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Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies Dr Raj C Thiagarajan ATOA Scientific Technologies
Adi Narayana Namburi, Hayagreeva Rao, Chinniah Thiagarajan: Composite material for turbine support structure. General Electric Company, Sutherland Asbill & Brennan, November 2, 2010: US07824763 (10 worldwide citation)

A composite material for use in turbine support structures. The composite material may include a first material having a positive coefficient of thermal expansion and a second material having a negative coefficient of thermal expansion, a negative Poisson ratio, or both a negative coefficient of the ...


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Katherina Babich
Katherina E Babich, Alessandro Cesare Callegari, Julien Fontaine, Alfred Grill, Christopher V Jahnes, Vishnubhai Vitthalbhai Patel: Tunable and removable plasma deposited antireflective coatings. International Business Machines Corporation, Thomas A Beck, Daniel P Morris, August 6, 2002: US06428894 (63 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is vapor deposited BARC and method of preparing tunable and removable antireflective coatings based on amorphous carbon films. These films can be hydrogenated, fluorinated, nitrogenated carbon films. Such films have an index of refraction and an extinction coefficient tunable from about 1. ...


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Eugene Fitzgerald
Eugene A Fitzgerald: Monolithically integrated semiconductor materials and devices. Massachuesetts Institute of Technology, Wolf Greenfield & Sacks P C, September 6, 2011: US08012592 (4 worldwide citation)

Methods and structures for monolithically integrating monocrystalline silicon and monocrystalline non-silicon materials and devices are provided. In one structure, a semiconductor structure includes a silicon substrate and a first monocrystalline semiconductor layer disposed over the silicon substra ...


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Desaraju V Varaprasad, Craig A Dornan, Catherine A Getz: Transparent substrate with diffuser surface. Donnelly Corporation, Van Dyke Gardner Linn & Burkhart, December 14, 1999: US06001486 (327 worldwide citation)

A transparent substrate having a glare reducing diffuser surface coating on its outer surface forms a faceplate for attachment to a screen for a cathode ray tube or other display device. The coating has a preferred resolution of at least about 3 lines per millimeter, and the substrate may include an ...


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Howard G Tennent: Carbon fibrils, method for producing same and compositions containing same. Hyperion Catalysis International, John P White, May 5, 1987: US04663230 (304 worldwide citation)

This invention concerns an essentially cylindrical discrete carbon fibril characterized by a substantially constant diameter between about 3.5 and about 70 nanometers, e.g. between about 7 and 25 nanometers, length greater than about 10.sup.2 times the diameter, an outer region of multiple essential ...


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Thomas Rueckes, Brent M Segal: Nanotube films and articles. Nantero, Hale and Dorr, March 16, 2004: US06706402 (289 worldwide citation)

Nanotube films and articles and methods of making the same are disclosed. A conductive article includes an aggregate of nanotube segments in which the nanotube segments contact other nanotube segments to define a plurality of conductive pathways along the article. The nanotube segments may be single ...


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Nigel Dennis Griffin, Peter Raymond Hughes: High volume density polycrystalline diamond with working surfaces depleted of catalyzing material. Camco International, Jeffery E Daly, April 8, 2003: US06544308 (261 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a polycrystalline diamond or diamond-like element with greatly improved wear resistance without loss of impact strength. These elements are formed with a binder-catalyzing material in a high-temperature, high-pressure (HTHP) process. The PCD element has a body with a plurality of bonded ...


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Walter J Schrenk: Lamellar polymeric body. The Dow Chemical Company, June 8, 1993: US05217794 (225 worldwide citation)

A lamellar polymeric body which may be reflective and which contains no metals and method of making it are provided. The body can be fabricated and/or post-formed into a variety of parts without alteration of its appearance. The body includes discontinuous layers of at least one polymeric material w ...


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Stephanie L Castro, Emilio Barbera Guillem: Functionalized nanocrystals and their use in detection systems. BioCrystal, M Bud Nelson, September 5, 2000: US06114038 (222 worldwide citation)

Provided are compositions comprising water-soluble, functionalized nanocrystals. The water-soluble functionalized nanocrystals comprise quantum dots capped with a layer of a capping compound, and further comprise, by operably linking and in a successive manner, one or more additional compounds. The ...


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Nigel Dennis Griffin, Peter Raymond Hughes: Polycrystalline diamond partially depleted of catalyzing material. Jeffery E Daly, July 8, 2003: US06589640 (216 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a superhard polycrystalline diamond or diamond-like element with greatly improved resistance to thermal degradation without loss of impact strength. Collectively called PCD elements, these elements are formed with a binder-catalyzing material in a high-temperature, hig ...