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Taylor Gary Newton, White Donald Lawrence: Guest-host liquid crystal device. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, Canepa L C, September 3, 1974: US3833287 (79 worldwide citation)

A pleochroic material is dissolved in a helically ordered liquid crystal mixture to form a thin film which selectively absorbs unpolarized incident light. In the absence of an electric field through the film, virtually all of the unpolarized light is absorbed by the film, even without the use of an ...


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Judith Ann Prybyla, Gary Newton Taylor: Device fabrication involving planarization. Lucent Technologies, Richard J Botos, April 7, 1998: US05736424 (73 worldwide citation)

Planarization of geometrically difficult semiconductor device surfaces is accomplished utilizing a coating technique in which on an object with a flat surface is used to planarize the coating material. In particular, device processing is accomplished by including a step that produces a planar surfac ...


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Edwin Arthur Chandross, Omkaram Nalamasu, Elsa Reichmanis, Gary Newton Taylor, Larry Flack Thompson: Process for fabricating a device. Lucent Technologies, Bruce S Schneider, May 12, 1998: US05750312 (42 worldwide citation)

It has been found that surface reactions with basic materials such as amines found in the processing environment during lithographic processing contribute to a loss of linewidth control for resists such as chemically amplified resists. This loss in linewidth results from the reaction of the acid gen ...


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Prybyla Judith Ann, Taylor Gary Newton: Device fabrication involving planarization.. At & T, November 22, 1995: EP0683511-A2 (32 worldwide citation)

Planarization of geometrically difficult semiconductor device surfaces is accomplished utilizing a coating technique in which on an object with a flat surface is used to planarize the coating material. In particular, device processing is accomplished by including a step that produces a planar surfac ...


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Stillwagon Larry Edward, Taylor Gary Newton, Venkatesan Thirumalai Nallan C, Wolf Thomas Michael: Method of making articles using gas functionalized plasma developed layer.. American Telephone & Telegraph, April 3, 1985: EP0136130-A2 (29 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns a method of making articles by the use of a resist comprising an organic layer, developed by a plasma atmosphere, for pattern delineation. The resist is formed by sorption of an inorganic containing gas (MR) into an organic material. The development of the resist occurs by ex ...


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Gary Newton Taylor: Negative resist for X-ray and electron beam lithography and method of using same. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, George S Indig, December 6, 1977: US04061829 (23 worldwide citation)

A class of chlorinated or brominated polymeric negative resists for high resolution X-ray or electron lithographic processes is described. Chlorine and bromine atoms have a generally high mass absorption coefficient for X-rays and can be incorporated into the polymer in high weight percents. The chl ...


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Chandross Edwin Arthur, Hartless Ray Lawson, Yiu Cho Lai Warren, Larson Ronald Gary, Reutlinger George William, Schutz Ronald Joseph, Stillwagon Larry Edward, Taylor Gary Newton: Device fabrication involving planarization.. American Telephone & Telegraph, October 5, 1988: EP0285245-A1 (18 worldwide citation)

Planarization of geometrically difficult device surfaces is accomplished utilizing a coating technique relying on relatively low viscosity materials. In particular, device processing is accomplished by including a step that produces a planar surface by coating a nonplanar surface with a material tha ...


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Frederic Jay Kahn, Gary Newton Taylor: Doped liquid crystal display device. Bell Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, George S Indig, Peter V D Wilde, November 22, 1977: US04059340 (8 worldwide citation)

The use of dopants enhances optical contrast and range of writing speeds in liquid crystal display devices. Such dopants are characterized by greater solubility in the isotropic phase than in the liquid-crystalline phase of a liquid crystal material.


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Brian Gallagher, Bryan M McLaughlin, Michael L Parisian, Anthony Lumbis, Gary Newton: Trainline integrity locomotive test device. New York Air Brake Corporation, Barnes & Thornburg, February 14, 2012: US08115493 (6 worldwide citation)

A trainline integrity locomotive test device is provided that is configured to provide conventionally provided End-Of-Train (EOT) functionality required for a single locomotive test as well as functionality necessary for troubleshooting electrical problems in trainline electrical conductors, wherein ...


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Andrew E Feiring, Jerald Feldman, Frank L Schadt III, Gary Newton Taylor: Fluorinated polymers having ester groups and photoresists for microlithography. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 26, 2005: US06884564 (6 worldwide citation)

Fluorinated polymers, photoresists and associated processes for microlithography are described. These polymers and photoresists are comprised of esters derived from fluoroalcohol functional groups that simultaneously impart high ultraviolet (UV) transparency and developability in basic media to thes ...