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Katherina Babich
Scott D Allen, Katherina E Babich, Steven J Holmes, Arpan P Mahorowala, Dirk Pfeiffer, Richard Stephan Wise: Techniques for Patterning Features in Semiconductor Devices. International Business Machines Corporation, Ryan Mason & Lewis, August 7, 2008: US20080187731-A1

Techniques for semiconductor processing are provided. In one aspect, a method for patterning one or more features in a semiconductor device comprises the following step. At least one critical dimension of the one or more features is reduced during etching of the antireflective material. A lithograph ...


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Erwin Meinders
Meinders Erwin R, Muller Joost: Mastering based on heat-induced shrinkage of organic dyes. Koninklijke Philips Electronics, October 18, 2007: KR1020077017863

The present invention relates to a method for providing a high-density relief structure in a recording stack of a master substrate, particularly a master substrate for making a stamper for the mass-iabrication of optical discs or a master substrate for making a stamp for micro contact printing. Furt ...


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Jaime Braverman
Jaime Braverman, Roberto C Perez Bravo: Treatment of substrates for improving ink adhesion to substrates. Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Dority & Manning Pa, January 5, 2006: US20060003150-A1

Printed substrates and methods for treating substrates to improve the adhesion of an ink composition to a hydrophobic substrate are provided. The printed substrates include are treated with a surfactant, for example an ethoxylated hydrogenated castor oil or sorbitan monooleate. The method involves c ...


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Brian Thomas
Brian H Thomas, Dean M Acker, Ray Gsell, Norman Stark: Crosslinked polymers including one or more antioxidants, methods for making same and methods for selecting antioxidants. Zimmer, Schwegman Lundberg & Woessner P A, June 21, 2016: US09370602

The present disclosure is directed to polymer compositions having one or more antioxidants providing high crosslink density and improved oxidation resistance to the polymer composition and methods for making same. Such polymer compositions can be advantageously used to make orthopedic implants. The ...


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Marc Van Damme
Peter Hendrikx, Willi Kurt Gries, Marc Van Damme: Method for making a lithographic printer plate precursor. Agfa Graphics, Leydig Voit & Mayer, January 21, 2014: US08632954

A method for making a lithographic printing plate precursor is disclosed comprising the steps of a. providing a lithographic printing plate precursor including a support having a hydrophilic surface or which is provided with a hydrophilic layer, a photopolymerizable coating comprising a photopolymer ...


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Marc Van Damme
Alexander Williamson, Peter Hendrikx, Marc Van Damme: Method for preparing lithographic printing plate precursors. Agfa Graphics, Leydig Voit & Mayer, February 19, 2013: US08377629

A method of preparing a lithographic printing plate in which no pre-heat step is used comprising the steps of:—providing a lithographic printing plate precursor comprising a support and a photopolymerizable image-recording layer, the image-recording layer comprising a monomer and a binder;—image-wis ...


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Marc Van Damme
Marc Van Damme: Method of making a lithographic printing plate. Agfa Graphics, Keating & Bennett, September 27, 2011: US08026043

A method of making a lithographic printing plate includes the steps of: a) providing a lithographic printing plate precursor including (i) a support having a hydrophilic surface or which is provided with a hydrophilic layer, (ii) a coating on the support including a photopolymerizable layer, a top l ...


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Marc Van Damme
Joan Vermeersch, Wim Sap, Marc Van Damme: Method for accurate exposure of small dots on a heat-sensitive positive-working lithographic printing plate material. Agfa Graphics, Leydig Voit & Mayer, December 23, 2008: US07467587

A method is disclosed for accurate reproduction of high-quality halftone images comprising microdots by means of lithographic plate materials which comprise a heat-sensitive positive-working coating that requires wet processing. Such microdots have a dot size ≦25 μm and may be obtained by stochastic ...


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Jack A Soules, Bryan D Carpenter: Method of making coded playing cards having machine-readable coding. Technical Systems, Alfred D Lobo, November 9, 1993: US05259907 (164 worldwide citation)

An apparently conventional playing card is invisibly coded so that it can only be read face down, by an electrooptic reading means. The card may be of non-laminated conventional card stock which has a substantially white surface conventionally printed with the identification of the suit and value of ...


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Howard Robert, Helinski Richard R, Menhennett Herbert E: A method of ink jet colour printing.. Howtek, July 16, 1986: EP0187352-A2 (164 worldwide citation)

Color printing characterized by high color density and color contrast is provided by jetting an ink composition composed of an optically clear, phase change base material and a primary subtractive color dye which is soluble in the base material onto the surface of a printing medium to form a multipl ...