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Mark Topp, Sam Hadden: Screen printable polymer electroluminescent display with isolation. Cordis Corporation, George H Gerstman, May 12, 1987: US04665342 (55 worldwide citation)

A polymer electroluminescent display is provided which comprises a number of individual light-emitting elements in a selected formation and adapted for excitation from a voltage supply. The formation, which is formed on a substrate, includes copper conductors etched onto the substrate. a plurality o ...


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Mark Topp, Sam Hadden: Method of making an electroluminescent display device with islands of light emitting elements. Cordis Corporation, George H Gerstman, September 30, 1986: US04614668 (36 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent display is provided which comprises a matrix of individual light-emitting elements in a row and column formation and adapted for excitation from a voltage supply which addresses the matrix. The matrix, which is formed on a substrate, includes a plurality of parallel copper cond ...


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Mark Topp: Addressable electroluminescent display panel having a continuous footprint. Michael J Weins, April 2, 1996: US05504390 (4 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an addressable electroluminescent display which eliminates ghost images resulting from leads used to energize the display. The addressable display has a polymer film substrate with a first electrode deposited onto the polymer film. A group electrode is provided w ...


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Peter J Ianniello, Mark Topp, Tracy R Johnson: Methods and facilities for producing revenue from gypsum-based refuse sites. Gary L Shaffer Esq, January 25, 2005: US06846131 (3 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to business methods for enabling the creation of positive revenue streams from previously negative assets, and particularly from those facilities formed from gypsum waste, such as gypsum stacks. Waste containment or landfill facilities are formed from the conversion of gypsum ...


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Mark Topp, David Topp: Security clip and methods for package straps. August 12, 1997: US05655802 (3 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for securing a strapped carton against pilferage is disclosed. A security clip includes a common member having two or more foldable over and crimpable prongs extending therefrom at right angles to each other. The security clip is applied to cross straps around the carton. A hol ...


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Peter J Ianniello, Mark Topp, Tracey R Johnson: Conversion of gypsum stacks to waste containment facilities and related construction and business methods. Gary L Shaffer, July 22, 2003: US06595723 (2 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to the conversion of waste materials derived from gypsum mining and processing, such as existing gypsum stacks, into waste containment or landfill facilities. Methods of the invention include the creation of waste containment facilities from existing gypsum stacks. Waste conta ...


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Peter J Ianniello, Mark Topp, Tracy R Johnson: Waste containment and processing facilities formed contemporaneously with the disposal of mineral refuse, and related methods. Gary L Shaffer Esq, March 1, 2005: US06860680 (1 worldwide citation)

The invention pertains to means and methods for enabling the further use of previously negative assets, and particularly from those facilities formed from gypsum waste, such as that suitable for forming gypsum stacks. Waste containment or landfill facilities are formed from the conversion of gypsum ...


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Mark Topp: Addressable electroluminescent display panel having a substantially continuous footprint. Michael J Weins, May 26, 1998: US05757128 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention is directed to an addressable electroluminescent display which can minimize and in some cases eliminate ghost images resulting from leads used to energize the display. The addressable display has a polymer film substrate with a first electrode deposited onto the polymer film. A ...


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Peter J Ianniello, Mark Topp, Tracy R Johnson: Methods and facilities for producing revenue from mineral refuse sites. Gary L Shaffer, October 16, 2003: US20030194274-A1

The invention pertains to the conversion of waste materials derived from gypsum mining and processing, such as existing gypsum stacks, into waste containment or landfill facilities. Advantageously, waste containment facilities and business methods according to the invention enable the creation of a ...


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Peter J Ianniello, Mark Topp, Tracy R Johnson: Waste containment and processing facilities formed contemporaneously with the disposal of mineral refuse, and related methods. Gary L Shaffer, October 16, 2003: US20030194275-A1

The invention pertains to the conversion of waste materials derived from gypsum mining and processing, such as existing gypsum stacks, into waste containment or landfill facilities. Advantageously, waste containment facilities and business methods according to the invention enable the creation of a ...



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