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Guoping Mao, Shichun Qu, Fuming B Li, Robert S Clough, Nelson B O Bryan: Dielectric composite material. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Melanie G Gover, January 16, 2007: US07164197 (36 worldwide citation)

A dielectric composite material containing a toughened benzocyclobutene resin and at least about 50% by weight of an inorganic filler. Also electronic packages having at least one conductive layer and at least one layer of the dielectric composite material. The dielectric composite material can have ...


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Timothy J Hebrink, Martin E Denker, Bert T Chien, Matthew B Johnson, Richard J Thompson, Kristopher J Derks, William W Merrill, Fuming B Li: Modified copolyesters and optical films including modified copolyesters. 3M Innovative Properties Company, March 18, 2008: US07345137 (11 worldwide citation)

Modified copolyesters having relatively low refractive indices and relatively high glass transition temperatures are disclosed. These modified copolyesters can be used in forming one or more layers in an optical film, such as a multilayer polymer film.


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John M Sebastian, Marvin E Jones, Fuming B Li, Shih Hung Chou, Nathan E Schultz, Justin L Keough, Rahul R Shah, Daniel A Japuntich: Method of making electret articles based on zeta potential. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Karl G Hanson, August 3, 2010: US07765698 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of making an electret article, from a polymeric article that has a zeta potential of greater than or less than −7.5 millivolts. The article is charged by contacting it with an aqueous liquid that has a pH and conductivity as follows: (i) if the article has a zeta potential of −7.5 mV or les ...


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Jiaying Ma, David J Aastuen, Charles L Bruzzone, William W Merrill, Timothy J Hebrink, Harry E Johnson, Fuming B Li: Projection apparatus. 3M Innovative Properties Company, George W Jonas, August 28, 2007: US07261418 (5 worldwide citation)

A projection engine uses a first polarizing beam splitter (PBS) that substantially reflects light incident along a first input direction in a first polarization state and substantially transmits light incident in the first input direction in a second polarization state orthogonal to the first polari ...


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Fuming B Li, Feng Bai, John M Sebastian, Marvin E Jones: Electret webs with charge-enhancing additives. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jeffrey M Olofson, December 24, 2013: US08613795 (2 worldwide citation)

Electret webs are presented which include a blend of a thermoplastic resin and a charge-enhancing additive. The charge-enhancing additives include N-substituted amino carbocyclic aromatic materials. The webs prepared from the blends may be in the form of films or non-woven fibrous webs. Non-woven mi ...


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John M Sebastian, Fuming B Li, Marvin E Jones, Luke T Dressel, Daniel A Japuntich: Electret webs with charge-enhancing additives. 3M Innovative Properties Comany, Jeffrey M Olotson, September 10, 2013: US08529671 (2 worldwide citation)

Electret webs are presented which include a blend of a thermoplastic resin and a charge additive. The charge additives include ester-substituted and amide-substituted trianilino triazine materials. The webs prepared from the blends may be in the form of films or non-woven fibrous webs. Non-woven mic ...


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Fuming B Li, John M Sebastian, Marvin E Jones, Daniel A Japuntich: Electret webs with charge-enhancing additives. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jeffrey M Olofson, July 29, 2014: US08790449 (2 worldwide citation)

Electret webs are presented which include a blend of a thermoplastic resin and a charge-enhancing additive. The charge-enhancing additives include a heterocyclic imide material which is free of fluorinated groups. The webs prepared from the blends may be in the form of films or non-woven fibrous web ...


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Fuming B Li, John M Sebastian, Marvin E Jones, John M Brandner, David A Olson, Justin L Keough: Processing aids for olefinic webs, including electret webs. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jeffrey M Olofson, March 15, 2016: US09284669

Methods of preparing polymeric webs include hot melt blending of thermoplastic resins and processing aids. The process aids include hindered amine N-substituted succinimide oligomers. The webs prepared from the blends may be in the form of films or non-woven fibrous webs. Non-woven microfiber webs a ...


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Nathan E Schultz, Fuming B Li, John M Sebastian: Electret webs with charge-enhancing additives. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jeffrey M Olofson, November 14, 2017: US09815068

Electret webs include a thermoplastic resin and a charge-enhancing additive. The charge-enhancing additive is a divalent metal-containing substituted-mercaptobenzimidazolate salt. The electret webs may be a non-woven fibrous web or a film. The electret webs are suitable for use as filter media.


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Nathan E Schultz, Fuming B Li, John M Sebastian: Electret webs with charge-enhancing additives. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jeffrey M Olofson, November 14, 2017: US09815067

Electret webs include a thermoplastic resin and a charge-enhancing additive. The charge-enhancing additive is an arylamino-substituted benzoic acid or an arylamino-substituted benzoic acid salt. The electret webs may be a non-woven fibrous web or a film. The electret webs are suitable for use as fil ...