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428098000 - STRUCTURALLY DEFINED WEB OR SHEET (E.G., OVERALL DIMENSION, ETC.)

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20110177307CARBON NANOTUBE DEVICE AND METHOD FOR MAKING SAME - A carbon nanotube device includes a flexible substrate and a patterned carbon nanotube layer. The flexible substrate defines a plurality of recesses. The patterned carbon nanotube layer is formed on the flexible substrate. The carbon nanotube layer includes a plurality of carbon nanotube arrays. Each carbon nanotube array is fixedly attached in the corresponding recess.07-21-2011
20100086754Transfer Film for Firing - A transfer film for firing which has a multilayer structure including a functional pattern and a pressure-sensitive adhesive layer. The multilayer structure is free from a shape failure of the functional pattern and a decrease in adhesive force of the adhesive layer, and has the excellent transferability to a substrate. The transfer film gives a fired functional pattern free from defects such as a shape or function failure. The transfer film for firing is one for use in forming a fired functional pattern by transferring a multilayer structure including a functional pattern to a surface of a substrate and firing it. The transfer film comprises a release film and a multilayer structure formed so as to be in contact with one of the surfaces of the release film. The multilayer structure includes a functional pattern and a contact layer which has been formed so as to be in direct contact with the surface of the functional pattern and is constituted of one layer or a larger number of layers. The functional pattern comprises inorganic particles and an organic substance removable by firing. The contact layer comprises an organic substance and a solvent both removable by firing. The organic substance contained in the functional pattern is incompatible with the solvent contained in the contact layer.04-08-2010
20110195239FILM HAVING LOW REFRACTIVE INDEX FILM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, ANTI-RELECTION FILM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, COATING LIQUID SET FOR LOW REFRACTIVE INDEX FILM, SUBSTRATE HAVING MICROPARTICLE-LAMINATED THIN FILM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, AND OPTICAL MEMBER - Provided is a film having a low refractive index, which can be formed under normal temperature and pressure while obtaining a lower refractive index, has excellent adhesion with a solid substrate, and does not lose geometric optical properties, such as the diffusibility or light-harvesting capability attributed to the microstructure. Also disclosed is a method for producing the same. The film having a low refractive index is obtained by causing an electrolyte polymer and microparticles to be alternately adsorbed on the surface of a solid substrate and bringing the resulting microparticle-laminated film into contact with a silicon compound solution in order to bond the solid substrate with microparticles and microparticles with microparticles. The silicon compound solution is selected from (1) the hydrolysis product of alkoxysilane (I) wherein the functional groups are formed from hydrolyzable groups and non-hydrolyzable organic groups, and the condensation reaction product thereof, (2) the hydrolysis product of a mixture of alkoxysilane (I) and alkoxysilane (II) wherein the functional groups are formed from hydrolyzable groups alone, and the condensation reaction product thereof; and (3) a mixture of hydrolysis product and condensation product thereof according to (1) and alkoxysilane (II).08-11-2011
20130084440METALLIC LUSTER PRINTED MEDIUM AND METHOD OF PREPARING SAME - A printed medium having a metallic luster includes an ink-receiving layer on a substrate and a layer of metal oxide particles disposed on the ink-receiving layer. A portion of the ink-receiving layer corresponding to at least one feature includes a non-particulate, light-absorbing colorant dispersed in the ink-receiving layer. An amount of the non-particulate, light-absorbing colorant in the ink-receiving layer portion is sufficient to render a predetermined hue to the metallic luster of the at least one feature. The metal oxide particles have an average diameter of about 3 nm to about 300 nm. The ink-receiving layer has pores that are smaller than the average diameter of the metal oxide particles.04-04-2013
20130040118LAMINATED DECORATIVE PLATE AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF - The invention relates to a laminated decorative plate comprising a core made of a fiber or particle material, a resinous intermediate layer on at least one side of the core, a decorative layer not impregnated with resin and having a graphic image of the surface of the imitated material, and a transparent core layer, into which the relief-like reproduction of the surface structure of the imitated material is stamped. The intermediate layer is made of liquid glue, curable by pressure and/or heat, that is applied to the core.02-14-2013
20130089718CUT-TO-SIZE FORMAT - The invention relates to a cut-to-size format comprising a more particularly sheeting-shaped or layer-shaped backing material (04-11-2013
20090148675MICELLE-CONTROLLED NANOPARTICLE SYNTHESIS FOR SERS - The methods and apparatus disclosed herein concern nanoparticle layers uniformly distributed on a surface or substrate. In certain embodiments of the invention, the nanoparticle layers are of use for Raman spectroscopy. In certain embodiments of the invention, a micelle-metal ion complex is formed and deposited on a surface. The polymer component of the micelle-metal ion complex may be removed resulting in formation of nanoparticles of a uniform size and distribution. The polymers may contain one or more ligands. The number and type of ligands in a micelle will determine the type and amount of metal ion bound to the micelle, in turn determining the metal composition and size of the nanoparticles. The distribution micelle-metal ion complexes on a surface may determine the distribution and periodicity of the nanoparticle layer. In other embodiments, rod or columnar-shaped nanoparticles may be generated. Other embodiments concern the generation of uniform alloy nanoparticles.06-11-2009
20130071636MICROCAVITY CARRIER BELT AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURE - A method for fabricating an electronic device or component such as an anisotropic conductive film comprising: distributing a plurality of conductive particles into an array of microcavities formed on a surface of a continuous carrier belt, rotating the belt carrying the conductive particles while conveying a surface of an adhesive layer into contact with the surface of the rotating belt, transferring the conductive particles from the microcavities on the belt to the adhesive layer in predefined locations in the adhesive layer corresponding to the array of microcavities on the belt, and separating the adhesive layer from the surface of the belt. In one embodiment, the position of the microcavities is varied in a controlled manner.03-21-2013
20130059135PRINTING COMPOSITION AND A PRINTING METHOD USING THE SAME - The present invention relates to a printing composition including an ionic liquid, a printing method using the same, and a pattern formed by using the same. The printing composition according to the exemplary embodiment of the present invention is useful in providing a pattern of a fine line width.03-07-2013
20090269560ALIGNED CARBON NANOTUBE-POLYMER MATERIALS, SYSTEMS AND METHODS - The invention is directed to carbon nanostructure composite systems which may be useful for various applications, including as dry adhesives, self-cleaning applications, electronics and display technologies, or in a wide variety of other areas where organized nanostructures may be formed and integrated into a flexible substrate. The present invention provides systems and methods wherein organized nanotube structures or other nanostructures are embedded within an adhesive, with the properties and characteristics of the nanotubes or other nanostructures exploited for use in various applications. In one aspect, the invention is directed to a self-cleaning carbon nanotube composite material that includes a substrate, an adhesive coating on at least a portion of the substrate, a plurality of carbon nanostructures formed into a predetermined architecture, each of the plurality of nanostructures having a substantially predetermined width and length, and the architecture of the plurality of nanostructures defining at least one orientation for a plurality of nanostructures, and defining the approximate spacing between nanostructures and/or groups of nanostructures, the carbon nanostructures architecture being at least partially adhered to the adhesive coating on the substrate in a manner that the architecture is stabilized in the predetermined architecture, wherein the carbon nanostructures architecture renders the composite material superhydrophobic.10-29-2009
20100143674Curable resin composition for hard coat layer and hard coat film - The invention provides a hard coat film with transparency and mar-proofness, obtained by coating, drying and curing on a transparent base film a curable resin composition for a hard coat layer comprising (1) reactive inorganic fine particles A, (2) hydrophilic fine particles B and (3) a curable reactive matrix containing a binder component C that has a reactive functional group c with crosslinking reactivity for the reactive inorganic fine particles A, wherein the content of the hydrophilic fine particles B is 0.1-5.0 wt % with respect to the total solid content, and desired irregularities are formed in the hard coat layer surface, preferably with raised sections having heights of from 3 nm to 50 nm, and spacings between the raised sections of 50 nm-5 μm.06-10-2010
20090011201Conductive Paste, Multilayer Ceramic Substrate and Its Production Method - A conductive paste comprising 88-94% by mass of Ag powder having an average particle size of 3 μm or less and 0.1-3% by mass of Pd powder, the total amount of the Ag powder and the Pd powder being 88.1-95% by mass. A multilayer ceramic substrate obtained by laminating and sintering pluralities of ceramic green sheets, and having conductor patterns and via-conductors inside, the via-conductors being formed in via-holes having diameters of 150 μm or less after sintering, containing Ag crystal particles having a particle size of 25 μm or more, and having a porosity of 10% or less.01-08-2009
20090022965PROCESS FOR PRODUCING MICROCAPSULE, MICROCAPSULE PRODUCTION APPARATUS AND MICROCAPSULE SHEET - An apparatus having an XY-stage adapted to support base material, such as paper, and conduct two-dimensional moving thereof; a nozzle unit having three liquid droplet feeding nozzles adapted to feed separately liquid droplets containing a first shell material, liquid droplets containing a core material and liquid droplets containing a second shell material from above the base material so as to cause them to spot to the surface of the base material; and a drying unit adapted to dry the spotted liquid droplets to thereby form first and second shell films is provided.01-22-2009
20110293906PRODUCTION METHOD - A method for producing a panel is disclosed. The method includes the step of applying steam on a dry powder layer on a core. Thereafter is a heat and pressure applied to the powder layer in order to bond the powder together.12-01-2011
20110293905Superbrasvie Tools Containing Uniformly Leveled Superabrasive Particles and Associated Methods - A superabrasive tools having uniformly leveled superabrasive particles and associated methods are provided. In one aspect, for example, a superabrasive can include a metal matrix configured for bonding superabrasive particles and a plurality superabrasive particles held in the metal matrix at specific positions according to a predetermined pattern, wherein tips of each of the plurality of the superabrasive particles protrude from the metal matrix to a uniform height.12-01-2011
20090087630CARBON NANOTUBE FILMS, LAYERS, FABRICS, RIBBONS, ELEMENTS AND ARTICLES - Carbon Nanotube Films, Layers, Fabrics, Ribbons, Elements and Articles are disclosed. To make various articles, certain embodiments provide a substrate. Preformed nanotubes are applied to a surface of the substrate to create a non-woven fabric of carbon nanotubes. Portions of the non-woven fabric are selectively removed according to a defined pattern to create the article. To make a nanofabric, a substrate is provided. Preformed nanotubes are applied to a surface of the substrate to create a non-woven fabric of carbon nanotubes wherein the non-woven fabric is substantially uniform density. The nanofabrics and articles have characteristics desirable for various electrical systems such as memory circuits and conductive traces and pads.04-02-2009
20100098921Magnetic load supporting inks - A magnetizable ink contains at least 65% of magnetizable particles having a modal diameter between 3 μm and 10 μm. The particles may have a size distribution with 0% above 18 micron and not greater than 20% under 0.5 micron. The particles may have a surface area less than 50,000 cm04-22-2010
20100098922APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLED PARTICLE BEAM MANUFACTURING - A chamber for exposing a workpiece to charged particles includes a charged particle source for generating a stream of charged particles, a collimator configured to collimate and direct the stream of charged particles from the charged particle source along an axis, a beam digitizer downstream of the collimator configured to create a digital beam including groups of at least one charged particle by adjusting longitudinal spacing between the charged particles along the axis, a deflector downstream of the beam digitizer including a series of deflection stages disposed longitudinally along the axis to deflect the digital beams, and a workpiece stage downstream of the deflector configured to hold the workpiece.04-22-2010
20100124641SEMICONDUCTIVE BELT AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - The present invention provides a semiconductive belt in which the generation of cracks is suppressed by enhancing conformability of a surface layer-composing coating film to the expansion and contraction of the belt while maintaining a practically required low friction coefficient, and a method for producing the same. Disclosed is a semiconductive belt including an elastic layer made of a semiconductive rubber and a surface layer, wherein the surface layer is composed of a resin layer containing a polytetrafluoroethylene resin fine powder, and a hardness-corresponding peak voltage value of the surface layer measured by a SPM (scanning probe microscope) method is −6.35V or less.05-20-2010
20090142558Mono-layer and multi-layer nanowire networks - Disclosed is a method for nanostructure synthesis that includes growing nanostructures on a layered structure compound at a low temperature using a solution containing a solvent and at least one precursor. The method can include synthesizing and assembling nanowires in essentially the same method step. Disclosed nanostructures and nanowires are substantially uniform in diameter and single crystal. Nanowires can intersect to form networks and can be covalently bonded at points of intersection. Disclosed nanowire networks can be substantially uniform and can form an ordered network. Nanowire networks can be used to fabricate electronic and optical devices.06-04-2009
20090169840Composite sintered body - A composite sintered body according to the present invention contains at least cubic boron nitride and a binder. Cubic boron nitride has a continuous skeleton structure as a result of bonding of a plurality of first cubic boron nitride particles to each other. The binder has a continuous structure as a result of bonding of a plurality of binder particles to each other, that are present in a region except for a bonding interface where the first cubic boron nitride particles are bonded to each other. Second cubic boron nitride particles isolated from the first cubic boron nitride particles forming the skeleton structure are dispersed in the continuous structure of the binder particles.07-02-2009
20090169841METHODS FOR SHAPING GREEN BODIES AND ARTICLES MADE BY SUCH METHODS - A method of shaping a green body provides a shaped green body comprised of a plurality of sinterable particles and an organic binder. Such a method includes: (1) molding a mixture of sinterable particles and organic binder into the shape of an initial green body or intermediate, wherein the sinterable particles include at least one of metal particles or ceramic particles; and (2) shaping the green body intermediate with at least one of a stream of energy or a stream of matter, wherein the shaping yields a green body having a desired shape. The shaped green body can be sintered in order to provide a hardened body having substantially the shape of the shaped green body.07-02-2009
20080280113Resin Film and Method for Producing Same, Printed Matter, Label and Resin Molded Article - A resin film comprising a multilayer structure of a print layer (A), a gloss-imparting layer (B) and a substrate layer (c) as laminated in that order, wherein the print layer (A) comprises from 90 to 100% of a propylene random copolymer or the like and from 0 to 10% of an inorganic fine powder or the like, the gloss-imparting layer (B) comprises from 70 to 100% of a thermoplastic resin and from 0 to 30% of an inorganic fine powder or the like, the substrate layer (C) comprises a thermoplastic resin, the resin film has a glossiness, as measured on the surface side of the print layer (A), of from 70 to 110%, the resin film has an oxygen atom concentration, as measured through X-ray photoelectron spectrometry on the surface side of the print layer (A), of from 5 to 20%. The printed matter of the resin film with a UV-curable ink has extremely good weather resistance.11-13-2008
20130216796NON-COMBUSTIBLE COMPOSITE PANEL AND MANUFACTURING METHOD - The present invention relates to non-combustible composite panels, comprising two outer layers (08-22-2013
20090220756REVERSIBLE PHOTO BLEACHABLE MATERIALS BASED ON NANO SIZED SEMICONDUCTOR PARTICLES AND THEIR OPTICAL APPLICATIONS - Semiconductor nano-particles, due to their specific physical properties, can be used as reversible photo-bleachable materials for a wide spectrum, from far infrared to deep UV. Applications include, reversible contrast enhancement layer (R-CEL) in optical lithography, lithography mask inspection and writing and optical storage technologies.09-03-2009
20080261004Textile Surface Coverings and Methods for Making Them - A surface covering having a decorative show surface and particle backing structure. The show surface is preferably a printed or dyed textile or fabric. The show surface decorative textile is optionally saturated with a protective composition. The backing may be resilient.10-23-2008
20080261003Improvements in and Relating to Image Articles - The invention relates to a method of manufacturing an image article comprising the steps of: 10-23-2008
20090246487MICROPOROUS MATERIALS SUITABLE AS SUBSTRATES FOR PRINTED ELECTRONICS - Provided is a microporous material including (a) a polyolefin matrix which contains ultrahigh molecular weight polyolefin having a molecular weight greater than 7 million grams per mole and 30 to 80 weight percent high density polyolefin, (b) finely divided particulate filler having a density ranging from 2.21 to 3.21 grams per cubic centimeter distributed throughout the matrix, and (c) at least 35 percent by volume of a network of interconnecting pores communicating throughout the microporous material. The microporous material has a density ranging from 0.6 to 0.9 g/cc, a Sheffield smoothness of less than or equal to 40, and an air flow rate of 1000 or more Gurley seconds. Printed electronic devices prepared from and methods of making the microporous material also are provided.10-01-2009
20090047486LIGHT MANAGEMENT FILMS WITH ZIRCONIA PARTICLES - Light management films and methods of making light management films are described. The light management films contain an optical layer that contains polymeric material and zirconia particles. The zirconia particles are colloidal, crystalline, substantially non-associated, and have a narrow size distribution.02-19-2009
20110236653BASE MATERIAL FOR SURFACE PROTECTIVE SHEET AND SURFACE PROTECTIVE SHEET - Provided is the following base material for a surface protective sheet. The slipping property of the back surface of the sheet is moderately excellent, and scratches in the surface of an adherend laminated to contact the back surface of the sheet can be suppressed. Also provided is a surface protective sheet containing such base material for a surface protective sheet. The base material for a surface protective sheet of the present invention is a base material for a surface protective sheet including a base material layer (A), in which: at least one surface of the base material for a surface protective sheet is the surface of the base material layer (A); the base material layer (A) contains a polyolefin-based resin as a main component; the base material layer (A) contains polymer fine particles having an average particle diameter of 3 to 20 μm at a content of 0.1 to 20 wt % with respect to 100 parts by weight of the polyolefin-based resin; the surface of the base material layer (A) has a surface roughness Ra of 0.15 to 0.60 μm; and the surface of the base material layer (A) has a coefficient of dynamic friction (I) with respect to an aluminum plate of 0.35 to 1.00.09-29-2011
20100221510METHOD OF FORMING IMAGES USING CURABLE INK WITH GELLANT - Disclosed herein are methods of using inks with gellants, that can form a gel state, as receivers for particle materials. The inks are liquid when jetted, but quickly enter a tacky/semi-solid/gel state when cooled below ink gel temperature on a substrate and prior to curing. Dry powders and solid particulate substances of various types are then applied to the jetted inks and locked in place when the ink is cured.09-02-2010
20090110889CONDUCTIVE PATTERN FORMATION INK, CONDUCTIVE PATTERN AND WIRING SUBSTRATE - A conductive pattern formation ink capable of forming a conductive pattern while preventing occurrence of disconnection thereof due to thermal expansion of a ceramic molded body, a conductive pattern having high reliability, and a wiring substrate provided with the conductive pattern and having high reliability are provided. The conductive pattern formation ink is used for forming a conductive pattern on a ceramic sintered body, wherein the ceramic sintered body with the conductive pattern is produced by the steps of applying the ink onto a ceramic molded body to obtain a pre-pattern on the ceramic molded body, and subjecting the ceramic molded body with the pre-pattern to a degreasing and sintering treatment. The ink contains a water-based dispersion medium, metal particles dispersed in the water-based dispersion medium, and a disconnection preventive agent composed of an organic matter and contained in the water-based dispersion medium, the disconnection preventive agent having a function of providing such a property that the pre-pattern can be deformed according to thermal expansion of the ceramic molded body due to the degreasing and sintering treatment to the pre-pattern, to thereby prevent occurrence of disconnection of the conductive pattern.04-30-2009
20100297408Process For The Treatment Of Cellulosic Molded Bodies - The present invention relates to a process for the treatment of a cellulosic molded body which is characterized in that the molded body is contacted with an alkaline dispersion containing undissolved chitosan particles. The chitosan particles are present in the dispersion preferably in a particle size of from 0.1 to 1500 μm, preferably from 1 to 800 μm.11-25-2010
20110008594CONCRETE TEMPLATE AND METHOD OF USE - A method of transferring a design to an uncured concrete surface of a poured concrete mixture is provided. The method comprises the steps of: (a) placing a releasable template onto the surface to define exposed and covered regions; (b) manipulating the exposed regions corresponding to the design; (c) removing the template to reveal the covered regions; and (d) finishing the surface. The template may be variously configured and may incorporate positive and negative portions, which may be alternatively utilized to transfer the design to respective positive and negative regions of the surface. The template may preferably be fabricated from visquene, craft paper, or other suitable material. In addition, implementations of the present invention may be utilized with surface seeded exposed aggregate, troweling, or other surface finishing processes.01-13-2011
20110111189POLYMERIC SHEET MATERIAL AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - A section of polymeric sheet material includes a quantity of primary polymer and a plurality of particles of at least one non-primary polymer. A plastic card formed from the section of polymeric sheet material and a method of manufacturing polymeric sheet material are also included.05-12-2011
20100055419HOUSING AND MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREOF - A housing with a three dimensional pattern coating includes a substrate, a powder coated layer formed on the substrate, the powder coated layer having plural grooves therein; and a pattern coating formed in the grooves. A method for making the housing comprises: providing a substrate; painting a powder coated layer onto the substrate; etching the powder coated layer to form plural grooves; filling the grooves with a colloidal solution.03-04-2010
20100112318Process for Preparing an Encapsulated Particulate Solid - A process for preparing an encapsulated particulate solid using an epoxy functional cross-linking agent and a carboxylic acid functional dispersant characterised in that the crosslinking is performed in the presence of a borate compound. The resultant solids are useful in, for example, ink jet printing inks where high optical density prints may be obtained.05-06-2010
20090022966CONTROL ELEMENT - A control element is provided, in particular for a motor vehicle, including a material through which light can be passed and whish is provided with at least one opaque coating provided with symbols, and having a transparent enamel layer on the coating, wherein nanoparticles are introduced into the enamel layer and the coating and the enamel layer are removed by means of a laser.01-22-2009
20120171438PROCESS OF FORMING A MATERIAL HAVING NANO-PARTICLES AND A MATERIAL HAVING NANO-PARTICLES - A process of forming a material having nano-particles and a material having nano-particles are disclosed. The process includes arranging nano-particles in a predetermined pattern within a matrix material. The material includes arranged nano-particles forming a predetermined pattern in the matrix material.07-05-2012
20110027549METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR EMBEDDING ABRASIVE PARTICLES INTO SUBSTRATES - A dressing bars for embedding abrasive particles into a substrate at a substantially uniform height. Spacing pads, hydrostatic and/or hydrodynamic fluid bearing (air is the typical fluid) maintains a constant spacing and attitude between the dressing bar and the substrate. The fluid bearing permits the dressing bar to maintain a desirable stiffness between the lapping plate and the dressing bar. The bar geometry and fluid bearing design permits the bar to mitigate or compensate for the micrometer-scale and/or millimeter-scale wavelengths of waviness on the substrate, while maintaining a substantially constant clearance to uniformly embed the abrasive particle into the substrate.02-03-2011
20110135894VARIABLE-DENSITY CARBON NANOTUBE FILM AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME - A method for making a variable-density carbon nanotube film is provided. A drawn carbon nanotube film, including a number of carbon nanotubes aligned along an aligned direction, is prepared. A number of thin regions are formed in the drawn carbon nanotube film along the aligned direction by reducing density of carbon nanotubes in each of the plurality of thin regions. A variable-density carbon nanotube film is provided and includes a number of thin regions and at least one normal region having a density of carbon nanotubes greater than that of the thin regions. The at least one normal region includes a number of carbon nanotubes substantially aligned along an aligned direction. The thin regions are arranged in the form of at least one row extending along the aligned direction.06-09-2011
20100323172In-mold labels - In-mold labels comprise a printed sheet and a “cover stock” layer that covers the printed sheet and also provides adhesion of the label to the mold prior to the molding procedure. The cover stock is prepared from a blend of a major portion of polymer composition having a high melting point and a lesser amount of a polyolefin having a low melting point. The high melting point polymer composition must contain an ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer having a melting point of greater than 85° C. The cover stock is characterized by having a non-homogeneous morphology in which discrete “islands” of the high melting point polymer are present in a continuous “sea” of the polyolefin. The labels of this invention are especially suitable for applying labels to a rotomolded part. The cover stock melts during the rotomolding process to provide a protective cover for the label graphics.12-23-2010
20090258202Method for Producing Metal Particle Dispersion, Conductive Ink Using Metal Particle Dispersion Produced by Such Method, and Conductive Coating Film - Disclosed is a method for producing a metal particle dispersion wherein a metal compound is reduced by using carbodihydrazide represented by the formula (1) below or a polybasic acid polyhydrazide represented by the formula (2) below (wherein R represents an n-valent polybasic acid residue) in a liquid medium. By reducing the metal compound in the presence of a compound having a function preventing discoloration of the metal, there can be obtained a metal particle dispersion having excellent discoloration preventing properties. Metal particles produced by such methods have a uniform particle diameter and are excellent in dispersion stability. By using a conductive resin composition or conductive ink containing a metal particle dispersion obtained by such production methods, there can be formed a conductive coating film, such as a conductive circuit or an electromagnetic layer, having good characteristics.10-15-2009
20100159219Negative pattern of carbon nanotubes and carbon nanotube composite comprising surface-modified carbon nanotubes - Disclosed herein are methods of making a negative pattern of carbon nanotubes or a polymerized carbon nanotube composite having an interpenetrating polymer network (IPN) by modifying the surfaces of the carbon nanotubes with polymerizable functional groups such as oxirane and anhydride groups and subjecting the surface-modified carbon nanotubes either to a photolithography process or to a heatcuring process. By virtue of the present invention, desired patterns of carbon nanotubes can be easily made on the surfaces of various substrates, and polymerized carbon nanotube composites improved in hardening properties can be made without additional polymers.06-24-2010
20120308790SURFACE TREATMENT COMPOSITION - The invention relates to a surface treatment composition for paper, board or other fibrous webs. The composition of the invention comprises particles which comprise an active material and a supporting material. The active material comprises a salt or a multivalent metal, such as a divalent or trivalent metal. In accordance with the invention, the supporting material is adapted to release the active material from the particles when subjected to heat and/or pressure and/or a change in pH. Consequently, the active material's adverse effects on the rheology of the composition are avoided while its desired effects on the surface characteristics are retained or enhanced.12-06-2012
20100068482Zirconium Oxide Dispersion, Photo-curing Composition Containing Zirconium Oxide Particle, and Cured Film - The present invention provides a zirconium oxide dispersion which contains zirconium oxide particles, a metal complex, and a dispersion medium and which has excellent storage stability; a photo-curing composition containing zirconium oxide particles which contains zirconium oxide particles, a metal complex, an actinic energy ray-curing compound, a photopolymerization initiator, and a dispersion medium and which composition can form, on a surface of a substrate, a cured film having excellent transparency and high refractive index, and which composition does not corrode a metal-made apparatus employed in a dispersion process and a coating apparatus; and a cured film produced by applying onto a substrate the photo-curing composition containing zirconium oxide particles through coating or printing, followed by hardening.03-18-2010
20110305887Laminates Formed In Part from Laminate Enhancing Agents - A laminate having improved clarity and abrasion-resistant, scuff-, mar- and impact resistance, said laminate comprising an overlay and/or a décor layer formed via the application of a slurry to a respective substrate and/or décor sheet, wherein the slurry comprises a silicone based thermoplastic resin and a mix of laminate enhancing agents comprising cylindrical, fiber-shaped laminate enhancing agents which may or may not be coated with silicone powder or liquid comprising at least one of glass, ceramic, and plastic. The décor layer may alternatively or additionally be formed in part via the application of a mix of laminate enhancing agents and/or the slurry at the printing stage of the décor sheet.12-15-2011
20110318551INKJET RECORDING INK, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE INKJET RECORDING INK, INKJET CARTRIDGE, INKJET RECORDING APPARATUS, AND INKJET RECORDED IMAGE - Provided is an inkjet recording ink including: a resin nanoparticle having a core-shell structure containing a core and a shell; a pigment; a water-soluble organic solvent; and water, wherein the core is composed of a poly(meth)acrylate resin, and wherein the shell is composed of a polycarbonate-polyurethane copolymer. Also provided is a process for producing the inkjet recording ink, an inkjet cartridge containing the inkjet recording ink, an inkjet recording apparatus containing the inkjet cartridge, and an inkjet recorded image including the inkjet recording ink located on a recording medium.12-29-2011
20120003443METHOD AND APPARATUS USING A SPLIT CASE DIE TO PRESS A PART AND THE PART PRODUCED THEREFROM - A split case die is used to press powder, wherein the die parts are moveable in a direction non-parallel to the direction of the pressing axis. The part produced by such a split case die has an external surface with parting line marks oriented in a direction non-perpendicular to the pressing axis.01-05-2012
20120003441DECORATION FILM, DECORATION DEVICE, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING DECORATION DEVICE - A decoration film, a decoration device and a method for manufacturing a decoration device are provided. The decoration film includes a substrate, a transparent material layer, a pattern layer, a plurality of aroma units and an adhesion layer. The transparent material layer is disposed on the substrate. The pattern layer is disposed on the transparent material layer at a side far from the substrate. The adhesion layer is exposed and disposed on the pattern layer. The aroma units are scattered in the transparent material layer, the pattern layer or the adhesion layer.01-05-2012
20120003442DECORATION FILM - A decoration film including a substrate, a releasing layer, at least an alignment mark and a pattern layer is provided. A substrate has a surface. The releasing layer is disposed on the surface of the substrate. The alignment mark is disposed on the surface of the substrate or a side of the releasing layer far from the substrate. The pattern layer is disposed on the releasing layer at a side far from the substrate in the correspondence with the alignment mark.01-05-2012
20090047485DIRECT INCIDENT BEAM LITHOGRAPHY FOR PATTERNING NANOPARTICLES, AND THE ARTICLES FORMED THEREBY - Disclosed herein is a method for generating a three-dimensional structure on a surface. The method comprises forming a layer comprising a plurality of nanoparticles on a surface; and exposing a portion of the layer to incident radiation having a defined pattern at a dosage effective to aggregate the nanoparticles in the exposed portion of the layer into a three-dimensional structure, wherein the three-dimensional structure has a shape defined by the pattern of the radiation and a height defined by the dosage of the incident radiation and a thickness of the nanoparticle layer. Alternatively, the method comprises forming a layer comprising a plurality of nanoparticles on a surface of a three-dimensional template; and exposing at least a portion of the layer to incident radiation at a dosage effective to aggregate the nanoparticles in the exposed portion of the layer into a three-dimensional structure that corresponds to the three-dimensional template.02-19-2009
20110086209FLUORORESIN FILM - To provide a fluororesin film wherein the coating film material is not limited, deterioration of the coating film and the fluororesin film body due to the ultraviolet light is suppressed for a long period of time, and the transparency of the fluororesin film body is high.04-14-2011
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20120121871IN-MOLD ROLLER MANUFACTURING METHOD AND CASING PRODUCT MADE THEREBY - An in-mold roller (IMR) manufacturing method is provided, including the following steps: providing a forming mold, which includes a female mold member and a male mold member mating the female mold member, the female mold member being provided with a pattern structure; providing an IMR film to an injection molding machine; providing an injectionable material; depositing the injectionable material and the IMR film in the forming mold; and performing injection molding operation to mold a casing carrying texture corresponding to the pattern structure. A casing manufactured with the IMR manufacturing method is also provided.05-17-2012
20100009141Method for coating a metallic substrate with a powder coating composition and an autodepositable coating composition - A method for coating a metallic substrate includes applying a powder coating composition to a majority of a surface of the metallic substrate, and applying an autodepositable coating composition to less than the majority of the surface of the metallic substrate. According to a preferred embodiment, the powder coating composition is applied to at least one continuous surface of the metallic substrate, while the autodepositable coating composition is applied to at least one discontinuous surface, such as an edge, of the metallic substrate.01-14-2010
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20090017276ABRASIVE COATING AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING SAME - The present invention relates to an abrasive product and to a method of manufacturing same. Such an abrasive product comprises a structured abrasive coating provided on an upper side (01-15-2009
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20120263927METHOD FOR APPLYING A POWDER COATING TO A NON-CONDUCTIVE WORK PIECE - This invention relates to a method whereby a metalized coating is applied to the surface of composite, carbon fiber, syntactic foam, polymer foam or other non-conductive material in a vacuum chamber utilizing a Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) processes. There are at least three coating methodologies which may be employed to achieve the desired metallic surface characteristics. Through the application of any of the three coating processes, the metallically coated substrate, work piece, will become electrostatically charged. Once applied, this coating will facilitate the next process which entails the application of electrically charged powder coat products (more commonly referred to as Powder Coating) to the surface of the metalized composite substrate. The resulting finish enhances the composite substrate enabling its use in a myriad of new applications and processes.10-18-2012
20100129623Active Sensor Surface and a Method for Manufacture Thereof - Briefly, the present invention comprises a method of manufacturing a sensor surface structure suitable for but not limited to surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy. The method comprises providing (S05-27-2010
20130171434POLYMER PARTICLES AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING A THREE-DIMENSIONAL STRUCTURE THEREFROM BY MEANS OF AN ELECTROGRAPHIC METHOD - The present disclosure relates to polymer particles comprising a polymer matrix having a coating of an inorganic semimetal oxide or metal oxide, wherein the polymer matrix has at least one first functional group A and at least one second functional group B, both functional groups A and B being able to enter into at least one covalent bond with one another, functional group A being selected from the group consisting of an azide group, C—C double bond, C—C triple bond, aldehyde group, ketone group, imine group, thioketone group and thiol group, and functional group B being selected from the group consisting of a C—C double bond, C—C triple bond, C—N triple bond, diene group, thiol group and amine group.07-04-2013
20080241490Sprayable Aerogel Insulation - An insulation structure and a method for forming an insulation structure on a surface provide both mechanical integrity and insulative capabilities in applications and environments involving extreme temperatures and compressive forces. The insulation structure includes aerogel agglomerates formed by combining ceramic particles with aerogel particles. The insulation structure may further include ceramic particles. The aerogel agglomerates and ceramic particles are thermally sprayed on a surface to form a graded or layered structure. The method for forming an insulation structure includes spray-drying and post-drying a mixture of ceramic particles, aerogel particles, water, and a binder.10-02-2008
20080233368ARTICLES HAVING ENHANCED REVERSIBLE THERMAL PROPERTIES AND ENHANCED MOISTURE WICKING PROPERTIES TO CONTROL HOT FLASHES - A coated article for providing a phased response to rapid temperature changes, comprises a substrate and a coating disposed on a portion of the substrate. The coating comprises a polymeric material, a first temperature regulating material having a transition temperature between 22° C. and 50° C. and disposed within a first plurality of microcapsules, and a second temperature regulating material having a transition temperature between 25° C. and 45° C. and disposed within a second plurality of microcapsules. The first temperature regulating material and the second temperature regulating material are dispersed in the polymeric material. The coating includes a plurality of regions of discontinuity formed by the coating that create exposed portions of the substrate to provide improved flexibility and air permeability to the coated article and wherein the coating provides a buffered response to rapid temperature changes.09-25-2008
20080220228ELECTROPHORETIC DISPLAY MEDIUM AND METHOD OF FORMING PARTITION MEMBERS AND SUBSTRATES THEREIN - The present invention provides an electrophoretic display medium including a first substrate and a second substrate disposed in opposition to each other, a dispersion medium provided between the first substrate and the second substrate with charged particles dispersed therein, and partitioning parts partitioning a space between the first substrate and the second substrate. The manufacturing method includes an electrode-forming step, a die-pressing step and a die-removing step, through which partitioning parts and the substrate are integrally formed by thermal imprint.09-11-2008
20130129993LOW-DENSITY WEB AND METHOD OF APPLYING AN ADDITIVE COMPOSITION THERETO - Sheet-like products, such as tissue products made from a low-density web, are disclosed containing an additive composition. The additive composition, for instance, comprises an aqueous dispersion containing an alpha-olefin polymer, and an ethylene-carboxylic acid copolymer. The additive composition may be applied to the surface of the web so that it does not thoroughly or even substantially penetrate the web. For instance, the additive may be applied to one or both surfaces of the web by gravure printing, press coating, spraying or the like. The additive composition may improve the strength of the tissue web and/or improve the perceived softness of the web.05-23-2013
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20120028004Low-Density Web And Method of Applying An Additive Composition Thereto - Sheet-like products, such as tissue products made from a low-density web, are disclosed containing an additive composition. The additive composition, for instance, comprises an aqueous dispersion containing an alpha-olefin polymer, and an ethylene-carboxylic acid copolymer. The additive composition may be applied to the surface of the web so that it does not thoroughly or even substantially penetrate the web. For instance, the additive may be applied to one or both surfaces of the web by gravure printing, press coating, spraying or the like. The additive composition may improve the strength of the tissue web and/or improve the perceived softness of the web.02-02-2012
20130196125RECORDING MATERIAL - A recording material produced by using an ultraviolet-curable composition for inkjet that includes a polymerized compound and a glittering powder includes a recording medium and a print layer formed on the recording medium. The thickness of the print layer is T (μm). When an area that is thickness 0.5T (μm) from an outer surface in the print layer is a first area and an area that is thickness 0.5T (μm) from a contact surface contacting the recording medium in the print layer is a second area, a ratio of the glittering powder included in the first area of the print layer is more than 70 percent by volume and less than 95 percent by volume, and a ratio of the glittering powder included in the second area of the print layer is more than 5 percent by volume and less than 30 percent by volume.08-01-2013
20120088078OPTICAL MATERIAL, OPTICAL ELEMENT, AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME - An optical material which has a relative permeability different from 1 to light having a wavelength in, for example, the infrared region or shorter than the infrared region and which is stable in structure, and a liquid and a solid (optical element) using the optical material. The optical material is a powder used as a component of a liquid or solid to which an illuminating light is irradiated, and includes a large number of resonating elements which constitute the powder and each of which is formed of a conductor having a width approximately same as or smaller than a wavelength of the illumination light, and a protective film which is formed of a disc-shaped insulator, wherein an entire surface of each of the split-ring resonators is covered by the protective film.04-12-2012
20130209758Coating for Polymeric Labels - A coated thermoplastic film is disclosed. The film includes a polymeric substrate and a first coating layer. The polymeric substrate includes a first skin layer. The first coating layer on the first side of the first skin layer includes at least a first filler component. The filler component has a particular particle size relative to the open-cell, closed-cell or uncavitated structure of the first skin layer. Films and labels having improved balance of properties are described.08-15-2013

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