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Nicholas L Abbott, Rahul R Shah: Detecting compounds with liquid crystals. Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, Foley & Lardner, November 14, 2006: US07135143 (17 worldwide citation)

A device for detecting a compound in a sample includes a substrate and a self-assembled monolayer. The substrate includes a support with a metallized top surface, and the self-assembled monolayer includes an alkanethiol attached to the metallized top surface of the substrate and having a functional ...


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Karl E Benson, Moses M David, Cary A Kipke, Brinda B Lakshmi, Charles M Leir, George G I Moore, Rahul R Shah: N-sulfonylaminocarbonyl containing compounds. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jean A Lown, February 20, 2007: US07179923 (11 worldwide citation)

Compounds having two reactive functional groups are described that can be used to provide a connector group between a substrate and an amine-containing material. The first reactive functional group can be used to provide attachment to a surface of a substrate. The second reactive functional group is ...


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John M Sebastian, Marvin E Jones, Fuming B Li, Shih Hung Chou, Nathan E Schultz, Justin L Keough, Rahul R Shah, Daniel A Japuntich: Method of making electret articles based on zeta potential. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Karl G Hanson, August 3, 2010: US07765698 (10 worldwide citation)

A method of making an electret article, from a polymeric article that has a zeta potential of greater than or less than −7.5 millivolts. The article is charged by contacting it with an aqueous liquid that has a pH and conductivity as follows: (i) if the article has a zeta potential of −7.5 mV or les ...


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Charles M Leir, Rahul R Shah, Karl E Benson: Electrets and compounds useful in electrets. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Allison Johnson, Karl G Hanson, June 24, 2008: US07390351 (10 worldwide citation)

An electret filter media that includes a thermoplastic resin and a compound of the formula Y2-A(R1)n—Y1, where A is benzene, naphthalene or anthracene, Y1 and Y2 are each independently R2-R3, R2 is an ester linking group or an amide linking group, R3 is an alkyl group having from 10 to 22 carbon ato ...


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Maurice B Steinman, Rahul R Shah, Naveen Cherukuri, Aaron T Spink, Allen J Baum, Sanjay Dabral, Tim Frodsham, David S Dunning, Theodore Z Schoenborn: Methods and apparatuses to effect a variable-width link. Intel Corporation, Caven & Aghevli, June 7, 2011: US07957428 (8 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention provide an algorithm for dividing a link into one or more reduced-width links. For one embodiment of the invention, a multiplexing scheme is employed to effect a bit transmission order required by a particular cyclic redundancy check. The multiplexed output bits are then ...


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Karl E Benson, Moses M David, Cary A Kipke, Brinda B Lakshmi, Charles M Leir, George G I Moore, Rahul R Shah: N-sulfonyldicarboximide containing tethering compounds. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Jean A Lown, September 9, 2008: US07423155 (7 worldwide citation)

Compounds having two reactive functional groups are described that can be used as a tethering compound to immobilize an amine-containing material to a substrate. The first reactive functional group can be used to provide attachment to a surface of a substrate. The second reactive functional group is ...


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Douglas C Sundet, Rahul R Shah, John M Brandner, Tien T Wu: Pleated aligned web filter. 3M Innovative Properties Company, Kenneth B Wood, November 24, 2009: US07622063 (6 worldwide citation)

A filter element in the form of a nonwoven self-supporting filtration web having rows of folded or corrugated spaced-apart pleats, the web containing continuous thermoplastic fibers a majority of which are aligned at 90°±20° with respect to the row direction. The filter element can be made by formin ...


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Naveen Cherukuri, Sanjay Dabral, David S Dunning, Tim Frodsham, Theodore Z Schoenborn, Rahul R Shah, Maurice B Steinman: Method for identifying bad lanes and exchanging width capabilities of two CSI agents connected across a link. Intel Corporation, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, November 30, 2010: US07844767 (6 worldwide citation)

A technique is described by which two link agents with ports coupled together using a point-to-point interconnect in a system exchange their link width support capabilities and negotiate a link width that is mutually agreeable. The interconnect between each pair of agents comprises a pair of uni-dir ...


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Muraleedhara H Navada, Tim Frodsham, Sanjay Dabral, Allen Baum, Chris D Matthews, Chris C Gianos, Rahul R Shah, Theodore Z Schoenborn: Method and system for response determinism by synchronization. Intel Corporation, Caven & Aghevli, September 28, 2010: US07804890 (5 worldwide citation)

A discussion of improving integrated device deterministic response to test vectors. For example, limiting the transmission delay for an integrated device's response within known bounds by synchronizing an initialization training sequence to a reset deassertion. Specifically, the proposal facilitates ...


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Robert J Safranek, Robert G Blankenship, Venkatraman Iyer, Jeff Willey, Robert Beers, Darren S Jue, Arvind A Kumar, Debendra Das Sharma, Jeffrey C Swanson, Bahaa Fahim, Vedaraman Geetha, Aaron T Spink, Fulvio Spagna, Rahul R Shah, Sitaraman V Iyer, William Harry Nale, Abhishek Das, Simon P Johnson, Yuvraj S Dhillon, Yen Cheng Liu, Raj K Ramanujan, Robert A Maddox, Herbert H Hum, Ashish Gupta: High performance interconnect. Intel Corporation, Patent Capital Group, April 18, 2017: US09626321 (5 worldwide citation)

A physical layer (PHY) is coupled to a serial, differential link that is to include a number of lanes. The PHY includes a transmitter and a receiver to be coupled to each lane of the number of lanes. The transmitter coupled to each lane is configured to embed a clock with data to be transmitted over ...