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Miura Toshiro, Hayashi Tadao: Aqueous polytetrafluoroethylene dispersion composition and use thereof. Daikin, January 14, 1998: EP0818506-A1 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides an aqueous polytetrafluoroethylene dispersion composition characterized in that the composition comprises 30 to 65 wt. % of polytetrafluoroethylene and a polyoxyethylene alkyl ether in an amount of 2 to 10 wt. % based on the polytetrafluoroethylene, the polyoxyethylene ...


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Miura Toshiro, Hayashi Tadao: Eco-friendly aqueous dispersion of fluorine-containing polymer having excellent dispersion stability. Daikin, June 26, 2002: JP2002-179870 (13 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an eco-friendly aqueous dispersion of a fluorine-containing polymer capable of stably keeping the dispersion stability even under the application of mechanical force.SOLUTION: The eco-friendly aqueous dispersion of a fluorine-containing polymer having excellent dispe ...


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Hayashi Tadao, Nagae Yoshiharu: Semiconductor device, and manufacturing method therefore. Nichia Chem, June 5, 2008: JP2008-130863 (4 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To decrease the number of wires and lengths of the wires to achieve bonding reliability.SOLUTION: The semiconductor device has a first wire loop in which one free-standing end is ball-bonded to a first bonding point and the other free-standing end is ball-bonded to a second bon ...


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Hayashi Tadao: Sheet-shaped resin magnet. Nichia Chem, February 19, 2004: JP2004-055992 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a sheet-shaped resin magnet whose surface magnetic flux density is large when pole-magnetizing and annularly mounting it.SOLUTION: In a sheet-shaped resin magnet where anisotropic magnetic powder is connected by a binder, the orientating direction of the anisotropic ...


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Hayashi Tadao: Mounting component, and semiconductor device. Nichia Chem, May 22, 2008: JP2008-118071 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a mounting component that can have high reliability regardless of the size of a semiconductor element chip to be mounted, and to provide a semiconductor device using the mounting component.SOLUTION: The mounting component is provided with a die pad that allows the po ...


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Hayashi Tadao, Tamaoki Hiroto, Hosokawa Shoji, Shimizu Taisuke: Light emitting device. Nichia, February 12, 2009: JP2009-033107 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a light emitting device which can keep high output even in a harsh environment.SOLUTION: A light emitting device comprises a metal reflecting member, a light emitting element fixed to the metal reflecting member, an essential glass film that covers the metal reflecti ...


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Azuma Eiko, Hayashi Tadao: Light-emitting device. Nichia Chem, May 22, 2008: JP2008-117900 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a high performance and highly reliable light-emitting device by achieving both effects, i.e., enhancement of light intensity and high precision mounting of a light-emitting element without alignment deviation as to the trade-off relation between the reduction of ligh ...


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Suzuki Akira, Tamaoki Hiroto, Kuramoto Masafumi, Hayashi Tadao: Light emitting device. Nichia, June 25, 2009: JP2009-141030 (3 worldwide citation)

PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a light emitting device capable of maintaining stable light emission characteristics for a long period of time even when miniaturized.SOLUTION: The light emitting device includes: a resin molding having an opening on its upper surface side; a lead electrode having an ...


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Kita Yasuo, Hayashi Tadao: Fluid flow control valve. Shimadzu Seisakusho, August 22, 1972: US3685537 (1 worldwide citation)

A fluid flow control valve in which a spool is slidably disposed in the working hollow of the valve housing formed with first and second ports and is provided with an orifice portion for communicating between said second port and hollow; a rod is slidably mounted through said spool so as to move at ...


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Hayashi Tadao: Improvements in the production of crease-resistant cotton woven fabrics. Nisshin Boseki Kabushiki Kaish, May 23, 1962: GB896874-A (1 worldwide citation)

Cotton woven fabrics and cotton mixed fibre woven fabrics are creaseproofed by dipping them into an aqueous emulsion of poly-methyl siloxane and drying and then treating them with a resin precondensate finishing agent in liquid form selected from monomethylol urea, dimethylol urea, monomethylol mela ...