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Asymmetric cross-linked polymeric dielectric film chip carriers
This DuPont technology allows closely spaced conductive pathways with uniform (no pinholes) dielectric layers. It is particularly useful for multilayer chip carriers.  more...

Chemical synthesis of lipochitooligosaccharides
Lipochitooligosaccharides are critical to the growth and productivity of legumes, functioning as nodulation factors. This technique is economical for commercial-scale fields.  more...

Electroblowing technique leads to strong, high basis-weight nonwoven nanolayer that stands up to filter pleats
The DuPont technique produces a high basis-weight nanofiber layer strongly bonded to its underlying substrate (scrim). The nanolayer and substrate can be pleated without damage to the nanolayer.  more...

Flexible circuit boards with enhanced heat removal
This technology provides a novel treatment for hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) that enhances compatibility with thermoset polymers and provides increased thermal conductivity.  more...

High current-density fuel cell utilizing lactose redox catalyst
Use of enzymatic catalysts permits the incorporation of the redox catalyst into fluidic microdomains. Higher current-densities result because of locally high concentrations, high diffusion coefficients, and convective transport.  more...

Laminated nanofiber filter media stands up to bag house use and reverse pulse-jet cleaning
Bag house applications are the most challenging environment for filters. The DuPont method economically creates filter media that is strong and easily cleaned. The material can be pleated, sheeted, or formed into cartridges.  more...

Low temperature, ambient pressure lamination of organic semiconductors onto flexible substrates
Lamination resolves chemical compatibility issues between different layers of the transistor, enables a smaller sized donor sheet, and opens up lamination to higher-temperature annealing.  more...

Method for encapsulating nanoparticles
This DuPont method is typified by mild operating conditions for temperature and pressure. It is suitable for nanocomposite polymeric materials, and for drug delivery systems.  more...

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