NATCORE TECHNOLOGY INC.
Red Bank, NJ US
|NATCORE TECHNOLOGY INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140199857||Method of Controlling Silicon Oxide Film Thickness - A deposition process for coating a substrate with films of varying thickness on a substrate can be achieve. The thickness of the film deposition can be controlled by the separation between the substrate and a curtain. Different separation distances between the substrate and curtain in the same chemical bath will result in different film thicknesses depositing on the substrate.||07-17-2014|
|20120252228||METHOD OF CONTROLLING SILICON OXIDE FILM THICKNESS - A deposition process for coating a substrate with films of a different thickness on front and rear surface of a substrate can be achieve in one growth. The thickness of the film deposition can be controlled by the separation between the substrates. Different separation distances between the substrates in the same chemical bath will result in different film thicknesses on the substrate. Substrates may be arranged to have different separation distances between front and back surfaces, a V-shaped arrangement, or placed next to a curtain with varying separation distances between a substrate and the curtain.||10-04-2012|
|20120214319||METHOD OF IMPROVING THE PASSIVATION EFFECT OF FILMS ON A SUBSTRATE - A film deposited on substrate may originally has a high surface recombination velocity (SRV). In order to suppress the SRV and increase the minority carrier lifetime, the substrate may be treated annealing at a high temperature in gas ambient containing O||08-23-2012|
|20120207932||SYSTEMS AND METHODS FOR RAPID LIQUID PHASE DEPOSITION OF FILMS - A rapid liquid phase deposition (LPD) process of coating a substrate provides improved deposition rates. The LPD process may include the following steps: incubation of acids with corresponding oxides, sulfide, or selenide for a predetermined period of time; removing the undissolved oxides, sulfide, or selenide; liquid phase deposition of the oxide, sulfide, or selenide film or coating at an elevated temperature; and removing the substrate from the growth solution. Further, the growth solution can be prepared for re-use by cooling to a desired temperature and adding extra oxides, sulfides, or selenides.||08-16-2012|
|20120119162||Coated Fullerenes, Compositions And Dielectrics Made Therefrom - The present invention relates to coated fullerenes comprising a layer of at least one inorganic material covering at least a portion of at least one surface of a fullerene and methods for making. The present invention further relates to composites comprising the coated fullerenes of the present invention and further comprising polymers, ceramics, and/or inorganic oxides. A coated fullerene interconnect device where at least two fullerenes are contacting each other to form a spontaneous interconnect is also disclosed as well as methods of making. In addition, dielectric films comprising the coated fullerenes of the present invention and methods of making are further disclosed.||05-17-2012|
Patent applications by NATCORE TECHNOLOGY INC.