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Richard L Anderson: Intelligent mass flow controller. Sematech, William W Kidd, November 5, 1991: US05062446 (114 worldwide citation)

An intelligent mass flow controller for controlling the mass flow of gas to a semiconductor processing chamber. A sensing circuit measures a difference in temperature across a sensing tube and translates this difference to adjust a valve for controlling the mass flow. A microcontroller which include ...


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Richard L Anderson: Pneumatic energy fluxmeter. Sematech, William W Kidd, October 27, 1992: US05159267 (82 worldwide citation)

A fluxmeter which provides for a pneumatic apparatus for measuring an amount of plasma energy flux flowing into a semiconductor wafer provides for a non-electrical apparatus of measuring energy flux. A bulb has one end exposed to the plasma while the opposite end is supported by a heat sink. When pl ...


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Richard L Anderson: Pneumatic energy fluxmeter. Sematech, William W Kidd, October 27, 1992: US05159264 (80 worldwide citation)

A fluxmeter pneumatically measures the amount of plasma energy impinging onto a semiconductor wafer. The fluxmeter is comprised of two hollow bulbs filled with gas. One bulb has one end exposed to the plasma while the opposite base end is supported by a substantially constant temperature wafer chuck ...


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Warren M Ewert, William M Woodard, Harvey D Hensley, Mark E Lashier, Glyndal D Cowan, Jeffrey W Freeman, Ralph V Franklin, Ronald D Knudsen, Richard L Anderson, Lyle R Kallenbach, Bruce E Kreischer: Olefin production process. Phillips Petroleum Company, Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice PLLC, January 2, 2007: US07157612 (34 worldwide citation)

A process is provided to stabilize and/or reactivate an olefin production catalyst system which comprises contacting an olefin production catalyst system, either before or after use, with an aromatic compound.


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Ronald G Abbott, Bruce B Randolph, Richard L Anderson: Control of synthetic isopentane production during alkylation of amylenes. Phillips Petroleum Company, Charles W Stewart, January 17, 1995: US05382744 (34 worldwide citation)

A method of minimizing or controlling the production of synthetic isopentane during the catalyzed alkylation reaction of amylenes and isoparaffins by providing a concentration of isopentane in the alkylation reactor feed material.


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Bruce W Gerhold, Richard L Anderson: Dehydrogenation process. Phillips Petroleum Company, George F Bogatie, February 26, 1991: US04996387 (29 worldwide citation)

A process for producing a dehydrogenated hydrocarbon product stream by catalytically dehydrogenating a feed stream is disclosed. The process utilizes a plurality of dehydrogenation catalyst-filled tubes in a furnace with all of the tubes connected in parallel to a common product outlet conduit, so t ...


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Richard L Anderson: Magnetic alloy and processing therefor. The Arnold Engineering Company, Vincent G Gioia, Robert F Dropkin, October 17, 1978: US04120704 (22 worldwide citation)

An iron-chromium-cobalt magnetic alloy characterized by good magnetic quality, improved hot and cold ductility and by a reduction in the minimum temperature for complete solutioning; and processing for producing said alloy. Hot ductility is improved through controlled additions of rare earth element ...


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Richard L Anderson, William E Fleig: Protection control unit for a TDM system. Farinon Corporation, Flehr Hohbach Test et al, May 5, 1981: US04266293 (14 worldwide citation)

A digital multiplexing system including first and second multiplexers, each connected to a plurality of multi-timeslot digital data buses for multiplexing digital data on said plurality of buses to first and second buses, respectively, thereby forming first and second serial bit streams. Protection ...


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Neil R Manning, Richard L Anderson: Method for making thin magnetic strips. SPS Technologies, Woodcock Washburn Kurtz Mackiewicz & Norris, July 11, 1995: US05431746 (14 worldwide citation)

Methods for preparing magnetic strips are provided in which the strips are manufactured to a thickness of less than about 0.005 inches and are made of a ferrous alloy having a carbon content of from about 0.4 to about 1.2 weight percent. The strips are prepared by first manufacturing an alloy having ...


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Richard L Anderson, Jack K Clifton, James V Masi, Seymour Merrin: Photovoltaic heterojunction device employing a wide bandgap material as an active layer. Innotech Corporation, Pennie & Edmonds, April 5, 1977: US04016586 (14 worldwide citation)

A semiconductive heterojunction device particularly useful as a photovoltaic device such as a solar cell comprises a heterojunction formed between a first layer of semiconductor material exhibiting one type of electronic conductivity (N or P) and a second layer of a compositionally different materia ...