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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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Steven Raymond Lustig, Robert Ray Burch: Poly(alkylene arylates) having improved optical properties. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, November 9, 1999: US05981690 (22 worldwide citation)

Poly(alkylene arylates) having excellent optical properties are disclosed and can be prepared using an organic titanate-ligand catalyst solution containing organic silicates and/or zirconates and, preferably, certain phosphorus compounds.


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Robert Ray Burch Jr, Alexa Ann Dembek, Steven Raymond Lustig, Maria Spinu: Polymerizations based on cyclic oligomer. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, October 2, 2001: US06297330 (19 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns a process for polymerizing cyclic oligomers to homopolymers or copolymers, conducted in the presence of one or more linear polymers.


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Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Siqun Wang, Hong Wang: Carbon nanotube binding peptides. November 29, 2011: US08067534 (11 worldwide citation)

Peptides have been generated that have binding affinity to carbon nanostructures and particularly carbon nanotubes. Peptides of or the invention are generally about twelve amino acids in length. Methods for generating carbon nanotube binding peptides are also disclosed.


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Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Siqun Wang: Carbon nanotube binding peptides. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, December 4, 2007: US07304128 (6 worldwide citation)

Peptides have been generated that have binding affinity to carbon nanostructures and particularly carbon nanotubes. Peptides of or the invention are generally about twelve amino acids in length. Methods for generating carbon nanotube binding peptides are also disclosed.


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Steven Raymond Lustig, Eric M Smith: Clay coatings for thermoplastic polymeric resins or films. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, November 5, 2002: US06475581 (4 worldwide citation)

A coated substrate and methods of making and using coated substrates, wherein the coated substrate comprises a coating consisting essentially of a layered mineral, a thermoplastic polymeric substrate having pendant groups receptive to said layered mineral, and wherein said pendant groups are coordin ...


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Steven Raymond Lustig, Robert Ray Burch, Eugene M McCarron III: Catalysis with titanium oxides. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, March 7, 2000: US06034203 (3 worldwide citation)

A process which can be used in oligomerization, polymerization, or depolymerization such as, for example, the production of a polyester is provided. The process comprises contacting a carbonyl compound, in the presence of a composition, with an alcohol. The catalyst comprises a catalyst having the f ...


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Anand Jagota, Steven Raymond Lustig, Siqun Wang, Hong Wang: Carbon nanotube binding peptides. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, May 31, 2011: US07951911 (1 worldwide citation)

Peptides have been generated that have binding affinity to carbon nanostructures and particularly carbon nanotubes. Peptides of or the invention are generally about twelve amino acids in length. Methods for generating carbon nanotube binding peptides are also disclosed.


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Mark Brandon Shiflett, Subramaniam Sabesan, Steven Raymond Lustig, Pratibha Laxman Gai: Storage materials for hydrogen and other small molecules. E I du Pont de Nemours and Company, June 8, 2010: US07731931 (1 worldwide citation)

This invention relates to adsorbents useful for storing hydrogen and other small molecules, and to methods for preparing such adsorbents. The adsorbents are produced by heating carbonaceous materials to a temperature of at least 900° C. in an atmosphere of hydrogen.



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