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P0007
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Oxidation Resistant High Conductivity Copper Layers for Microelectric Applications and Process of Making Same

Peijun Ding (SUNY Albany); William A. Lanford (SUNY Albany)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P1108
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Oxidation Resistant PB-Free Solder Alloys

Nikhilesh Chawla (Arizona State); Martha A. Dudek (Arizona State)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0048
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Passivated Copper Conductive Layers for Microelectric Applications

Peijun Ding (SUNY Albany); William A. Lanford (SUNY Albany); Wei Wang (SUNY Albany)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Divisional
P0195
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Patterning Methods and Systems Using Reflected Interference Patterns

Daniel J. C. Herr (SRC); David Joy (UT/Knoxville)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0267
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Patterning Methods and Systems Using Reflected Interference Patterns

Daniel J. C. Herr (SRC); David Joy (UT/Knoxville)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Foreign National
P0428
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Patterning Methods and Systems Using Reflected Interference Patterns

Daniel J. C. Herr (SRC); David Joy (UT/Knoxville)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Continuation
P0514
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Phase-Shifting Test Mask Patterns for Characterizing Illumination and Mask Quality in Image Forming Optical Systems

Gregory R. McIntyre (UC/Berkeley); Andrew R. Neureuther (UC/Berkeley)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0466
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Polyelectrolyte Nanolayers as Diffusion Barriers In Semiconductor Devices

Ganpati Ramanath (RPI)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P1100
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Receiver With Colpitts Differentail Oscillator, Colpitts Quadrature Oscillator, And Common-Gate Low Noise Amplifier

David J. Allstot (Univ. of Washington); Xiaoyong Li (Univ. of Washington)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Divisional
P0560
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Receiver With Colpitts Differential Oscillator, Colpitts Quadrature Oscillator, And Common-Gate Low Noise Amplifier

David J. Allstot (Univ. of Washington); Xiaoyong Li (Univ. of Washington)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0055
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Selective Low Temperature Chemical Vapor Deposition of Titanium Disilicide onto Silicon Regions

Michael A. Mendicino (UIUC); Edmund G. Seebauer (UIUC)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P1137
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Self-Assembly Technique Applicable to Large Areas and Nanofabrication

Karl Berggren (MIT); Yeon Sik Jung (MIT); Caroline Ross (MIT)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0450
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Semiconductor Devices Having an Interfacial Dielectric Layer and Related Methods

Gerald Lucovsky (NC State)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0606
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Sense Amplifier Circuit

Hamid Mahmoodi (Purdue); Saibal Mukhopadhyay (Purdue); Kaushik Roy (Purdue)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Utility
P0002
Abandoned Patent
GRC

Silicon-on-insulator transistors having improved current characteristics and reduced electrostatic discharge susceptibility

Mansun J. Chan (UC/Berkeley); Chenming Hu (UC/Berkeley); Ping K. Ko (UC/Berkeley); Clement H. Wann (UC/Berkeley)
Patent Abandoned
Application Type: Divisional
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