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Katsuyuki Musaka
Masayuki Kumekawa, Norio Kimura, Yukio Fukunaga, Katsuyuki Musaka: Electrolytic processing apparatus. Squire Sanders & Dempsey, February 15, 2007: US20070034502-A1

An electrolytic processing apparatus is used to remove a metal film formed on a surface of a substrate. The electrolytic processing apparatus includes a feeding electrode 31 for feeding electricity to a metal film 6 on a substrate W, a processing electrode 32 for processing the metal film 6, a subst ...


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Katsuyuki Musaka
Natsuki Makino, Junji Kunisawa, Keisuke Namiki, Yukio Fukunaga, Katsuyuki Musaka, Ray Fang, Emanuel Israel Cooper, John Michael Cotte, Hariklia Deligianni, Keith T Kwietniak, Brett C Baker O Neal, Matteo Flotta, Philippe Mark Vereecken: Electrolytic processing apparatus and method. Squire Sanders & Dempsey, February 15, 2007: US20070034526-A1

An electrolytic processing apparatus can planarize uniformly over an entire surface of a substrate under a low pressure without any damages to the substrate. The electrolytic processing apparatus has a substrate holder configured to hold and rotate a substrate having a metal film formed on a surface ...


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Harry F Hull, Ivan P Da Silva: Electrolytic processing apparatus and method with time multiplexed power supply. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, September 17, 1991: US05049246 (10 worldwide citation)

Apparatus for electrolytic processing of materials, includes an electrolytic processing bath, plural first electrodes, at least one second electrode, and a power supply for supplying time multiplexed power to the electrodes. The power supply may include a pulse width modulator or a pulse position mo ...


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Harry F Hull, Ivan P Da Silva: Electrolytic processing apparatus and method with time multiplexed power supply. Renner Otto Boisselle & Sklar, April 16, 1991: US05007993 (10 worldwide citation)

Computerized apparatus for electrolytic processing of materials, includes an electrolytic processing bath, plural first electrodes, at least one second electrode, and a computerized power supply for supplying time multiplexed power to the electrodes. The power supply may include a pulse width modula ...


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Kitajima Hiroshi, Aoki Hidemitsu, Hamano Haruto, Shiramizu Yoshimi, Nakamori Masaharu, Watanabe Kaori, Seo Hirofumi, Shimizu Yuji, Iuchi Makoto, Sasaki Yasusuhi, Ohta Naomi, Makoto Morita: Electrolytic processing apparatus.. Nippon Electric Co, September 27, 1995: EP0674026-A2 (8 worldwide citation)

In a wet processing apparatus, an electrolytic cell (1'), a first storing cell (11-1) for storing anode active water of the electrolytic cell, a first processing cell ( 3'-1, 3''-1) for processing a target (303, 331) with the anode active water of the first storing cell, a second storing cell (11-2) ...


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Kiyotoshi Iwasaki, Kito Oda, Yoshiaki Hashimoto, Yasuhiro Seto: Continuous electrolytic processing apparatus. Nippon Steel Corporation, Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 29, 1983: US04378284 (6 worldwide citation)

In a continuous electrolytic processing apparatus for a metal strip, a variation in electrode distance is achieved by an electrode-holder positioning means 40 which comprises expansible tubes 6 elastically holding the electrode holder 7. A fluid medium is admitted into the expansible tubes 6 at an a ...


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Teruo Asaoka: Power supply system for electrolytic processing apparatus. Shizuoka Seiki, Flynn Theil Boutell & Tanis, September 5, 1989: US04863579 (4 worldwide citation)

A power supply system for an electrolytic processing apparatus which uses a discharge of pulses between a work and electrode including a discharge section having plural capacitors, rectifiers connected the capacitors so as to prevent reversing of current to the power source side, a plurality of disc ...


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Tsukasa Imazu, Mitsuo Kimura, Yoshiyuki Saito, Nobuyoshi Ishiwatari, Yoshio Miyano, Mikio Kondo: Electrolytic processing apparatus for metallic members. Kawasaki Steel, Austin R Miller, August 14, 1990: US04948487 (4 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for effecting, on a metallic member, an electrolytic process such as descaling, electrolytic acid cleaning, passivation, electrolytic polishing, coloring or plating. The apparatus comprises a rotatable cylindrical electrode arranged to oppose the member to be processed, with a gap betwe ...


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Imazu Tsukasa C O Technical Re, Kimura Mitsuo C O Technical Re, Saito Yoshiyuki C O Technical, Ishiwatari Nobuyoshi Technical, Miyano Yoshio C O Technical Re, Kondo Mikio C O Technical Rese: Electrolytic processing apparatus for metallic members.. Kawasaki Steel Co, June 27, 1990: EP0374535-A1 (3 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for effecting, on a metallic member, an electrolytic process such as descaling, electrolytic acid cleaning, passivation, electrolytic polishing, coloring or plating. The apparatus comprises a rotatable cylindrical electrode (1) arranged to oppose the member to be processed, with a gap b ...


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Takayuki Saito, Tsukuru Suzuki, Yuji Makita, Kaoru Yamada, Masayuki Kumekawa, Hozumi Yasuda, Osamu Nabeya, Kazuto Hirokawa, Mitsuhiko Shirakashi, Yasushi Toma, Itsuki Kobata: Method and device for regenerating ion exchanger, and electrolytic processing apparatus. Ebara Corporation, Wenderoth Lind & Ponack L, September 23, 2008: US07427345 (2 worldwide citation)

A method and device for regenerating an ion exchanger can regenerate an ion exchanger easily and quickly, and can minimize a load upon cleaning of the regenerated ion exchanger and disposal of waste liquid. A method for regenerating a contaminated ion exchanger includes: providing a pair of a regene ...



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