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Stephen P Rogers, Franky So, Song Q Shi, Brian A Webb: Organic electroluminescent device hermetic encapsulation package. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, October 13, 1998: US05821692 (85 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent device array encapsulating package including an organic electroluminescent device on a supporting substrate. A cover having a rim engaging the supporting substrate is spaced from and hermetically encloses the organic electroluminescent device. A dielectric liquid having ...


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Stephen P Rogers: Electroluminescent apparatus and methods of manufacturing and encapsulating. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, William E Koch, June 27, 2000: US06081071 (57 worldwide citation)

Packaged electroluminescent apparatus including an organic electroluminescent device carried by a glass substrate and a glass cover sealed with the glass substrate at a perimeter seal bounding the organic electroluminescent device in a cavity. Wherein the perimeter seal includes a cured epoxy adhesi ...


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Chowdary Ramesh Koripella, Christopher K Dyer, Dominic Francis Gervasio, Stephen P Rogers, David Wilcox, William Jay Ooms: Fuel processor with integrated fuel cell utilizing ceramic technology. Motorola, Douglas W Gilmore, William E Koch, May 27, 2003: US06569553 (43 worldwide citation)

A fuel processor and integrated fuel cell including a monolithic three-dimensional multilayer ceramic carrier structure defining a fuel reformer and including an integrated fuel cell stack. The reformer includes a vaporization zone, a reaction zone including a catalyst, and an integrated heater. The ...


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Stephen P Rogers: Organic electroluminescent device hermetic encapsulation package and method of fabrication. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, William E Koch, February 23, 1999: US05874804 (42 worldwide citation)

An organic electroluminescent device encapsulating package including a substrate, an organic electroluminescent device carried by the substrate, an inorganic perimetric seal carried by the substrate, the perimetric seal encircling the organic electroluminescent device within a perimeter thereof, and ...


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Stephen P Rogers, Brian Webb: Methods of encapsulating electroluminescent apparatus. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, William E Koch, June 27, 2000: US06080031 (18 worldwide citation)

A method of encapsulating organic electroluminescent (EL) devices including providing an EL device on a substrate and a metallic sheet having a stand-off structure depending therefrom, the stand-off structure bounding a cavity larger than the EL device. The stand-off structure is positioned over the ...


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Chowdary Ramesh Koripella, Christopher K Dyer, Stephen P Rogers, Dominic Francis Gervasio: Hydrogen generator utilizing ceramic technology. Motorola, May 23, 2006: US07048897 (16 worldwide citation)

A hydrogen generator including a three-dimensional multilayer ceramic carrier structure defining a fuel reformer. The reformer includes a vaporization zone and a reaction zone including a catalyst. The reformer is operational as either a steam reformer, a partial oxidation reformer or an autothermal ...


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Stephen P Rogers, Michael S Lebby: Etching of materials in a noncorrosive environment. Motorola, Joe E Barbee, November 26, 1991: US05068007 (16 worldwide citation)

A method for plasma etching semiconducting composed of III-V and related materials is provided. Enhanced removal rates, greater volatility, and reduced etch initiation time is provided by exposing the semiconductor to a plasma of methane, hydrogen, and at least one of trialkylboron, trimethylboron, ...


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Michael S Lebby, Stephen P Rogers: Plasma etching of semiconductor substrates. Motorola, Joe E Barbee, July 23, 1991: US05034092 (13 worldwide citation)

A method for plasma etching semiconductor materials using silicon tetrachloride and boron trichloride is provided. Less etch damage, a greater degree of anisotropy and a more controlled etch is provided by exposing a III-V compound semiconductor to the novel gas mixture.


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Stephen P Rogers: Electron emissive film. Motorola, Gary F Witting, August 8, 1995: US05439753 (7 worldwide citation)

A method for making an electron emissive film is provided. A substrate and a reaction chamber having a temperature and a pressure is provided. The temperature and the pressure are adjusted to a desired temperature and a desired pressure. A substrate is place into the reaction chamber with hydrocarbo ...


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Stephen P Rogers, Matthew Kim: Organic EL device with fluorocarbon liquid and UV epoxy layers and method. Motorola, Eugene A Parsons, Lanny L Parker, November 7, 2000: US06144157 (6 worldwide citation)

Electroluminescent apparatus comprising an organic electroluminescent device having an active organic region, an inert fluorocarbon liquid layer covering substantially the active organic region, and an epoxy layer encapsulating substantially the inert fluorocarbon liquid layer and the active organic ...