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Nathaniel Brese
Peter R Levey, Nathaniel E Brese, Neil D Brown, Stanley J Jasne: UV curable catalyst compositions. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, John J Piskorski, Rohm and Haas Electonic Material, July 13, 2006: US20060153990-A1

UV curable compositions and methods for depositing one or more metal or metal alloy films on substrates are disclosed. The UV curable compositions contain a catalyst, one or more carrier particles, one or more UV curing agents, and one or more water-soluble or water-dispersible organic compounds. Me ...


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Eb Eshun
Douglas D Coolbaugh, Ebenezer E Eshun, Terence B Hook, Robert M Rassel, Edmund J Sprogis, Anthony K Stamper, William J Murphy: Heat sink for integrated circuit devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Greenblum & Bernstein, July 13, 2006: US20060152333-A1

A resistor with heat sink is provided. The heat sink includes a conductive path having metal or other thermal conductor having a high thermal conductivity. To avoid shorting the electrical resistor to ground with the thermal conductor, a thin layer of high thermal conductivity electrical insulator i ...


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Erwin Meinders
Erwin Rinaldo Meinders, Ruud Vlutters: Method and apparatus for reading and recording information on a rewritable record carrier. Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, July 13, 2006: US20060153013-A1

The present invention relates to a method and a corresponding device for recording data in the form of marks and for erasing recorded marks in an information layer of a record carrier by irradiating the information layer by means of a pulsed radiation beam, a recorded mark being erased by a sequence ...


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Erwin Meinders
Erwin Rinaldo Meinders, Joachim Wilhelm Hellmig: Method and apparatus for recording marks on a write-once record carrier. Philips Intellectual Property & Standards, July 13, 2006: US20060153046-A1

The present invention relates to a method and a corresponding apparatus for recording marks representing data in an information layer of a write-once record carrier by irradiating the information layer by means of a radiation beam, wherein a mark is written by a write pulse (10) and said information ...


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Steven Jobs
Steve Jobs, Anthony M Fadell, Jonathan P Ive: Highly portable media device. Apple Computer, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, July 13, 2006: US20060155914-A1

An improved portable media device and methods for operating a media device are disclosed. According to one aspect, the portable media device can also function as a solid-state drive for data storage. The form factor of the portable media device can be hand-held or smaller, such that it is highly por ...


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Steven Jobs
David Heller, Jeffrey L Robbin, Steven P Jobs, Timothy Wasko, Jeff Miller: Media management for groups of media items. Apple Computer, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, July 13, 2006: US20060156236-A1

Improved techniques to utilize and manage a group of media items (or media assets) on a computing device are disclosed. The group of media items can be utilized and managed at a host computer for the host computer as well as a media device (e.g., media player) that can couple to the host computer. O ...


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Steven Jobs
Steven P Jobs, Jeffrey L Robbin, David Heller: Persistent group of media items for a media device. Apple Computer, Beyer Weaver & Thomas, July 13, 2006: US20060156239-A1

Improved techniques to utilize and manage a group of media items (or media assets) on a computing device are disclosed. The group of media items can be utilized and managed at a host computer for the host computer as well as a media device (e.g., media player) that can couple to the host computer. O ...


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Tammy Balzar
Sara Marie Etheridge, David Lewis Myers, Daphne Lynn VanBuren, Kathy Geralyn Richardson, Tammy Jo Balzar: Lint-reducing container. Kimberly Clark Worldwide, July 13, 2006: US20060151516-A1

An electrostatically charged polymeric material, such as a polyolefin non-woven web, can be used in conjunction with a container, such as a tissue carton, for example, to attract lint and reduce the amount of lint that is deposited on the surface area surrounding the carton when the tissues are disp ...


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Tanaka Nobumasa: Vapor phase deposition device and manufacturing method of film-formed substrate. Sharp, July 13, 2006: JP2006-186271 (72 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To form a thin film of uniform thickness and quality efficiently on a substrate without increase in material cost and size in a vapor phase deposition device.SOLUTION: The vapor deposition device comprises a reactive tube 4 in which material gas passes, and a substrate holder 6 ...