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US10270082B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10270082B2
Publication date: 2019-04-23
Application number: 15/322,944
Filing date: 2015-06-26
Abstract: The present invention relates to a porous carbon material having a co-continuous structure forming portion in which carbon skeletons and voids form continuous structures, respectively and which has a structural period of 0.002 μm to 3 μm, having pores which have an average diameter of 0.01 to 10 nm on a surface thereof, and having a BET specific surface area of 100 m2/g or more. The present invention relates to a porous carbon material having a co-continuous structure forming portion in which carbon skeletons and voids form continuous structures, respectively and which has a structural period of 0.002 μm to 3 μm, having pores which have an ...more ...less
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US10217540B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10217540B2
Publication date: 2019-02-26
Application number: 13/852,091
Filing date: 2013-03-28
Abstract: Multifunctional nanoparticles can include two or more different populations of nanocrystals that impart a combination of properties arising from the constituent populations in a single, multifunctional nanoparticle.
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US10186343B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10186343B2
Publication date: 2019-01-22
Application number: 15/602,130
Filing date: 2017-05-23
Abstract: Provided are: a conductive composition containing a conductive polymer (A) satisfying the below-mentioned condition (i) and a compound (B) having at least 3 hydroxyl groups, and having a pH at 25° C. of a 1 mol/L aqueous solution of no greater than 9.0; a conductive composition that further contains a water-soluble polymer (C) having a hydroxyl group; and a solid electrolytic capacitor having a solid electrolytic layer containing the composition. Condition (i): the volume-average particle size of the smallest particle distribution containing the smallest peak exhibited by the particle size among at least one peak obtained by measuring the particle distribution by means of a dynamic light scattering method using a conductive polymer solution containing 1% by mass of the conductive polymer being less than 26 nm. Provided are: a conductive composition containing a conductive polymer (A) satisfying the below-mentioned condition (i) and a compound (B) having at least 3 hydroxyl groups, and having a pH at 25° C. of a 1 mol/L aqueous solution of no greater than 9.0; a conductive ...more ...less
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US10175389B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10175389B2
Publication date: 2019-01-08
Application number: 15/280,150
Filing date: 2016-09-29
Abstract: The invention provides an article of manufacture, and methods of designing and making the article. The article permits or prohibits waves of energy, especially photonic/electromagnetic energy, to propagate through it, depending on the energy band gaps built into it. The structure of the article may be reduced to a pattern of points having a hyperuniform distribution. The point-pattern may exhibit a crystalline symmetry, a quasicrystalline symmetry or may be aperiodic. In some embodiments, the point pattern exhibits no long-range order. Preferably, the point-pattern is isotropic. In all embodiments, the article has a complete, TE- and TM-optimized band-gap. The extraordinary transmission phenomena found in the disordered hyperuniform photonic structures of the invention find use in optical micro-circuitry (all-optical, electronic or thermal switching of the transmission), near-field optical probing, thermophotovoltaics, and energy-efficient incandescent sources. The invention provides an article of manufacture, and methods of designing and making the article. The article permits or prohibits waves of energy, especially photonic/electromagnetic energy, to propagate through it, depending on the energy band gaps built into it. The ...more ...less
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US10170748B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10170748B2
Publication date: 2019-01-01
Application number: 15/202,292
Filing date: 2016-07-05
Inventor: Young, Kwo  
Abstract: Disclosed is an anode for a lithium battery comprising a body of carbon, such as graphitic carbon, having a layer of a Group IV element or Group IV element-containing substance disposed upon its electrolyte contacting surface. Further disclosed is an anode comprising a body of carbon having an SEI layer formed thereupon by interaction of a layer of Group IV element or Group IV element-containing substance with an electrolyte material during the initial charging of the battery. Disclosed is an anode for a lithium battery comprising a body of carbon, such as graphitic carbon, having a layer of a Group IV element or Group IV element-containing substance disposed upon its electrolyte contacting surface. Further disclosed is an anode comprising a body of ...more ...less
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US10288957B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10288957B2
Publication date: 2019-05-14
Application number: 15/426,575
Filing date: 2017-02-07
Abstract: The embodiments of the invention provide a conductive composition and a method for producing the same, a color filter and a method for producing the same. The invention relates to the display technology field, and can simplify the process for producing the transparent conductive layer, and reduce the production cost; the conductive composition comprises a modified epoxy acrylic resin, a polyurethane acrylic resin, a polyaniline, a photo initiator, a fluorine-containing acrylate monomer, and optionally a filler and an auxiliary agent; wherein, in terms of weight ratio, the modified epoxy acrylic resin comprises 15-30 parts; the polyurethane acrylic resin comprises 10-20 parts; the polyaniline comprises 15-30 parts; the photo initiator comprises 2-4 parts; the fluorine-containing acrylate monomer comprises 15-35 parts; the filler comprises 0-25 parts; and the auxiliary agent comprises 0-8 parts; the conductive composition is useful for producing a display device. The embodiments of the invention provide a conductive composition and a method for producing the same, a color filter and a method for producing the same. The invention relates to the display technology field, and can simplify the process for producing the transparent conductive ...more ...less
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US10294379B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10294379B2
Publication date: 2019-05-21
Application number: 15/325,993
Filing date: 2015-08-24
Assignee: LG Chem, Ltd.
Abstract: Disclosed are an ink composition for an organic solar cell and a method of manufacturing an organic solar cell using the same.
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US10316047B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10316047B2
Publication date: 2019-06-11
Application number: 15/060,495
Filing date: 2016-03-03
Abstract: Coordination complexes can have a metal center with at least one unsubstituted catecholate ligand and at least one monosulfonated catecholate ligand or a salt thereof bound thereto. Some coordination complexes can have a formula of DgTi(L1)x(L2)y, in which D is a counterion selected from NH4+, Li+, Na+, K+, or any combination thereof; g ranges between 2 and 6; L1 is an unsubstituted catecholate ligand; L2 is a monosulfonated catecholate ligand; and x and y are non-zero numbers such that x+y=3. Methods for synthesizing such coordination complexes can include providing a neat mixture of catechol and a sub-stoichiometric amount of sulfuric acid, heating the neat mixture to form a reaction product containing catechol and a monosulfonated catechol or a salt thereof, and forming a coordination complex from the reaction product without separating the catechol and the monosulfonated catechol or the salt thereof from one another. Coordination complexes can have a metal center with at least one unsubstituted catecholate ligand and at least one monosulfonated catecholate ligand or a salt thereof bound thereto. Some coordination complexes can have a formula of DgTi(L1)x(L2)y, in which D is a counterion ...more ...less
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US10326138B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10326138B2
Publication date: 2019-06-18
Application number: 15/065,564
Filing date: 2016-03-09
Abstract: Materials having charge-storing properties and made variously of dipyridine-fused benzoquinones of formula (1) below or derivatives thereof, dipyridine-fused benzoquinones of formula (4) below or derivatives thereof, or dipyridine-fused benzoquinone skeleton-containing polymers are provided. In the formulas, Ar1 and Ar2 are each independently a pyridine ring that forms together with two carbon atoms on a benzoquinone skeleton, or a derivative thereof. When used as electrode active materials, these charge storage materials are capable of providing high-performance batteries possessing a high capacity, high rate characteristics and high cycle characteristics. Materials having charge-storing properties and made variously of dipyridine-fused benzoquinones of formula (1) below or derivatives thereof, dipyridine-fused benzoquinones of formula (4) below or derivatives thereof, or dipyridine-fused benzoquinone skeleton-containing polymers ...more ...less
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US10167193B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10167193B2
Publication date: 2019-01-01
Application number: 14/863,388
Filing date: 2015-09-23
Abstract: Disclosed herein are ferroelectric agglomerates and methods related thereto. In certain aspects, the ferroelectric agglomerates can be made from particles that have been treated with SbX3 or SbX5, wherein X is a halogen. This abstract is intended as a scanning tool for purposes of searching in the particular art and is not intended to be limiting of the present invention. Disclosed herein are ferroelectric agglomerates and methods related thereto. In certain aspects, the ferroelectric agglomerates can be made from particles that have been treated with SbX3 or SbX5, wherein X is a halogen. This abstract is intended as a scanning tool for purposes ...more ...less
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US10208207B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10208207B2
Publication date: 2019-02-19
Application number: 15/600,730
Filing date: 2017-05-20
Abstract: Polymer shells similar to those described in U.S. Pat. No. 6,822,782 can be formed on pigment particles by (a) physi-sorping a reagent comprising polymerizable groups on to the pigment particles by treating the particle with a reagent having a polymerizable or polymerization-initiating group, such that the reagent will not desorb from the particle surface when the particle is placed in a hydrocarbon medium; or (b) treating pigment particles bearing nucleophilic groups with a reagent having a polymerizable or polymerization-initiating group, and an electrophilic group, thus attaching the polymerizable or polymerization-initiating groups to the particle surface. The zeta potential of the pigment particles can be varied by a process similar to (b) but using a reagent which does not have a polymerizable or polymerization-initiating group. Polymer shells similar to those described in U.S. Pat. No. 6,822,782 can be formed on pigment particles by (a) physi-sorping a reagent comprising polymerizable groups on to the pigment particles by treating the particle with a reagent having a polymerizable or ...more ...less
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EP3422367A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3422367A1
Publication date: 2019-01-02
Application number: 16925406.7
Filing date: 2016-12-27
Abstract: The present invention pertains to an electroconductive paste containing: high melting point metal particles having a melting point that exceeds the firing temperature; molten metal particles containing a metal or an alloy that melts at the firing temperature, for which the melting point is 700°C or less; active metal particles containing an active metal; and an organic vehicle. The present invention pertains to an electroconductive paste containing: high melting point metal particles having a melting point that exceeds the firing temperature; molten metal particles containing a metal or an alloy that melts at the firing temperature, for which the ...more ...less
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EP3443562A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3443562A1
Publication date: 2019-02-20
Application number: 17781636.0
Filing date: 2017-04-12
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EP3441982A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3441982A1
Publication date: 2019-02-13
Application number: 17789488.8
Filing date: 2017-04-25
Abstract: There are provided a bonding material, which can prevent voids from being generated in a silver bonding layer by preventing the entrainment of bubbles during the formation of a coating film even if the coating film is thickened, and a bonding method using the same. The bonding material of a silver paste includes fine silver particles, a solvent and an addition agent, wherein the solvent contains a first solvent of a diol, such as octanediol, and a second solvent which is a polar solvent (preferably one or more selected from the group consisting of dibutyl diglycol, hexyl diglycol, decanol and dodecanol) having a lower surface tension than that of the first solvent and wherein the addition agent is a triol. There are provided a bonding material, which can prevent voids from being generated in a silver bonding layer by preventing the entrainment of bubbles during the formation of a coating film even if the coating film is thickened, and a bonding method using the same. The bonding ...more ...less
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EP3162467B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3162467B1
Publication date: 2019-03-27
Application number: 15815115.9
Filing date: 2015-06-30
Inventor: Shimizu, Takayuki  
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EP2833369B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP2833369B1
Publication date: 2019-04-24
Application number: 13769474.1
Filing date: 2013-03-13