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WO2012001883A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2012001883A1
Publication date: 2012-01-05
Application number: 2011003214
Filing date: 2011-06-08
Abstract: Provided is an electron beam scanning method for forming an electric field for appropriately guiding electrons emitted from a pattern to the outside of the pattern
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US2005139761A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005139761A1
Publication date: 2005-06-30
Application number: 10/993,495
Filing date: 2004-11-22
Abstract: A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized sample and dissociated ions dissociated from the sample as a parent ion; derives dissociated ion candidates by analyzing the molecular orbits on the candidates of the structures of the parent ion; and displays the analytical results of the parent ion candidates and the dissociated ion candidates and compares the data of the dissociated ion candidates and the data of dissociated ions actually measured, to evaluate the structures of the parent ion candidates. A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized ...more ...less
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US2005142429A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005142429A1
Publication date: 2005-06-30
Application number: 11/062,597
Filing date: 2005-02-22
Abstract: A catalytic material and electrode of the present invention are characterized in that the catalyst carrier constituting the above-mentioned catalytic material and electrode includes at least one member selected from the group consisting of nitrogen atoms, oxygen atoms, phosphor atoms, and sulfur atoms. Since the cohesion or growth of catalyst grains can hereby be suppressed, it is possible to provide a highly active catalyst, a high-performance electrode, and a high-output-density fuel cell which uses the same. A catalytic material and electrode of the present invention are characterized in that the catalyst carrier constituting the above-mentioned catalytic material and electrode includes at least one member selected from the group consisting of nitrogen atoms, oxygen atoms, phosphor ...more ...less
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US2004050974A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2004050974A1
Publication date: 2004-03-18
Application number: 10/636,655
Filing date: 2003-08-08
Abstract: A valve encased nozzle device comprising a valve chamber having an introduction port for introducing pressurized liquid, and an opening for injecting the liquid, and a valve for closing and opening one or both of the introduction port and the injecting port, wherein the valve is disposed together with a valve driving mechanism in the valve chamber, whereby the introduction port or the injecting port or both are closed or opened by movement of the valve driven by the driving mechanism. A valve encased nozzle device comprising a valve chamber having an introduction port for introducing pressurized liquid, and an opening for injecting the liquid, and a valve for closing and opening one or both of the introduction port and the injecting port, wherein the valve is ...more ...less
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US2004121221A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2004121221A1
Publication date: 2004-06-24
Application number: 10/733,385
Filing date: 2003-12-12
Abstract: A catalytic material and electrode of the present invention are characterized in that the catalyst carrier constituting the above-mentioned catalytic material and electrode includes at least one member selected from the group consisting of nitrogen atoms, oxygen atoms, phosphor atoms, and sulfur atoms. Since the cohesion or growth of catalyst grains can hereby be suppressed, it is possible to provide a highly active catalyst, a high-performance electrode, and a high-output-density fuel cell which uses the same. A catalytic material and electrode of the present invention are characterized in that the catalyst carrier constituting the above-mentioned catalytic material and electrode includes at least one member selected from the group consisting of nitrogen atoms, oxygen atoms, phosphor ...more ...less
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US2003236634A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003236634A1
Publication date: 2003-12-25
Application number: 10/253,481
Filing date: 2002-09-25
Abstract: A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized sample and dissociated ions dissociated from the sample as a parent ion; derives dissociated ion candidates by analyzing the molecular orbits on the candidates of the structures of the parent ion; and displays the analytical results of the parent ion candidates and the dissociated ion candidates and compares the data of the dissociated ion candidates and the data of dissociated ions actually measured, to evaluate the structures of the parent ion candidates. A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized ...more ...less
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US2003236636A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003236636A1
Publication date: 2003-12-25
Application number: 10/361,599
Filing date: 2003-02-11
Abstract: A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized sample and dissociated ions dissociated from the sample as a parent ion; derives dissociated ion candidates by analyzing the molecular orbits on the candidates of the structures of the parent ion; and displays the analytical results of the parent ion candidates and the dissociated ion candidates and compares the data of the dissociated ion candidates and the data of dissociated ions actually measured, to evaluate the structures of the parent ion candidates. A main object is to cope with an unknown structure substance thereby to identify the structure of a parent ion highly precisely and to derive a supposed structure. A method for analyzing mass spectrometric data is disclosed, which: acquires mass spectrometric data on an ionized ...more ...less
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US2003043239A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003043239A1
Publication date: 2003-03-06
Application number: 10/231,200
Filing date: 2002-08-30
Abstract: As shown in FIG. 7(e), an electric field is generated at timing T3 at which an ink droplet 14 is divided, end moves the negative ions toward a main ink portion 14m As shown in FIG. 7(e′), a resultant main ink droplet 14M has an increased charging amount of −3 q, and a satellite ink droplet 14S has a decreased charging amount of −6 q. When the main ink droplet 14M and the satellite ink droplet 14S have the mass of lm and Qs, respectively, then the relative charging amounts of the main ink droplet 14M and the satellite ink droplet 14S are both −3, Hence, the deflection amount of the satellite ink droplet 14S is approximately equal to the deflection amount of the main ink droplet 14M Accordingly, the satellite ink droplet 14S and the rain ink droplet 14M impact the recording sheet 60 on the same spot or on the extremely close spots, thereby forming a single dot, As shown in FIG. 7(e), an electric field is generated at timing T3 at which an ink droplet 14 is divided, end moves the negative ions toward a main ink portion 14m As shown in FIG. 7(e′), a resultant main ink droplet 14M has an increased charging amount of −3 q, and ...more ...less
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US2003179264A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003179264A1
Publication date: 2003-09-25
Application number: 10/363,822
Filing date: 2003-03-07
Abstract: An orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11 is attached to an orifice plate 13 that is attached to a recording head module 10. An ink absorbing member 111 is embedded in a lower surface of the orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11. A recording ink droplet 14 ejected through an orifice 12 is deflected as needed by an angled electric field 85 and then impinges on a recording sheet 60 to form a recording dot 70. On the other hand, a refresh ink droplet 15 is deflected by the angled electric field 85 and impinges on the ink absorbing member 111 of the orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11 after flying in a U-turn path. In this configuration, the ink absorbing member 111 provided to the orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11 collects ink, so that there is no need to increase a gap between the recording head module 10 and the recording sheet 60 so much in order to dispose the ink absorbing member 111, preventing decrease in recording precision and paper jam. Also, it is possible to perform the ink refresh operation using a minimum amount of ink anytime needed without stopping recording operations. An orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11 is attached to an orifice plate 13 that is attached to a recording head module 10. An ink absorbing member 111 is embedded in a lower surface of the orifice electrode/ink receiving member 11. A recording ink droplet 14 ejected through ...more ...less
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US2002101460A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2002101460A1
Publication date: 2002-08-01
Application number: 09/960,407
Filing date: 2001-09-24
Abstract: The invention relates to a lithographic apparatus for transferring a fine pattern having a line width less than 10 &mgr;m, a lithographic method, a structure for and a method of manufacturing an original master for transfer. The lithographic apparatus comprising an original master on which a pattern is formed within a two-dimensional plane, a slit for filling a medium in the pattern, a medium sump for feeding the medium, a pressure regulating mechanism for adjusting the pressure of the medium filled in the slit, and a lithographic substrate. With this apparatus, the pattern can be batch-transferred, thereby making it possible to easily manufacture electronic parts. The invention relates to a lithographic apparatus for transferring a fine pattern having a line width less than 10 &mgr;m, a lithographic method, a structure for and a method of manufacturing an original master for transfer. The lithographic apparatus comprising an original ...more ...less
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US2002130926A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2002130926A1
Publication date: 2002-09-19
Application number: 10/095,468
Filing date: 2002-03-13
Abstract: A back electrode 30 is provided at a rear surface side of a recording sheet 60. An orifice electrode 11 is attached to an orifice plate 15 of a head module 10. The orifice electrode 11, the orifice plate 15, and ink filling in a nozzle element 2 are electrically connected to the ground. The back electrode 30 has the potential corresponding to that of a charging/deflecting signal. With this configuration, the orifice electrode 11, a pressure chamber 13, and the back electrode 30 together generates an inclined electric field 85 at a position &agr; close to a center trajectory 90. A charged ink droplet is deflected greatly by the inclined electric field 85, at an early stage of the ink flight, and even greater deflection can be achieved as the flight proceeds. A back electrode 30 is provided at a rear surface side of a recording sheet 60. An orifice electrode 11 is attached to an orifice plate 15 of a head module 10. The orifice electrode 11, the orifice plate 15, and ink filling in a nozzle element 2 are electrically connected to the ...more ...less
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WO02083425A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO02083425A1
Publication date: 2002-10-24
Application number: 0203396
Filing date: 2002-04-04
Abstract: An orifice electrode/ink receiver (11) is provided on an orifice plate (13) mounted on a record head module (10)
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WO0015439A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO0015439A1
Publication date: 2000-03-23
Application number: 9904870
Filing date: 1999-09-08
Abstract: An ink-jet recorder includes a head part for circulating ink containing a solvent and a colorant dispersed in the solvent through an ink passage