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Easily removed anti-oxidation coating for semiconductor wafers allows cleaned wafers to wait between steps for 48 hours or more
Removes completely at 90 degrees C and a mild vacuum, without residue or contamination.  more...

Enhanced thermal conductivity and control over thermal isotropy for circuit boards, films, and other polymeric materials used in electronic components
The DuPont technology interleaves hexagonal boron nitride with a ferromagnetic material. A small magnetic field aligns the hBN in the desired direction for heat transfer.  more...

High-capacity, lightweight carbon nanostructures for vehicle and fuel cell use store more hydrogen per unit weight than other methods
Additional applications include refrigeration cycles, purifying liquids such as water, and separating components from liquids, such as removing proteins from fermentation broths.  more...

High-speed spin-printing alternative to conductive ink-jet or photoresist printing uses functional particles in UHMW matrix
May offer a less-costly and less equipment-intensive alternative to photoresist for creating conductive lines for displays and circuit boards, in both cases leading to potentially less-expensive production suitable for shorter runs.  more...

Lightweight, moisture-permeable protective garments substantially impenetrable to hazardous chemical and biological agents
Layer allows moisture from sweat and breath to escape via molecular diffusion. There are no micropores in the chitosan layer.  more...

Log 5 antimicrobial hydrogels for hard surfaces, skin creams, and hand sanitizers produces no dermal irritation
Biomass-derived materials, such as aldaric acid and derivatives, provide for inexpensive sugar-based feedstocks.  more...

Nanometer-scale filter with pore sizes of 10-50nm for syringe, gas, virus filtration
Other technologies achieve only larger pore sizes, or their pore sizes are not as consistently controllable. Source materials and equipment to manufacture the DuPont filters are common and inexpensive.  more...

Platform system for greenhouse maintenance and repair also applicable to architecture such as glass atria and similar fragile-walled structures
Cherry pickers may not be able to reach all parts of the structure. Workers have been known to create makeshift working platforms from plywood, planks, and ladders, but all these approaches present hazards.  more...

Printable polymeric optical wave guides and light amplifiers offer order-of-magnitude cost savings over micromachining
Particle size is less than half that attainable by current methods of preparation.  more...

Simplified route to large volumes of linear alkyl benzenes as precursors to surfactants
Enhanced safety is another benefit, because the reaction can take place in an open, atmospheric pressure system and uses no acid.  more...

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