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Pradeep K Dhal, Michael G Horner, Richard T Ingwall, Eric S Kolb, Parag G Mehta, Richard A Minns, Howard G Schild, David A Waldman: Holographic medium and process for use thereof. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, June 2, 1998: US05759721 (52 worldwide citation)

A holographic recording medium comprises an acid generator capable of producing an acid upon exposure to actinic radiation; a binder; and at least one monomer or oligomer capable of undergoing cationic polymerization initiated by the acid produced from the acid generator. This recording medium is no ...


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William J Cumming, Russell A Gaudiana, Richard T Ingwall, Eric S Kolb, Parag G Mehta, Richard A Minns: Electroluminescent polymers, processes for their use, and electroluminescent devices containing these polymers. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, May 9, 1995: US05414069 (52 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent polymer comprises a main chain and a plurality of side chains, each of the side chains comprising an electroluminescent group and a flexible spacer connecting the electroluminescent group to the main chain, the spacers and the main chain being such that the electroluminescent g ...


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Parag G Mehta: Electroluminescent devices and processes using polythiophenes. David J Cole, October 12, 1999: US05965241 (7 worldwide citation)

Electroluminescent devices have, as the active layer, a polymer comprising a poly(3-substituted thiophene), the 3-substituent of which is an alkyl, cycloalkyl, alkoxy, cycloalkoxy, alkoxyalkyl, fluorocarbon, siloxyl or heteroorganic group, the poly(3-substituted thiophene) having a head-to-tail rati ...


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Eric S Kolb, Parag G Mehta: Electroluminescent device with polymeric charge injection layer. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, March 11, 1997: US05609970 (6 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent device comprises first and second electrodes, a layer of an electroluminescent polymer disposed between the electrodes; and a hole injection layer disposed between the first electrode and the layer of electro-luminescent polymer. The hole injection layer is formed from a polyme ...


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Agota F Fehervari, Russell A Gaudiana, Eric S Kolb, Parag G Mehta, Lloyd D Taylor, John C Warner: Imaging medium and process. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, June 13, 1995: US05424268 (2 worldwide citation)

An imaging process uses an imaging medium comprising a polymer having a plurality of first groups. This polymer is imagewise contacted with an imaging reagent comprising a plurality of second groups, thus causing, in the areas of the medium exposed to the imaging reagent, the second groups to react ...