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1 US2005003192A1
Consolidated material of coated powders and process for producing the same
Publication/Patent Number: US2005003192A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-06 Application Number: 10/901,993 Filing Date: 2004-07-30 Inventor: Atarashi, Takafumi   Nakatsuka, Katsuto   Assignee: Atarashi, Takafumi   Nakatsuka, Katsuto   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A consolidated material of coated powders obtained by a method which comprises forming a molding by mutually bonding powder particles having a given property and in which the powder particles can be made to have a desired arrangement or can be arranged in positions giving such a predetermined distance that desired properties are obtainable. The present invention shows a process for producing a consolidated material of coated powders which are mutually consolidated, comprising adhering either powders each comprising a base particle having thereon a coating film having a uniform thickness of 0.01 to 20 μm or powders each comprising base particles each having thereon plural coating films having a uniform thickness of 0.01 to 5 μm per film in which at least any adjacent coating films are different in kind, at the coating film or by an adhesive. A consolidated material of coated powders obtained by a method which comprises forming a molding by mutually bonding powder particles having a given property and in which the powder particles can be made to have a desired arrangement or can be arranged in positions giving such a ...More ...Less
2 US2005019573A1
Luminescent polymer and use thereof in bioassay
Publication/Patent Number: US2005019573A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-27 Application Number: 10/490,182 Filing Date: 2002-09-19 Inventor: Kai, Masaaki   Assignee: Kai, Masaaki   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: It is an object of the present invention to provide a luminescent polymer that is useful as a luminescent signal probe for labeling and detecting a target substance at high sensitivity in bioassay, and to provide the application of said luminescent polymer to bioassay. The luminescent polymer of the present invention comprises at least one biotin covalently attached to a polymer that includes monosaccharide or amino acid as a constituent monomer covalently attached to a luminescent substance. Preferably, two or more biotins are attached. Examples of the above-mentioned luminescent substance include cyanoisoindoles, luminols, and acridinium esters, and examples of the polymer include polysaccharides, polyamino acids, peptides, polypeptides, and proteins. It is an object of the present invention to provide a luminescent polymer that is useful as a luminescent signal probe for labeling and detecting a target substance at high sensitivity in bioassay, and to provide the application of said luminescent polymer to bioassay. The ...More ...Less
3 US2005013990A1
Silicone dispensing with a conformal film
Publication/Patent Number: US2005013990A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-20 Application Number: 10/616,598 Filing Date: 2003-07-10 Inventor: Cavallaro, Alberto   Akesson, Jorgen   Assignee: Motorola, Inc.   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A removable protective thermoformable coating for the packaging of electronic equipment. The coating includes a thermoplastic film and a microencapsulated silicone attached to one side of the film. The coating is vacuum formed and/or melted onto a component, releasing a one- or two-component silicone that forms a silicone layer. The silicone layer cures or hardens, and, together with the thermoplastic film, forms a protective coating. The coating may be removed or peeled off, as the silicone will preferentially adhere to the film. Also, a method for applying a protective coating to a component. The component is contacted with a thermoplastic film having silicone microcapsules on the contacting side of the film. The film is heated and drawn down over the component by pressure or vacuum, breaking the silicone microcapsules and releasing liquid silicone. The silicone is allowed to cure and form a coating. A removable protective thermoformable coating for the packaging of electronic equipment. The coating includes a thermoplastic film and a microencapsulated silicone attached to one side of the film. The coating is vacuum formed and/or melted onto a component, releasing a one- or ...More ...Less
4 US2005014002A1
Lignin-solids compositions
Publication/Patent Number: US2005014002A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-20 Application Number: 10/846,813 Filing Date: 2004-05-14 Inventor: Varadaraj, Ramesh   Assignee: Varadaraj, Ramesh   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A lignin-solids composition comprising surface modified solids wherein said surface modified solids have adsorbed thereon thermally treated lignin. A method for preparing a lignin-solids composition comprising thermally treating a mixture of lignin and solids in the presence of oxygen for 1 to 3 hours and at a temperature in the range of 140° to 170° C. to produce thermally treated lignin and to allow the thermally treated lignin to adsorb onto the surface of the solids. A lignin-solids composition comprising surface modified solids wherein said surface modified solids have adsorbed thereon thermally treated lignin. A method for preparing a lignin-solids composition comprising thermally treating a mixture of lignin and solids in the presence of ...More ...Less
5 US2005008848A1
Barrier coating composition for a substrate
Publication/Patent Number: US2005008848A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-13 Application Number: 10/729,106 Filing Date: 2003-12-05 Inventor: Saccomanno, Robert   West, Gary   Assignee: Saccomanno, Robert   West, Gary   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A barrier layer which protects the surface of a substrate from exposure to ambient conditions, including humidity, salt, corrosive substances, and the like, comprises a composition of a first layer of a parylene polymer over a surface portion of the substrate, a second transition layer of a mixture of the first parylene polymer and a second parylene polymer on the first layer, and a third layer of only the second parylene polymer. The second layer may be a graded layer, and the first and second parylene polymers may be selected from the group of parylene C, D, and N. An adhesion promoting layer may be between the surface of the substrate and the first layer. A barrier layer which protects the surface of a substrate from exposure to ambient conditions, including humidity, salt, corrosive substances, and the like, comprises a composition of a first layer of a parylene polymer over a surface portion of the substrate, a second ...More ...Less
6 US2005008858A1
Water soluble luminescent nanoparticles
Publication/Patent Number: US2005008858A1 Publication Date: 2005-01-13 Application Number: 10/494,126 Filing Date: 2002-11-01 Inventor: Wakefield, Gareth   Green, Mark   Assignee: Wakefield, Gareth   Green, Mark   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A particle of a compound of the formula: Xa(YOb)c wherein X is a rare earth metal or a metal of Group IIA, IIB, IVB or VB of the Periodic Table, or a mixture of two or more thereof, Y is a metal which forms an anion with oxygen, or a mixture of two or more thereof, and a, b and c are such that the compound is stoichiometric, the particle having a size less than 100 nm is disclosed. It can be used in, for example, security marking and biotagging. A particle of a compound of the formula: Xa(YOb)c wherein X is a rare earth metal or a metal of Group IIA, IIB, IVB or VB of the Periodic Table, or a mixture of two or more thereof, Y is a metal which forms an anion with oxygen, or a mixture of two or more thereof, and a, b and ...More ...Less
7 US2005112359A1
Lotus leaf-like self-cleaning surface structure
Publication/Patent Number: US2005112359A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-26 Application Number: 10/718,792 Filing Date: 2003-11-24 Inventor: Wang, Ming-theng   Assignee: Wang, Ming-Theng   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A self-cleaning surface structure formed of a coating mixture covered on the surface of a product, the coating mixture containing a polymeric resin and a nanometered metal oxide compound, for example, nanometered titanium dioxide, the polymeric resin serving as a medium to bond the nanometered metal oxide to the surface of the product. A self-cleaning surface structure formed of a coating mixture covered on the surface of a product, the coating mixture containing a polymeric resin and a nanometered metal oxide compound, for example, nanometered titanium dioxide, the polymeric resin serving as a medium to bond ...More ...Less
8 US2005100735A1
Coating metal particles
Publication/Patent Number: US2005100735A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-12 Application Number: 10/888,619 Filing Date: 2004-07-09 Inventor: Arora, Sanyogita   Minogue, Gerard   Assignee: Fry's Metals, Inc.   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A method for preparing particles to retain a charge such that the particles are rendered electrostatically or electrokinetically mobile. The method involves coating the particles with a coating medium which facilitates attachment of a charge director material, and contacting the particles with the coating medium thereon with a charge director medium to impart a positive or negative charge thereto and thereby render the particles electrostatically or electrokinetically mobile. Electrostatically and electrokinetically mobile particles for use in an electrostatic or electrokinetic deposition process. The particles include a coating medium and a charge director on particle bodies. A method for preparing particles to retain a charge such that the particles are rendered electrostatically or electrokinetically mobile. The method involves coating the particles with a coating medium which facilitates attachment of a charge director material, and contacting the ...More ...Less
9 US2005096220A1
Volatile substance-controlling composition
Publication/Patent Number: US2005096220A1 Publication Date: 2005-05-05 Application Number: 10/699,470 Filing Date: 2003-10-31 Inventor: Tepper, Bruce   Ranatunga, Ravindra   Vega, Victor   Urteaga, Ramon   Assignee: The Procter & Gamble Company   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: The present invention relates to a volatile substance-controlling composition comprising: a) a sorbent have a plurality of surfaces; and b) a fragrance component comprising at least one PRM, wherein said fragrance component is impregnated onto said surfaces of said sorbent and wherein in the presence of one or more volatile substances said fragrance component is released from said sorbent and said volatile substances are adsorbed by said sorbent. The present invention relates to a volatile substance-controlling composition comprising: a) a sorbent have a plurality of surfaces; and b) a fragrance component comprising at least one PRM, wherein said fragrance component is impregnated onto said surfaces of said sorbent and ...More ...Less
10 US2005074598A1
Coextruded, hot-sealable and peelable polyester film having low peeling resistance, process for its production and its use
Publication/Patent Number: US2005074598A1 Publication Date: 2005-04-07 Application Number: 10/953,664 Filing Date: 2004-09-29 Inventor: Peiffer, Herbert   Hilkert, Gottfried   Bennett, Cynthia   Stopp, Andreas   Assignee: Peiffer, Herbert   Hilkert, Gottfried   Bennett, Cynthia   Stopp, Andreas   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: The invention more particularly relates to a coextruded, transparent, biaxially oriented polyester film comprising a base layer (B) and a heatsealable top layer (A) which is peelable from at least APET, the heatsealable and peelable top layer (A) consisting of a) 80-98% by weight of polyester and b) 2-10% by weight of inorganic and/or organic particles having an average diameter d50 of from 2.0 to 8.0 μm (based on the mass of the top layer (A)), wherein c) the polyester being composed of 30-95 mol % of units which derive from at least one aromatic dicarboxylic acid and 5-70 mol % of units which derive from at least one aliphatic dicarboxylic acid, d) the ratio of particle size d50 and layer thickness dA of the top layer (A) being greater than 1.3 and e) the layer thickness of the top layer (A) dA being from 0.5 to 2.5 μm. The invention more particularly relates to a coextruded, transparent, biaxially oriented polyester film comprising a base layer (B) and a heatsealable top layer (A) which is peelable from at least APET, the heatsealable and peelable top layer (A) consisting of a) 80-98% by ...More ...Less
11 US2005064190A1
Composition of matter tailoring: system I
Publication/Patent Number: US2005064190A1 Publication Date: 2005-03-24 Application Number: 10/659,090 Filing Date: 2003-09-10 Inventor: Nagel, Christopher   Assignee: Nagel, Christopher   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: The present invention relates to new compositions of matter, particularly metals and alloys, and methods of making such compositions. The new compositions of matter exhibit long-range ordering and unique electronic character.
12 US2005064209A1
Low-fluorescent, chemically durable hydrophobic patterned substrates for the attachment of biomolecules
Publication/Patent Number: US2005064209A1 Publication Date: 2005-03-24 Application Number: 10/778,332 Filing Date: 2004-02-17 Inventor: Haines, Daniel   Knoedler, Christina   Assignee: Haines, Daniel   Knoedler, Christina   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: The invention relates to hydrophobic patterned, low self-fluorescent substrates for attaching biomolecules and a method of making them. The patterned material will not interfere with end use assay analysis because the patterning composition is manufactured so to have very low self-fluorescence in the spectral regions typically used for microarraying applications. Further, the patterning compositions are chemically and physically durable and will not be deleteriously affected by typical chemical or physical processes utilized for cleaning, coating or assaying processes. In a preferred embodiment, the patterned silicone composition is applied to the substrate by screen-printing. The invention relates to hydrophobic patterned, low self-fluorescent substrates for attaching biomolecules and a method of making them. The patterned material will not interfere with end use assay analysis because the patterning composition is manufactured so to have very low ...More ...Less
13 US2005069704A1
Encapsulated pigments
Publication/Patent Number: US2005069704A1 Publication Date: 2005-03-31 Application Number: 10/949,718 Filing Date: 2004-09-27 Inventor: Rathschlag, Thomas   Hochstein, Veronika   Griessmann, Carsten   Schoen, Sabine   Assignee: Rathschlag, Thomas   Hochstein, Veronika   Griessmann, Carsten   Schoen, Sabine   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: Described are encapsulated pigments having an outer water-soluble shell and a core containing organic and/or inorganic pigments and optionally solvents and/or conventional additives. The encapsulated pigments have very good dissolution rates in aqueous systems and are therefore particularly suitable for paints, coatings, printing inks, in papermaking and in cosmetic formulations. Described are encapsulated pigments having an outer water-soluble shell and a core containing organic and/or inorganic pigments and optionally solvents and/or conventional additives. The encapsulated pigments have very good dissolution rates in aqueous systems and are therefore ...More ...Less
14 US2005042453A1
Core shell nanocomposite optical plastic article
Publication/Patent Number: US2005042453A1 Publication Date: 2005-02-24 Application Number: 10/643,236 Filing Date: 2003-08-18 Inventor: James, Robert   Rowley, Lawrence   Hurley, Daniel   Border, John   Assignee: Eastman Kodak Company   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A nanocomposite optical plastic article has a plastic host material with a temperature sensitive optical vector (x) and a core shell nanoparticulate material dispersed into the plastic host material. The core shell nanoparticulate material is characterized by a core defined by a nanoparticulate material which has a temperature sensitive optical vector (x1) and a shell defined by a coating material layer coated onto the core. It is important to the invention that temperature sensitive vector (x1) is directionally opposed to the temperature sensitive optical vector (x) and nshell<nplastic host<ncore. A nanocomposite optical plastic article has a plastic host material with a temperature sensitive optical vector (x) and a core shell nanoparticulate material dispersed into the plastic host material. The core shell nanoparticulate material is characterized by a core defined by a ...More ...Less
15 US2005202265A1
Gas barrier film
Publication/Patent Number: US2005202265A1 Publication Date: 2005-09-15 Application Number: 11/060,378 Filing Date: 2005-02-17 Inventor: Naruse, Hideaki   Sakurai, Seiya   Assignee: Fuji Photo Film Co., Ltd.   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A gas barrier film having an alternate laminate comprising at least one barrier layer comprising an inorganic substance and at least one organic layer and at least one moisture absorbing layer on a thermoplastic support, wherein the laminate shows a water vapor permeability of 0.005 g/m2·day or lower at 25° C. and 75% RH. A gas barrier film having ultrahigh gas barrier performance and an organic EL device utilizing the gas barrier film having superior durability and flexibility are provided. A gas barrier film having an alternate laminate comprising at least one barrier layer comprising an inorganic substance and at least one organic layer and at least one moisture absorbing layer on a thermoplastic support, wherein the laminate shows a water vapor permeability of ...More ...Less
16 US2005170217A1
Magnetic recording medium
Publication/Patent Number: US2005170217A1 Publication Date: 2005-08-04 Application Number: 11/043,966 Filing Date: 2005-01-28 Inventor: Takahashi, Masatoshi   Meguro, Katsuhiko   Assignee: FUJI PHOTO FILM CO., LTD.   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A magnetic recording medium is composed of a nonmagnetic support provided with on one side of the support a magnetic layer containing a ferromagnetic powder and a binder, and a backing layer on the other side of the nonmagnetic support, wherein the nonmagnetic support is a polyester film having an intrinsic viscosity of from 0.40 to 0.60 dl/g, and contains fillers having filler diameters of from 10 to 500 nm at a filler density of from 1/100 to 50/100 μm2. A magnetic recording medium is composed of a nonmagnetic support provided with on one side of the support a magnetic layer containing a ferromagnetic powder and a binder, and a backing layer on the other side of the nonmagnetic support, wherein the nonmagnetic support is a ...More ...Less
17 US2005150427A1
Surface enhancing coating for gypsum-containing floor underlayments
Publication/Patent Number: US2005150427A1 Publication Date: 2005-07-14 Application Number: 10/755,786 Filing Date: 2004-01-12 Inventor: Liu, Qingxia   Ellicson, John   Mcdonald, David   Assignee: United States Gypsum Company   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A coating for preparing a floor underlayment to receive an adhesive, where the coating includes a water-soluble, latex polymer, a defoamer and a dual-function surface enhancing agent. The surface enhancing agent includes a set accelerator that also functions to cross link the adhesive, hardening the surface of the underlayment using at least two mechanisms. One embodiment of the invention is a dry mixture that forms a coating when added to water. The dry mixture includes from about 10% to about 50% of the redispersible polymer on a dry weight basis, from about 50% to about 90% of the surface enhancing agent and from about 0.15% to about 0.25% of the defoamer on a dry weight basis. Other embodiments describe a liquid coating formed by adding from about 1 to about 8 parts water to 1 part of the dry mixture on a volume basis. A coating for preparing a floor underlayment to receive an adhesive, where the coating includes a water-soluble, latex polymer, a defoamer and a dual-function surface enhancing agent. The surface enhancing agent includes a set accelerator that also functions to cross link the ...More ...Less
18 US2005142354A1
Toner fuser member with release layer formed from silsesquioxane-phenolic resin composition
Publication/Patent Number: US2005142354A1 Publication Date: 2005-06-30 Application Number: 11/017,280 Filing Date: 2004-12-20 Inventor: Chen, Jiann-hsing   Pavlisko, Joseph   Aslam, Muhammed   Ferrar, Wayne   Assignee: Chen, Jiann-Hsing   Pavlisko, Joseph   Aslam, Muhammed   Ferrar, Wayne   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: A toner fuser member contains a substrate on which is disposed a toner release surface layer formed from a composition that includes a silsesquioxane and a curable phenolic resin. On curing, the composition forms an interpenetrating polymer network of the silsesquioxane and phenolic resin. A toner fuser member contains a substrate on which is disposed a toner release surface layer formed from a composition that includes a silsesquioxane and a curable phenolic resin. On curing, the composition forms an interpenetrating polymer network of the silsesquioxane and ...More ...Less
19 US2005244623A1
Optical substrate and antireflective film
Publication/Patent Number: US2005244623A1 Publication Date: 2005-11-03 Application Number: 11/091,332 Filing Date: 2005-03-29 Inventor: Nishida, Mitsuhiro   Assignee: BRIDGESTONE CORPORATION   IPC: B32B005/16 Abstract: An optical substrate includes a transparent substrate; an interference spot-preventing layer composed of at least one sublayer, the interference spot-preventing layer being coated on the transparent substrate; and a hard coat layer disposed on the interference spot-preventing layer. In the optical substrate, when the complex refractive index of the hard coat layer at light of 550 nm is represented as nH−ik, nH is 1.45 to 1.59 and k is substantially zero. When the optical admittance of the interface between the interference spot-preventing layer and the hard coat layer is represented as (x+iy), x and y satisfy the formula of (x−nH)2+y2≦0.08. An optical substrate includes a transparent substrate; an interference spot-preventing layer composed of at least one sublayer, the interference spot-preventing layer being coated on the transparent substrate; and a hard coat layer disposed on the interference spot-preventing ...More ...Less