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JP2017213329A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2017213329A
Publication date: 2017-12-07
Application number: 2016121244
Filing date: 2016-06-01
Inventor: Ueda, Toshifumi  
Abstract: 【課題】本発明は、歯科治療に使用する小器具ファイル(又はリーマー)(リーマーとファイルはほぼ同じもの)が治療中に歯の内で破折した際、それを除去するために磁力を用いた歯科用マグネット式破折ファイル除去器具を提供する。【解決手段】円柱状のマグネット(1)の中心に0.5ミリほどの穴(2)をあけ、そこに専用ファイルを通して使用する。【選択図】図1 【課題】本発明は、歯科治療に使用する小器具ファイル(又はリーマー)(リーマーとファイルはほぼ同じもの)が治療中に歯の内で破折した際、それを除去するために磁力を用いた歯科用マグネット式破折ファイル除去器具を提供する。【解決手段】円柱状のマグネット(1)の中心に0.5ミリほどの穴(2)をあけ、そこに専用ファイルを通して使用する。【選択図】図1 ...more ...less
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WO2013011683A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2013011683A1
Publication date: 2013-01-24
Application number: 2012004562
Filing date: 2012-07-17
Abstract: A method for producing a membrane electrode assembly
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US2011155318A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2011155318A1
Publication date: 2011-06-30
Application number: 12/979,044
Filing date: 2010-12-27
Abstract: An embodiment of manufacturing method of a flat-panel display device having a display panel and a transparent protector sheet; comprises: setting a bi-directionally Y-shape branched line pattern within a rectangular to-be-bonded area, which is formed of two Y-shaped intersections of a center line and angle bisector lines of the corners, of the to-be-bonded area; and applying adhesive resin onto the protector sheet or onto the display panel by forming circular or ellipsoidal dot patterns of applied adhesive resin so that: the dot patterns are arranged on the center-line segment and on the branch lines or their vicinities; and the dot patterns are arranged in symmetry with respect to the center line and to its perpendicular bisector. An embodiment of manufacturing method of a flat-panel display device having a display panel and a transparent protector sheet; comprises: setting a bi-directionally Y-shape branched line pattern within a rectangular to-be-bonded area, which is formed of two Y-shaped ...more ...less
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US2011155317A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2011155317A1
Publication date: 2011-06-30
Application number: 12/977,389
Filing date: 2010-12-23
Abstract: An embodiment of manufacturing method of a flat-panel display device having a display panel and a transparent protector sheet; comprises: applying of adhesive resin onto the transparent protector sheet or the display panel to form dot patterns of applied adhesive resin; seizing the protector sheet and the display panel on upper and lower chucking parts; colliding of undermost tip of the applied resin onto the panel or the protector sheet at an approaching rate no more than a predetermined rate, preferably in a range of 0.01-0.5 mm/sec; and squeezing of the layer by moving the upper or lower chucking part at a rate no less than three times of the approaching rate at a time of the colliding, preferably in a range of 1-10 mm/sec. An embodiment of manufacturing method of a flat-panel display device having a display panel and a transparent protector sheet; comprises: applying of adhesive resin onto the transparent protector sheet or the display panel to form dot patterns of applied adhesive resin; seizing ...more ...less
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WO2011111428A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2011111428A1
Publication date: 2011-09-15
Application number: 2011051415
Filing date: 2011-01-26
Abstract: The disclosed actinic-light-curable composition contains: an actinic-light-curable prepolymer (A) that can be obtained by reacting an acrylic prepolymer having a hydroxyl group with an acrylic monomer (a4) having an isocyanate group; an actinic-light-curable compound (B) having a benzotriazole group; another actinic-light-curable compound (C) different from (A) and (B); and inorganic oxide particles (D). The acrylic prepolymer having a hydroxyl group is a copolymer having the following monomer units: an acrylic monomer (a1) having a piperidinyl group; an acrylic monomer (a2) having a hydroxyl group; and another monomer (a3). The disclosed actinic-light-curable composition contains: an actinic-light-curable prepolymer (A) that can be obtained by reacting an acrylic prepolymer having a hydroxyl group with an acrylic monomer (a4) having an isocyanate group; an actinic-light-curable compound (B) having ...more ...less
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US7830091B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7830091B2
Publication date: 2010-11-09
Application number: 81/718,306
Filing date: 2006-12-26
Abstract: A plasma display panel includes a front panel and a rear panel. The front panel includes a front substrate and a display electrode. The rear panel includes a rear substrate
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US2008129655A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2008129655A1
Publication date: 2008-06-05
Application number: 11/795,838
Filing date: 2006-12-27
Abstract: A plasma display panel which includes a front panel having a front substrates on which display electrodes each having a scan electrode and a sustain electrode disposed to each other with a discharge gap in between are provided in a plurality of columns; and a rear panel having a rear substrate disposed opposed to the front substrate, on which rear substrate barrier ribs for dividing a discharge space formed with respect to front panel are formed, an data electrode is disposed between the barrier ribs crosswise to the display electrodes, and a phosphor layer is disposed between the barrier ribs. Rear panel is split into a plurality of areas along the direction parallel to the data electrode and barrier ribs are formed for each of the split areas, an alignment mark is provided in a place out of the display region at the splitting border of rear panel, and an insulation layer covering data electrode is provided with a cut to have the alignment mark disclosed. A plasma display panel which includes a front panel having a front substrates on which display electrodes each having a scan electrode and a sustain electrode disposed to each other with a discharge gap in between are provided in a plurality of columns; and a rear panel having a ...more ...less
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US2008158106A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2008158106A1
Publication date: 2008-07-03
Application number: 11/795,840
Filing date: 2006-12-27
Abstract: It is intended to provide a plasma display panel including: front panel (1) having front substrate (3) having a plurality of arrays of display electrodes each including scanning electrode (4) and sustain electrode (5) opposed to each other with a discharge gap being defined therebetween and rear panel (2) having a rear substrate (8) opposed to front substrate (3) and having partition walls (11) for partitioning a discharge space between rear panel (2) and front panel (1), data electrodes (10) formed between partition walls (11) in such a fashion that data electrodes (10) intersect with the display electrodes, and phosphor layers (12) formed between partition walls (11), wherein rear panel (2) forms partition walls (11) so as to divide the discharge space in a plurality of regions along a direction parallel to data electrodes (10), and blue phosphor layers (12) are formed on boundary parts of the plural regions. It is intended to provide a plasma display panel including: front panel (1) having front substrate (3) having a plurality of arrays of display electrodes each including scanning electrode (4) and sustain electrode (5) opposed to each other with a discharge gap being defined ...more ...less
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WO2007077802A2
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007077802A2
Publication date: 2007-07-12
Application number: 2006325829
Filing date: 2006-12-26
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WO2007077803A2
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007077803A2
Publication date: 2007-07-12
Application number: 2006325830
Filing date: 2006-12-26
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WO2007077852A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007077852A1
Publication date: 2007-07-12
Application number: 2006326000
Filing date: 2006-12-27
Abstract: A plasma display panel is provided with a front panel (1) wherein a plurality of rows of display electrodes are formed. The display electrode is composed of a scanning electrode (4) and a sustaining electrode (5)
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WO2007077853A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2007077853A1
Publication date: 2007-07-12
Application number: 2006326001
Filing date: 2006-12-27
Abstract: A plasma display panel is provided with a front panel (1) and a back panel (2). The front panel is provided with a plurality of rows of display electrodes composed of scanning electrodes and sustaining electrodes which face each other by forming a discharge gap on a front substrate. In the back panel A plasma display panel is provided with a front panel (1) and a back panel (2). The front panel is provided with a plurality of rows of display electrodes composed of scanning electrodes and sustaining electrodes which face each other by forming a discharge gap on a front ...more ...less
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US2005281518A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005281518A1
Publication date: 2005-12-22
Application number: 10/525,093
Filing date: 2003-08-27
Abstract: Tensile strength of a tape layer in the lengthwise direction is selected to be higher than adhesive force of the tape layer to optical fiber cores. Further, position limiting portions 111 by which the positions of a plurality of optical fibers 120 can be limited are formed in a flexible film 110 for tape core assembly which film is used for integrating the plurality of optical fibers 120 as a tape. Further, a ribbon-like optical fiber core assembly 301 according to the invention including a plurality of optical fiber cores 302 arranged planarly at designated intervals, an adhesive layer 305 disposed so as to surround the optical fiber cores 302, and films 304a and 304b integrated with the optical fiber cores 302 by the adhesive layer 305. Tensile strength of a tape layer in the lengthwise direction is selected to be higher than adhesive force of the tape layer to optical fiber cores. Further, position limiting portions 111 by which the positions of a plurality of optical fibers 120 can be limited are formed in ...more ...less
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US6835501B2
Publication/Patent Number: US6835501B2
Publication date: 2004-12-28
Application number: 10/142,157
Filing date: 2002-05-10
Abstract: An alkaline rechargeable battery, having an electrode plate group including positive electrode plates and negative electrode plates stacked alternately with separators interposed therebetween, arranged in such a manner that a volume of the separators before the initial charge and discharge accounts for 30 to 60% of a volume of the electrode plate group. An alkaline rechargeable battery, having an electrode plate group including positive electrode plates and negative electrode plates stacked alternately with separators interposed therebetween, arranged in such a manner that a volume of the separators before the initial charge ...more ...less
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RU2235813C2
Publication/Patent Number: RU2235813C2
Publication date: 2004-09-10
Application number: 2001109449
Filing date: 2001-04-10
Abstract: FIELD: sock knitting equipment and method. ^ SUBSTANCE: method involves automatically withdrawing sock blank of knitted fabric from sock knitting machine; advancing loop transfer needles
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WO2004021060A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2004021060A1
Publication date: 2004-03-11
Application number: 0310852
Filing date: 2003-08-27
Abstract: Tensile strength of a tape layer in the lengthwise direction is selected to be higher than adhesive force of the tape layer to optical fiber cores. Further
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US6661201B2
Publication/Patent Number: US6661201B2
Publication date: 2003-12-09
Application number: 10/175,437
Filing date: 2002-06-18
Abstract: The present invention provides a method for controlling battery charging and discharging in which a battery is charged and discharged such that a SOC (state of charge) value of the battery is increased/decreased to a predetermined range when the SOC value of the battery is in a predetermined range; and a range of the SOC values in which charging and discharging processes are performed sequentially varies and a range of the SOC values after the charging and discharging processes also sequentially varies. The present invention provides a method for controlling battery charging and discharging in which a battery is charged and discharged such that a SOC (state of charge) value of the battery is increased/decreased to a predetermined range when the SOC value of the battery is in a ...more ...less
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US2003001541A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003001541A1
Publication date: 2003-01-02
Application number: 10/175,437
Filing date: 2002-06-18
Abstract: The present invention provides a method for controlling battery charging and discharging in which a battery is charged and discharged such that a SOC (state of charge) value of the battery is increased/decreased to a predetermined range when the SOC value of the battery is in a predetermined range; and a range of the SOC values in which charging and discharging processes are performed sequentially varies and a range of the SOC values after the charging and discharging processes also sequentially varies. The present invention provides a method for controlling battery charging and discharging in which a battery is charged and discharged such that a SOC (state of charge) value of the battery is increased/decreased to a predetermined range when the SOC value of the battery is in a ...more ...less
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US6605387B1
Publication/Patent Number: US6605387B1
Publication date: 2003-08-12
Application number: 09/704,047
Filing date: 2000-11-02
Abstract: An alkaline storage battery of the present invention has a negative electrode comprising an AB5 type hydrogen storage alloy containing at least nickel as B element. The hydrogen storage alloy contains 1.5 to 5.0% by weight of a magnetic substance comprising metallic nickel. The above-mentioned alkaline storage battery can effect high output from the initial stage of charging and discharging cycles. An alkaline storage battery of the present invention has a negative electrode comprising an AB5 type hydrogen storage alloy containing at least nickel as B element. The hydrogen storage alloy contains 1.5 to 5.0% by weight of a magnetic substance comprising metallic nickel. The ...more ...less