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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer and method of manufacturing an intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, August 11, 2009: US07573637 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved method of forming an intrinsic polarizer, referred to as a K-type polarizer, includes stretching a polymeric film a first stretching step. The polymeric film comprises a hydroxylated linear polymer which is converted after the first stretching step to form dichroic, copolymer polyvinylen ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, January 5, 2010: US07643211 (1 worldwide citation)

An intrinsic polarizer, including a sheet of PVA-type matrix that includes vinylene polymer blocks, the sheet defining a pass polarization axis and a block polarization axis perpendicular to the pass polarization axis, light having an electrical vector parallel to the pass polarization axis being su ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer and method of manufacturing an intrinsic polarizer. 3m Innovative Properties Company, February 9, 2006: US20060028725-A1

An improved method of forming an intrinsic polarizer, referred to as a K-type polarizer, includes stretching a polymeric film a first stretching step. The polymeric film comprises a hydroxylated linear polymer which is converted after the first stretching step to form dichroic, copolymer polyvinylen ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, May 28, 2009: US20090135482-A1

An intrinsic polarizer, including a sheet of PVA-type matrix that includes vinylene polymer blocks, the sheet defining a pass polarization axis and a block polarization axis perpendicular to the pass polarization axis, light having an electrical vector parallel to the pass polarization axis being su ...


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Gerald N Nkwantah
Michael K Gerlach, Gerald N Nkwantah, Jonathan M Mack, Pradnya V Nagarkar, Philip J Ralli: Method of manufacturing an intrinsic polarizer. Seiko Epson Corporation, Oliff & Berridge, May 28, 2009: US20090134535-A1

An improved method of forming an intrinsic polarizer, referred to as a K-type polarizer, includes stretching a polymeric film a first stretching step. The polymeric film comprises a hydroxylated linear polymer which is converted after the first stretching step to form dichroic, copolymer polyvinylen ...


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Jonathan M Mack, Kang Sun: Transparent thermographic recording films. Polaroid Corporation, Carol A Loeschorn, March 30, 1993: US05198406 (10 worldwide citation)

This invention provides transparent thermographic recording films which exhibit good anti-stick properties, are scratch resistant and substantailly craze-free. The thermographic recording films comprise a transparent support carrying (a) a dye image-forming system comprising a di- or triarylmethane ...


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Jonathan M Mack: Laminar imaging medium utilizing cross-linked borated polymeric binder. Polaroid Corporation, Renato M de Luna, February 4, 1997: US05599616 (2 worldwide citation)

A peel-developable imaging medium for the imagewise recordation of information is provided, the imaging medium having therein a plurality of fracturable layers, the plurality comprising a porous or particulate image-forming layer and a release layer, and at least one of the fracturable layers having ...


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John J Cael, Carol L Knox, Jonathan M Mack, Feng Wang, Robert S Wenzinger: Optical element having light influencing property. Ppg Industries Ohio, Deborah M Altman, PPG, August 7, 2008: US20080187749-A1

Provided is an optical element having at least (a) a support polymeric film layer of film material having opposing first and second sides, (b) a second polymeric film layer having opposing first and second sides, the second layer including a film material exhibiting a light influencing property, and ...