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Leonid Selyutin, Jun Zhao: Self aligning lift mechanism. Applied Materials, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa, September 14, 1999: US05951776 (112 worldwide citation)


A particular configuration of a compact self-aligning lift mechanism is provided for lifting the stem of a pedestal in a processing chamber while minimizing process anomalies due to geometric misalignment and binding of moving pieces. The force associated with supporting a stem in a processing chamb ...


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K C Tsai, Gary E Mason, Mark L Goodwin, Nazir Ahmad, Davy Wu, Douglas Cromack, Robert R Tong, James M Poplett, Ronald L Anderson, James P Nelson, Alan B McEwen: Energy storage device. Pinnacle Research Institute, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa L, February 2, 1999: US05867363 (72 worldwide citation)


A dry preunit (10), includes a plurality of cells (110, 112, 114) in a true bipolar configuration, which are stacked and bonded together, to impart to the device an integral and unitary construction. Each cell (114) includes two electrically conductive electrodes (111A, 111B) that are spaced apart b ...


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Charles Z Deng, Keh Chi Tsai, Dania Ghantous: Method of producing high surface area metal oxynitrides as substrates in electrical energy storage. Pinnacle Research Institute, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa, November 9, 1999: US05980977 (66 worldwide citation)


The present invention concerns a process to produce a high surface area niobium oxynitride, tantalum oxynitride, vanadium oxynitride, zirconium oxynitride, titanium oxynitride or molybdenum oxynitride coated substrate for use as an electrical energy storage component in a capacitor or a battery conf ...


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K C Tsai, Gary E Mason, Mark L Goodwin: Energy storage device and its methods of manufacture. Pinnacle Research Institute, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa L, January 27, 1998: US05711988 (54 worldwide citation)


A dry preunit (10), includes a plurality of cells (110, 112, 114) in a true bipolar configuration, which are stacked and bonded together, to impart to the device an integral and unitary construction. Each cell (114) includes two electrically conductive electrodes (111A, 111B) that are spaced apart b ...


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Michael D Welch, Homgqing Shan, Paul E Luscher, Evans Y Lee, James D Carducci, Siamak Salimian: Double slit-valve doors for plasma processing. Applied Materials, Peters Verny Jones Biksa, February 27, 2001: US06192827 (49 worldwide citation)


In a substrate vacuum processing chamber, a second inner slit passage door apparatus and method to supplement the normal slit valve and its door at the outside of the chamber. The inner slit passage door, blocks the slit passage at or adjacent the substrate processing location in a vacuum processing ...


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Nazir Ahmad, Keh Chi Tsai: Energy storage device and methods of manufacture. Pinnacle Research Institute, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa L, September 1, 1998: US05800857 (47 worldwide citation)


A dry preunit (10), includes a plurality of cells (110, 112, 114) in a true bipolar configuration, which are stacked and bonded together, to impart to the device an integral and unitary construction. Each cell (114) includes two electrically conductive electrodes (111A, 111B) that are spaced apart b ...


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Richard L Keenan: Method of construction of electrochemical cell device using capillary tubing and optional permselective polymers. Pinnacle Research Institute, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa, January 16, 2001: US06174337 (41 worldwide citation)


The method comprises forming a dry preunit including a stack of cells. Each cell is formed by placing sequentially a conductive support sheet coated on one or both sides with a porous conductive material except at the perimeter edge surfaces, an ion permeable or semi-permeable space separator, a gas ...


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David J Moll, Alan F Burmester, Thomas C Young, Kent B McReynolds, James E Clark, Charles Z Hotz, Ritchie A Wessling, George J Quarderer, Ronald M Lacher, Thomas O Jeanes, Henry N Beck, Stephen E Bales, Bethanne L Smith: Gas separations utilizing glassy polymer membranes at sub-ambient temperatures. The Cynara Company, Peters Verny Jones & Biksa L, November 17, 1998: US05837032 (37 worldwide citation)


This invention relates to a method of an apparatus and method for separating component gases in a gas mixture employing a glassy polymer membrane at temperatures at or slightly above the freezing point of any liquid present so as to achieve superior separator of gas components. The composition of ce ...



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