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Dana Gronbeck Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Emine Cagin, Chandra Cutler, Dana A Gronbeck, Charles R Szmanda: Memory devices based on electric field programmable films. Rohm And Haas Company, September 29, 2005: US20050211978-A1

Disclosed herein is an electric field programmable film comprising a polymer bonded to an electroactive moiety. Disclosed herein too is a method of manufacturing an electric field programmable film comprising depositing upon a substrate, a composition comprising a polymer and an electroactive moiety ...


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Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Kathleen M O Connell: Process of fractionating polymers. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Peter F Corless, Darryl P Frickey, Edwards & Angell, December 13, 2005: US06974858 (3 worldwide citation)

Provided herein is a process of fractionating ferroelectric, preferably vinylidene fluoride polymers using a solvent having at least one polarizable functional group, and a precipitant. The composition of the fractionated ferroelectric polymers is selected so as to adjust the properties of a ferroel ...


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Charles Szmanda
Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Lujia Bu: Process for selecting solvents for forming films of ferroelectric polymers. Shipley Company L L C, Peter F Corless, Darryl P Frickey, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, May 8, 2007: US07214410 (2 worldwide citation)

Disclosed herein is a process of forming a ferroelectric polymer film from a solution, wherein the solvent composition is selected so as to adjust the properties of the film. Films formed by this method have improved properties, particularly with respect to roughness and crystal domain size.


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Charles Szmanda
Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Lujia Bu: Leveling agents for cast ferroelectric polymer films. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Peter F Corless, Darryl P Frickey, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge, September 30, 2008: US07429627 (1 worldwide citation)

A substituted (meth)acrylic copolymer leveling agent is useful in producing a ferroelectric polymer film that is especially suitable for use in a data processing device. Also disclosed is a a casting composition which includes the leveling agent, a film stack, and a data processing device comprising ...


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Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Edward C Greer, Georg R Kestler, Alan I Nakatani, Charles R Szmanda: Curable compositions. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Thomas S Deibert, January 3, 2012: US08088467

Curable compositions are disclosed. Also disclosed are optical media comprising said curable compositions when cured and methods of making such optical media.


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Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Edward C Greer, Georg R Kestler, Alan I Nakatani, Charles R Szmanda: Curable compositions. Rohm and Haas Company, Jonathan D Baskin, Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, September 18, 2008: US20080226889-A1

Curable compositions are disclosed. Also disclosed are optical media comprising said curable compositions when cured and methods of making such optical media.


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Charles Szmanda
Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Lujia Bu: Process for selecting solvents for forming films of ferroelectric polymers. Shipley Company, Edwards & Angell, July 8, 2004: US20040131862-A1

Disclosed herein is a process of forming a ferroelectric polymer film from a solution, wherein the solvent composition is selected so as to adjust the properties of the film. Films formed by this method have improved properties, particularly with respect to roughness and crystal domain size.


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Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Edward C Greer, Charles R Szmanda: Devices and methods for writing and reading information. Rohm And Haas Company, February 28, 2008: US20080049590-A1

Memory devices and methods of storing information are disclosed. Also disclosed are methods of storing information in multi-bit format and memory devices with information stored in multi-bit format. Further disclosed are methods of reading stored information.


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Charles Szmanda
Lujia Bu, Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Kathleen M O Connell: Process of fractionating polymers. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, S Matthew Cairns, Edwards & Angell, September 2, 2004: US20040171773-A1

Provided herein is a process of fractionating ferroelectric, preferably vinylidene fluoride polymers using a solvent having at least one polarizable functional group, and a precipitant. The composition of the fractionated ferroelectric polymers is selected so as to adjust the properties of a ferroel ...


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Charles Szmanda
Charles R Szmanda, Kathleen B Spear Alfonso, Lujia Bu: Leveling agents for cast ferroelectric polymer films. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Edwards & Angell, January 6, 2005: US20050004302-A1

A substituted (meth)acrylic copolymer leveling agent is useful in producing a ferroelectric polymer film that is especially suitable for use in a data processing device. Also disclosed is a a casting composition which includes the leveling agent, a film stack, and a data processing device comprising ...