) for providing an immersion fluid (7) such as ...


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Poux Christopher J, Fletcher Gary D, Mcbride Sterling E, Margicin John M, Zanzucchi Peter J, Aceti John G, Parsay Syrous, Mahoney Derek D: Body fluid sampling constructions and techniques. Rosedale Medical, Poux Christopher J, Fletcher Gary D, Mcbride Sterling E, Margicin John M, Zanzucchi Peter J, Aceti John G, Parsay Syrous, Mahoney Derek D, CUMMINGS Scott W, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/091693 (130 worldwide citation)

A device (1) operable to extract a sample of body fluid, the device (1) including at least one skin-penetration member (6), an actuator (4), a controller (5), and a housing mounting the at least one skin-penetration member (6) for extension from the device (1). Another device for extracting body flu ...


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Tsugawa Tetsuo, Sugio Yoshihiko, Suzuki Fumio: Antenna with a plurality of primary radiators. Abel Systems, October 28, 2004: JP2004-304659 (104 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To improve gain of antenna, by making the whole body compact and preventing interference of primary radiators arranged adjacently.SOLUTION: The antenna includes an electric wave convergence part 2 for converging an incident electric wave from different directions to a plurality ...


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Hinton Paul R, Tsurushita Naoya, Tso J Yun, Vasquez Maximiliano: Alteration of fcrn binding affinities or serum half-lives of antibodies by mutagenesis. Protein Design Labs, Hinton Paul R, Tsurushita Naoya, Tso J Yun, Vasquez Maximiliano, LIEBESCHUETZ Joe, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/092219 (75 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides for a modified antibody of class IgG, in which at least one amino acid from the heavy chain constant region selected from the group consisting of amino acid residues 250, 314, and 428 is substituted with another amino acid which is different from that present in the un ...


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Takahashi Isao, Ishigaki Masato, Akiyasu Hiroshi, Kikuchi Akihiro: Antenna coil and communication equipment. Sony, October 28, 2004: JP2004-304370 (75 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an antenna coil capable of more improving a communication range.SOLUTION: A sealing part 17 covers an antenna substrate 11 and a magnetic core member 12 while the flat plate-shaped magnetic core member 12 is laminated in parallel with the antenna substrate 11 with an ...


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Sridhar K R, Mcelroy James Frederick, Finn John E, Mitlitsky Fred, Gottmann Matthias: Co-production of hydrogen and electricity in a high temperature electrochemical system. Ion America Corporation, Sridhar K R, Mcelroy James Frederick, Finn John E, Mitlitsky Fred, Gottmann Matthias, WEGNER Harold C, October 28, 2004: WO/2004/093214 (65 worldwide citation)

A high temperature electrochemical system, such as a solid oxide fuel cell system, generates hydrogen and optionally electricity in a fuel cell mode. At least a part of the generated hydrogen is separated and stored or provided to a hydrogen using device. A solid oxide regenerative fuel cell system ...