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Inventor:
Brix; Peter
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Mainz, DE
No. of patents:
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8163392 Method for producing an electronic component passivated by lead free glass April 24, 2012
The method for producing glass-coated electronic components includes processing a lead-free glass with a liquid to form a suspension, applying the suspension on an electronic component body and subsequently sintering the component body with the suspension on it. The lead-free glass c
7799712 Low-melting lead-free solder glass and uses thereof September 21, 2010
The low melting solder glass contains, in wt. % on an oxide basis, >1-2, SiO.sub.2; 5-10, B.sub.2O.sub.3; 4.5-12, ZnO; 79-88, Bi.sub.2O.sub.3; 0.0, CeO.sub.2; and 0.6-2, Al.sub.2O.sub.3, and a weight ratio of SiO.sub.2 to Al.sub.2O.sub.3 of <2. The solder glass preferably conta
7569505 Method for producing an electronic component passivated by lead free glass August 4, 2009
The invention relates to a method for the production of glass-coated electric components, wherein the components are, inter alia, passivated by the application of the glass. The lead-free glass used is not affected through purification and processing steps and the electric component is
7470642 Aluminoborosilicate glass December 30, 2008
An aluminoborosilicate glass having a density less than 2.40 g/cm.sup.3 and a specific modulus of elasticity greater than 30 GPacm.sup.3g.sup.-1 is disclosed that comprises the following components (in wt. %): SiO.sub.2 58-70, Al.sub.2O.sub.3 12-20, B.sub.2O.sub.3 5-15, MgO 0-9, CaO
7390761 Alkaline-earth aluminosilicate glass and use thereof June 24, 2008
The invention relates to an alkaline-earth aluminosilicate glass with the following composition (in wt. %, based on oxide content): SiO.sub.2 >58-62; B.sub.2O.sub.3 0 5.5; Al.sub.2O.sub.3 13.5 17.5; MgO 0-7; CaO 5.5-14; SrO 0-8, BaO 6-14; ZrO.sub.2 0-2; CeO.sub.2 0.001 0.5; TiO.sub.2
7308807 Method of manufacturing a leached fiber bundle December 18, 2007
A mesh (36) is placed around a bundle (32) of fused glass fibers. The bundle is then immersed in a leaching bath (44). The ends of the bundle are protected from the bath fluid by furrules (34). Some of the glass of the bundle is leached out, so as to provide a flexible fiber bundle.
7157392 Alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glasses, and uses thereof January 2, 2007
An alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass having a coefficient of thermal expansion .alpha..sub.20/300 of between 2.8.times.10.sup.-6/K and 3.8.times.10.sup.-6/K, which has the following composition (in % by weight, based on oxide): silicon dioxide (SiO.sub.2)>58 65, boric oxide (B
7087446 Method of mounting optoelectronic devices on an optical element and article August 8, 2006
A method of mounting electro-optical devices on an optical element using an auxiliary substrate is provided herein. Electro-optical fiber optic assemblies are also described herein.
6867158 Flat panel liquid-crystal display such as for a laptop computer March 15, 2005
Flat panel liquid-crystal displays, such as for laptop computers. The displays include twisted nematic displays, supertwisted nematic displays, active matrix liquid-crystal displays, thin film transistor displays, and plasma addressed liquid-crystal displays. The displays are furnished w
6852658 Flat panel liquid-crystal display, such as for a laptop computer February 8, 2005
Flat panel liquid-crystal displays, such as for laptop computers. The displays include twisted nematic displays, supertwisted nematic displays, active matrix liquid-crystal displays, thin film transistor displays, and plasma addressed liquid-crystal displays. The displays are furnished w
6716781 Lead-free optical glasses April 6, 2004
The lead-free optical glasses have an index of refraction (n.sub.d) between 1.49 and 1.55 and an Abbe number (.nu..sub.d) between 47 and 59. They contain (in percent by weight on an oxide basis) 60 to 70, SiO.sub.2 ; 0.3 to 5, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 ; 16 to 25, Na.sub.2 O; 0 to 9, TiO.sub.2 ;
6707526 Flat panel liquid crystal display such as for a laptop computer, having alkali-free aluminoboros March 16, 2004
Flat panel liquid-crystal displays, such as for laptop computers. The displays include twisted nematic displays, supertwisted nematic displays, active matrix liquid-crystal displays, thin film transistor displays, and plasma addressed liquid-crystal displays. The displays are furnished w
6680266 Alkaline-earth aluminoborosilicate glass and the uses thereof January 20, 2004
The invention relates to low-alkali or alkali-free alkaline-earth aluminoborosilicate glasses of the following composition (in wt.-% on an oxide basis) SiO.sub.2 >49-65; B.sub.2 O.sub.3 0.5-4.5; Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 >10-23; MgO>2.7-7; CaO 0.5-10; SrO>15-22; BaO 0.5-7; provide
6671026 Flat panel liquid-crystal display such as for a laptop computer December 30, 2003
The invention relates to an alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass having a coefficient of thermal expansion .alpha..sub.20/300 of between 2.8.multidot.10.sup.-6 /K and 3.6.multidot.10.sup.-6 /K, which has the following composition (in % by weight, based on oxide): silicon dioxide (Si
6667260 Glass for thermal shock-resistant beverage containers December 23, 2003
The invention relates to a glass having the composition (in % by weight, based on oxide) SiO.sub.2 about 78.5-about 79.5, B.sub.2 O.sub.3 about 13.0-about 14.0, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 about 2.0-about 3.0, Na.sub.2 O about 4.5-about 5.5, K.sub.2 O 0-about 0.6, which may be used in the productio
6551952 Lead-free optical light flint glass materials April 22, 2003
The lead-free optical light flint glass material has a refractive index n.sub.d between 1.54 and 1.61 and an Abbe number .nu..sub.d of between 38 and 45. It has a composition, based on oxide content, of SiO.sub.2 from 52 to 62% by weight, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 from 3 to 8% by weight, Na.sub.2
6420291 Lead silicate glass and a process for setting a reduced surface resistance of the lead silicate July 16, 2002
The invention relates to a lead silicate glass, to the use thereof for the production of secondary electron multipliers, and to a process for setting a reduced surface resistance of a lead silicate glass of this type. The lead silicate glass has the following composition (in % by weight)
6417124 Alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass, and uses thereof July 9, 2002
The invention relates a alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glasses having the following composition (in % by weight, based on oxide): SiO.sub.2 50-70, B.sub.2 O.sub.3 0.5-15, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 10-25, MgO 0-10, CaO 0-12, SrO 0-12, BaO 0-15, with MgO+CaO+SrO+BaO 8-26, ZnO 0-10, ZrO.sub.2 0-5,
6329310 Alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass and uses thereof December 11, 2001
The invention relates to an alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass which has the following composition in % by weight, based on oxide: SiO.sub.2 60.5-69, B.sub.2 O.sub.3 0.5-4.5, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 15-24, MgO 3-10, CaO 0-10, SrO 0.5-8, BaO 0.5-5.5, with MgO+CaO+SrO+BaO 8-19, SnO.sub.2 0.1-2
6217971 Magnetic disk comprising a substrate April 17, 2001
Magnetic disks comprising a substrate and glass materials which are used in the manufacture of hard disc substrates. The glasses can have the following compositions (in per cent by weight on an oxide basis): SiO.sub.2 10-30, Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 0-5, B.sub.2 O.sub.3 0-8, Li.sub.2 O 0-8,
6204212 Borosilicate glass of greater resistance to chemical attack and applications thereof March 20, 2001
The zirconium-containing and lithium-containing borosilicate glasses have a higher resistance to chemical attack and have the following composition (in % by weight on an oxide basis): SiO.sub.2, 71 to <73%; B.sub.2 O.sub.3, 7 to 10%; Al.sub.2 O.sub.3, 6 to 9%; Li.sub.2 O, 0.5 to 2%;
6184162 Glasses and glass-ceramics with high E-moduli February 6, 2001
High E-moduli glasses and glass-ceramics are disclosed based on the SiO.sub.2 --B.sub.2 O.sub.3 --RO--R.sub.2 O--ZrO.sub.2 --TiO.sub.2 --Nb.sub.2 O.sub.5 --La.sub.2 O.sub.3 system. The chemically pre-stressable glasses are lithium-poor or lithium-free. The glass-ceramics contain from
6096670 Alkali metal-free aluminoborosilicate glass and its use August 1, 2000
An alkali metal-free aluminoborosilicate glass is described which has the following composition (in % by weight based on oxide):SiO.sub.2 57-60; B.sub.2 O.sub.3 6.5-9.5; Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 14-17.5; MgO 5-8; CaO 1-4; SrO 5-8; BaO 0-3.5; with MgO+CaO+SrO+BaO 15-17; ZrO.sub.2 0.4-1.5; TiO.sub
6087284 Aluminosilicate glass for flat display devices July 11, 2000
The invention relates to a solarization-stable aluminosilicate glass which has the following composition (in % by weight, based on oxide): SiO.sub.2 45-68; Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 >5-18; Na.sub.2 O 0-5; K.sub.2 O>9-15; where Na.sub.2 O+K.sub.2 O.gtoreq.10; CaO 0-10; SrO 0.5-18; BaO 0-10;
5908703 Alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass and its use June 1, 1999
Described is an alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass with a viscosity of 10.sup.13 dPas at a temperature of above 700.degree.0 C., a processing temperature V.sub.A of less than 1220.degree.0 C., and very good chemical stability, which can be produced in a float unit and has the followin
5770535 Alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass and its use June 23, 1998
An alkali-free aluminoborosilicate glass preferably with a thermal expansion .alpha..sub.20/300 of about 3.7 .times.10.sup.-6 /K, an annealing temperature OKP of above 700.degree. C., a treatment temperature V.sub.A of less than 1220.degree. C., and very good chemical stability, whic
5763343 Fire retardant safety glass June 9, 1998
Hard glass fire retardant glasses can be tempered in a conventional air tempering plant having heat transmission values of approximately 200-500 W/(m.sup.2 .times.K) yielding in the tempered state a fire resistance period of at least 30 minutes according to DIN 4102 and the safety pr
5736476 Borosilicate glass of high chemical resistance and low viscosity which contains zirconium oxide April 7, 1998
The invention relates to a borosilicate glass of high chemical resistance and low viscosity which contains zirconium oxide and lithium oxide. The borosilicate glass has hydrolytic resistance (in accordance with DIN ISO 719), class 1 acid resistance (in accordance with DIN 12116), and cla
5656558 Fire retardant safety glass August 12, 1997
Hard glass fire retardant glasses can be tempered in a conventional air tempering plant having heat transmission values of approximately 200-500 W/(m.sup.2 .times.K) yielding in the tempered state a fire resistance period of at least 30 minutes according to DIN 4102 and the safety pr
5610108 Reducing melt borosilicate glass having improved UV transmission properties and water resistance March 11, 1997
Reducing melt borosilicate glass having a UV transmittance of at least 85% for ultraviolet radiation having a wavelength of 254 nm for a sample thickness of 1 mm and a water-resistance of less than 100 micrograms, advantageously less than 62 micrograms, Na.sub.2 O per gram of glass p
5459110 Highly chemically and thermally resistant borosilicate glass which is capable of forming a seal October 17, 1995
A highly chemically resistant borosilicate glass which is capable of forming a seal with tungsten and has a glass transition temperature T.sub.g >570.degree. C., a coefficient of thermal expansion of between 3.95 and 4.5.times.10.sup.-6 K.sup.-1, a hydrolytic resistance in accorda
5434111 Lead- and barium-free crystal glass having high optical transmission July 18, 1995
Lead- and barium-free crystal glass for the production of high-quality glasses and domestic articles, having high optical transmission, a refractive index n.sub.D of greater than 1.52, a density of at least 2.45 g/cm.sup.3, high hydrolytic resistance, good solarization resistance, and
5182237 Borosilicate glass for electronic flash lamps January 26, 1993
A borosilicate glass is described of the composition on oxide basis in % by weight of 50-75 SiO.sub.2, 11-18 B.sub.2 O.sub.3, 1-5 Al.sub.2 O.sub.3, 0-3 Li.sub.2 O, 0-3 Na.sub.2 O, 0-2 K.sub.2 O, 9-22 Cs.sub.2 O, 0-2 ZnO, 0-2 MgO, 0-3 CaO, 0-3 SrO, 0-3 BaO, provided that the sum of the al
5137849 Sealing glass for the production of glass-to-metal seals August 11, 1992
A sealing glass is provided for the production of glass-to-metal seals, especially for battery headers, in storage batteries having a lithium electrode. The constituents of the glass, expressed in % by weight on an oxide basis, comprise:The coefficient of thermal expansion of the glass i










 
 
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