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Roger Harquail French, Timothy Gierke, Mark Andrew Harmer, Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Rakesh H Mehta, Paula Beyer Hietpas, Bibiana Onoa: Method for providing nano-structures of uniform length. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, September 20, 2005: US06946410 (104 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the field of nanotechnology. Specifically the invention describes a method for cutting a multiplicity of nano-structures to uniform dimensions of length, length and width, or area, or to a specific distribution of lengths or area using various cutting techniques.


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Roger Harquail French, Timothy Gierke, Mark Andrew Harmer, Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Rakesh H Mehta, Paula Beyer Hietpas, Bibiana Onoa: Method for providing nano-structures of uniform length. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, February 14, 2006: US06998358 (54 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to the field of nanotechnology. Specifically the invention describes a method for cutting a multiplicity of nano-structures to uniform dimensions of length, length and width, or area, or to a specific distribution of lengths or area using various cutting techniques.


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Garret D Figuly, Anthony J Soroka, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Gregory P Weeks: Stretchable fibers of polymers, spinnerets useful to form the fibers, and articles produced therefrom. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, April 15, 2003: US06548166 (19 worldwide citation)

A stretchable synthetic polymer fiber comprising an axial core formed from an elastomeric polymer, and two or more wings attached to the core and formed from a non-elastomeric polymer, wherein preferably at least one of the wings is mechanically locked with the axial core. The fibers can be used to ...


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Garret D Figuly, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Anthony J Soroka, Gregory P Weeks: Hetero-composite yarn, fabrics thereof and methods of making. Invista North America r l, August 31, 2004: US06783853 (6 worldwide citation)

A hetero-composite yarn useful in making garments comprises a combined biconstituent yarn and a companion yarn, wherein the biconstituent yarn comprises an axial core comprising a thermoplastic elastomeric polymer, and a plurality of wings attached to the core and comprising a thermoplastic, non-ela ...


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Garret D Figuly, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Anthony J Soroka, Gregory P Weeks: Hetero-composite yarn, fabrics thereof and methods of making. INVISTA Sarl, Invista North America Sarl, January 13, 2005: US20050008855-A1

A hetero-composite yarn useful in making garments comprises a combined biconstituent yarn and a companion yarn, wherein the biconstituent yarn comprises an axial core comprising a thermoplastic elastomeric polymer, and a plurality of wings attached to the core and comprising a thermoplastic, non-ela ...


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Roger Harquail French, Timothy Gierke, Mark Andrew Harmer, Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Rakesh H Mehta, Paula Beyer Hietpas, Bibiana Onoa: Method for providing nano-structures of uniform length. E I Du Pont de Nemours And Company, Legal Patent Records Center, February 26, 2004: US20040038556-A1

This invention relates to the field of nanotechnology. Specifically the invention describes a method for cutting a multiplicity of nano-structures to uniform dimensions of length, length and width, or area, or to a specific distribution of lengths or area using various cutting techniques.


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Garret D Figuly, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Anthony J Soroka, Gregory P Weeks: Hetero-composite yarn, fabrics thereof and methods of making. E I Du Pont de Nemours And Company, Legal Patent Records Center, October 2, 2003: US20030186051-A1

A hetero-composite yarn useful in making garments comprises a combined biconstituent yarn and a companion yarn, wherein the biconstituent yarn comprises an axial core comprising a thermoplastic elastomeric polymer, and a plurality of wings attached to the core and comprising a thermoplastic, non-ela ...


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Paul Joseph Fagan, Ekaterini Korovessi, Leo Ernest Manzer, Rakesh H Mehta, Stuart M Thomas: Preparation of levulinic acid esters and formic acid esters from biomass and olefins; compositons prepared thereby; and uses of the compositions as fuel additives. E I Du Pont de Nemours And Company, Legal Patent Records Center, December 18, 2003: US20030233011-A1

This invention relates to a process for producing a mixture of levulinic acid esters and formic acid esters from biomass and olefins, and the composition prepared therefrom. This invention also relates to usage of the mixture of these esters as fuel and as fuel additives for gasoline fuel, diesel fu ...


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Garret D Figuly, Anthony J Soroka, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Gregory P Weeks: Stretchable fibers of polymers, spinnerets useful to form the fibers, and articles produced therefrom. E I Du Pont de Nemours And Company, Legal Patent Records Center, August 8, 2002: US20020106509-A1

A stretchable synthetic polymer fiber comprising an axial core formed from an elastomeric polymer, and two or more wings attached to the core and formed from a non-elastomeric polymer, wherein preferably at least one of the wings is mechanically locked with the axial core. The fibers can be used to ...


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Garret D Figuly, Anthony J Soroka, Marc B Goldfinger, Rakesh H Mehta, H Vaughn Samuelson, Gregory P Weeks: Stretchable polymeric fibers and articles produced therefrom. E I Du Pont de Nemours And Company, Legal Patent Records Center, October 24, 2002: US20020155290-A1

A stretchable synthetic polymer fiber comprises an axial core formed from an elastomeric polymer, and two or more wings formed from a non-elastomeric polymer attached to the core. The fiber has a substantially radially symmetric cross-section. Such fibers can be used to form garments, such as hosier ...



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