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Inventor:
Brandes; Anita G.
Address:
Arlington Heights, IL
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6926592 Surface treatment of mechanically abraded glass August 9, 2005
A method of treating the surface of mechanically abraded glass includes a first step of providing a glass substrate having opposing first and second surfaces. The glass substrate having a recess in the first surface formed by abrasion, such as sand blasting. The glass substrate can also
5365790 Device with bonded conductive and insulating substrates and method therefore November 22, 1994
A device with bonded and conductive substrates is disclosed. This device includes a conductive substrate (509) having an electrically insulating layer (515) disposed on a portion thereon. An electrically conductive layer (519) is disposed on the electrically insulating layer (515). Then










 
 
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