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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Anthony E Pullen, Jianna Wang, Robert W Zehner, Caprice L Gray, Gregg M Duthaler, Michael McCreary, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 25, 2003: US06538801 (333 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Charles H Honeyman, Elizabeth A Moran, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini Jr: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, November 23, 2004: US06822782 (247 worldwide citation)

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 percent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged or ...


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Anthony Edward Pullen, Ian D Morrison, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays containing magnetic particles. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, March 22, 2005: US06870661 (194 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic medium comprises a plurality of one or more types of particles suspended in a suspending fluid. The particles include at least one electrically charged, electrophoretically mobile particle capable of translating through the suspending fluid upon application of an electric field to ...


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Charles Howie Honeyman, Elizabeth Moran Gates, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini Jr: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, August 12, 2008: US07411720 (76 worldwide citation)

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 per cent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged o ...


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Joseph M Jacobson, Paul S Drzaic, Ian D Morrison, Anthony E Pullen, Jianna Wang, Robert W Zehner, Caprice L Gray, Gregg M Duthaler, Michael McCreary, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays using nanoparticles. David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, October 10, 2002: US20020145792-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

An electrophoretic display comprises a fluid and a plurality of nanoparticles having diameters substantially less the wavelengths of visible light such that, when the nanoparticles are in a dispersed state and uniformly dispersed throughout the fluid, the fluid presents a first optical characteristi ...


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Charles H Honeyman, Elizabeth A Moran, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, December 12, 2002: US20020185378-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 percent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged or ...


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Charles H Honeyman, Elizabeth A Moran, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, January 27, 2005: US20050018273-A1

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 per cent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged o ...


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Charles H Honeyman, Elizabeth A Moran, Libing Zhang, Anthony Edward Pullen, Emily J Pratt, Kimberly L Houde, Matthew A King, Craig A Herb, Richard J Paolini: Electrophoretic particles and processes for the production thereof. E Ink Corporation, David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, June 7, 2007: US20070128352-A1

In electrophoretic media, it is advantageous to use pigment particles having about 1 to 15 per cent by weight of a polymer chemically bonded to, or cross-linked around, the pigment particles. The polymer desirably has a branched chain structure with side chains extending from a main chain. Charged o ...


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Anthony Edward Pullen, Ian D Morrison, Emily J Pratt: Electrophoretic displays containing magnetic particles. David J Cole, E Ink Corporation, November 21, 2002: US20020171910-A1

An electrophoretic medium comprises a plurality of one or more types of particles suspended in a suspending fluid. The particles include at least one electrically charged, electrophoretically mobile particle capable of translating through the suspending fluid upon application of an electric field to ...