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David Mosley Charles Szmanda
Kevin Calzia, David W Mosley, Charles R Szmanda, David L Thorsen: Selenium/group 1b ink and methods of making and using same. Rohm and Haas Electronics Materials, Thomas S Deibert, November 13, 2012: US08309179

A selenium/Group 1b ink comprising, as initial components: a selenium component comprising selenium, an organic chalcogenide component having a formula selected from RZ—Z′R′ and R2—SH, a Group 1b component and a liquid carrier; wherein Z and Z′ are each independently selected from sulfur, selenium a ...


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David Mosley Charles Szmanda
Kevin Calzia, David W Mosley, Charles R Szmanda, David L Thorsen: Selenium/Group 1b ink and methods of making and using same. Rohm And Haas Electronic Materials, March 31, 2011: US20110076799-A1

A selenium/Group 1b ink comprising, as initial components: a selenium component comprising selenium, an organic chalcogenide component having a formula selected from RZ—Z′R′ and R2—SH, a Group 1b component and a liquid carrier; wherein Z and Z′ are each independently selected from sulfur, selenium a ...


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David Mosley Charles Szmanda
Kevin Calzia, David W Mosley, Charles R Szmanda, David L Thorsen: Dichalcogenide ink containing selenium and methods of making and using same. Rohm And Haas Electronic Materials, March 31, 2011: US20110076798-A1

A selenium ink comprising, as initial components: a liquid carrier; a selenium component comprising selenium; and, an organic chalcogenide component having a formula selected from RZ—Z′R′ and R2—SH, a Group 1b component and a liquid carrier; wherein Z and Z′ are each independently selected from sulf ...


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Charles Szmanda
Kevin Calzia, David Mosley, David L Thorsen, Charles R Szmanda: Selenium/group 1B ink and methods of making and using same. Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials, Thomas S Deibert, October 22, 2013: US08563088

A method for preparing a Group 1a-1b-3a-6a material using a selenium/Group 1b ink comprising, as initial components: a selenium component comprising selenium, an organic chalcogenide component having a formula selected from RZ—Z′R′ and R2—SH, a Group 1b component and a liquid carrier; wherein Z and ...


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Joseph M Jacobson: Electronically addressable microencapsulated ink and display thereof. E Ink Corporation, Testa Hurwitz & Thibeault, September 19, 2000: US06120588 (484 worldwide citation)

We describe a system of electronically active inks which may include electronically addressable contrast media, conductors, insulators, resistors, semiconductive materials, magnetic materials, spin materials, piezoelectric materials, optoelectronic, thermoelectric or radio frequency materials. We fu ...


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William M Schwarz, Robert H Marchessault, Lupu Alexandru, Bernard Henrissat: Hot melt ink compositions. Xerox Corporation, Judith L Byorick, April 9, 1991: US05006170 (230 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are hot melt ink compositions suitable for ink jet printing which comprise a colorant, a binder, and a propellant selected from the group consisting of hydrazine; cyclic amines; ureas; carboxylic acids; sulfonic acids; aldehydes; ketones; hydrocarbons; esters; phenols; amides; imides; halo ...


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Berry James M, Corpron Gary P: Electrostatic printing composition comprising didodecyl sebacate. Teletype Corporation, April 4, 1972: US3653932 (197 worldwide citation)

Printing is effected with a hot melt type ink comprised of coloring material and a vehicle therefor and having a resistivity within the range of about 10.sup.6 to about 10.sup.11 ohm-centimeters and a viscosity in a range with an upper limit of about 50 centipoises when in a liquid phase. To that en ...


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Kevin G Williams, John P N Haxell, Derek E Wilson: Stabilized pigmented hot melt ink containing nitrogen-modified acrylate polymer as dispersion-stabilizer agent. Coates Electrographics, Brumbaugh Graves Donohue & Raymond, June 22, 1993: US05221335 (192 worldwide citation)

In the embodiments described in the specification, a stabilized, pigmented hot melt ink contains a thermoplastic vehicle, a coloring pigment, and a dispersion-stabilizing agent to inhibit settling or agglomeration of the pigment when the ink is molten comprising 1.5 to 20 weight percent of a nitroge ...


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Sheau Hwa Ma, Howard Matrick, Arthur C Shor, Harry J Spinelli, Michele E Shepard, Jerome Hochberg: Aqueous pigmented inks for ink jet printers. E I Du Pont de Nemours and Company, June 22, 1993: US05221334 (176 worldwide citation)

A pigmented ink for ink jet printers which comprises an aqueous carrier medium, pigment particles dispersed in an AB or BAB block copolymer having a hydrophilic segment and a segment that links to the pigment, and an effective amount of a surfactant sufficient to decrease the drying time of the ink. ...


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Jeffrey M Ball: Method for applying a hot melt ink to a substrate. Willett International, Charles D Gunter, August 4, 1987: US04684956 (175 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a process for applying a thermoplastic image forming composition as a series of discrete droplets from a non-contact ink jet printing apparatus to form separate drops on a substrate moving relative to the apparatus, characterized in that the molten composition is therm ...