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Inventor:
Shacklette; Lawrence W.
Address:
Maplewood, NJ
No. of patents:
40
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7011932 Polymer waveguide fabrication process March 14, 2006
The invention relates to a process a process for forming single-mode, organic waveguides employing organic polymeric materials. The process reduces dissolved and gaseous oxygen content to very low quantities, resulting in production of waveguides having superior properties and manufa
6738543 Hitless tunable wavelength filters May 18, 2004
A hitless wavelength selective optical device includes a first thermo-optic switch (TOS), a second TOS, a first waveguide, a second waveguide, a third waveguide, a heating element and a control unit. The first TOS includes receives a wavelength division multiplexed (WDM) signal at a firs
6728445 Closed-loop control of tunable optical wavelength filters April 27, 2004
A wavelength selective optical device for locking to a selected wavelength in an ITU grid includes a first waveguide, a second waveguide, a heating element and a control unit. The first waveguide includes a tunable filter formed in the first waveguide and the second waveguide includes a
6711336 Low optical loss polymers March 23, 2004
A fluorinated polymerizable compound useful for fabricating planar optical devices includes at least one fluorinated alkylene or alkylene ether moiety and at least two terminal acrylate moieties, each terminal acrylate moiety being connected to one of the fluorinated alkylene or fluorina
6496637 Low optical loss polymers December 17, 2002
A fluorinated polymerizable compound useful for fabricating planar optical devices includes at least one fluorinated alkylene or alkylene ether moiety and at least two terminal acrylate moieties, each terminal acrylate moiety being connected to one of the fluorinated alkylene or fluorina
6487354 Design of low insertion loss, single-mode polymeric waveguides November 26, 2002
The invention provides organic optical waveguide devices which are lithographically formed and employ polymeric materials having low propagation loss. An optical waveguide has a substrate; a polymeric buffer layer on a surface of the substrate; a thin, polymeric undercladding layer o
6335149 High performance acrylate materials for optical interconnects January 1, 2002
The invention provides organic optical waveguide devices which are lithographically formed and employ polymeric materials having low optical loss, good long term and short term stability, good flexibility and reduced stress or crack induced scattering loss. An optical element has a s
6266472 Polymer gripping elements for optical fiber splicing July 24, 2001
The invention relates to the art of optical fiber splicing. More particularly, the invention pertains to methods of splicing optical fibers with other optical fibers or optical waveguides. The invention provides optical fiber splicing elements useful for coupling optical fibers and for
6169827 Micro-optic switch with lithographically fabricated polymer alignment features for the positioni January 2, 2001
The invention relates to a micro-optic switch used for transmitting optical signals between optical fibers. More particularly, the invention pertains to a micro-optic switch using polymer structures to position a microactuator and optical fibers on a substrate so that the microactuator
6162579 Nitrone compounds as photopolymer polymerization inhibitors and contrast enhancing additives December 19, 2000
The invention provides improved high contrast, photopolymerizable compositions suitable for producing high contrast waveguides. The high contrast, photopolymerizable compositions of this invention include a nitrone compound component. The photosensitive composition is an admixture of
5974214 Raised rib waveguide ribbon for precision optical interconnects October 26, 1999
The invention provides a waveguide connector assembly for the precision interconnection of mating arrays of parallel optical waveguides which are preferably photolithographically formed on substrates. The connector assembly has a base with several parallel channel walls cut along a s
5911918 Surface dopants as blend compatibilizers in conjugated polymers June 15, 1999
An electrically conductive conjugated polymer particle comprising an ionized electrically conductive substituted or unsubstituted conjugated polymer doped with one or more dopant solutes having one or more anionic moieties at least one of said dopants predominating at or near the surface
5908898 Intrinsically conductive polymer blends having a low percolation threshold June 1, 1999
Electrically conductive polymer blends are produced from an insulating thermoplastic polymer phase and a conductivity enhancing composition that forms a continuous conductive phase and includes an intrinsically conductive polymer salt that is incompatible with the thermoplastic polym
5853621 Corrosion resistant paint December 29, 1998
This invention relates to an improved anti-corrosion paint of the type comprising one or more polymeric binders dispersed in a liquid medium, said improvement comprising an anti-corrosion effective amount of one or more non-conductive conjugated polymers.
5850498 Low stress optical waveguide having conformal cladding and fixture for precision optical interco December 15, 1998
The invention provides a low stress optical waveguide assembly wherein one or more waveguide cores have a conformal cladding in register the waveguide core. The core and cladding are preferably lithographically formed on a substrate. A connector assembly provides for the precision in
5494609 Electrically conductive coating compositions and method for the preparation thereof February 27, 1996
An electrically conductive coating composition includes an intrinsically conductive polymer dispersed in a film-forming thermoplastic matrix. The coating composition also includes at least one organic solvent capable of dissolving the dispersion. A method according to the invention inclu
5422423 Thermally stable electrically conductive conjugated polymer complexes having hydrogen bonding co June 6, 1995
This invention relates to thermally stable electrically conductive conjugated polymer complexes comprising a substituted or unsubstituted positively charged conjugated polymer doped with a dopant anion substituted with one or more anionic functionalities as for example a sulfonate or
5378404 Process for forming dispersions or solutions of electrically conductive conjugated polymers in a January 3, 1995
This invention relates to a process of forming liquid or solid blends, solutions, or dispersions of electrically conductive doped conjugated polymer dissolved or dispersed in a liquid or polymeric matrix.
5378403 High electrically conductive polyanaline complexes having polar substitutents January 3, 1995
This invention relates to thermally stable electrically conductive conjugated polymer comprising a conjugated polymer cation such as a substituted or unsubstituted polyaniline doped with a dopant anion substituted with one or more polar groups such as hydroxy, the polar group having
5278213 Method of processing neutral polyanilines in solvent and solvent mixtures January 11, 1994
This invention relates to a solution or plasticized composition comprising one or more polyanilines, and one or more solvents capable of dissolving said polyanilines.
5162473 Neutral and electrically conductive poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and processes for preparing sam November 10, 1992
This invention relates to electrically conductive and non-conductive forms of poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and to solutions of same. Another aspect of this invention relates to novel precursor polymers which can be converted into the poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) of this invention.
5159040 Neutral and electrically conductive poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and processes for preparing sam October 27, 1992
This invention relates to electrically conductive and non-conductive forms of poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and to solutions of same. Another aspect of this invention relates to novel precursor polymers which can be converted into the poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) of this invention.
5139703 Neutral and electrically conductive poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and processes for preparing sam August 18, 1992
This invention relates to electrically conductive and non-conductive forms of poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and to solutions of same. Another aspect of this invention relates to novel precursor polymers which can be converted into the poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) of this invention.
5104752 Dual, series/parallel battery cell connects April 14, 1992
A cell has a body containing at least one electroactive material. The body has both a positive electrical connecting means and a negative electrical connecting means on each of opposite ends of said body. Each of the negative and positive electrical connecting means is positioned such th
5068060 Neutral and electrically conductive poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and processes for preparing sam November 26, 1991
This invention relates to electrically conductive and non-conductive forms of poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) and to solutions of same. Another aspect of this invention relates to novel precursor polymers which can be converted into the poly(heterocyclic vinylenes) of this invention.
5042923 Adjustable tint window with electrochromic conductive polymer August 27, 1991
A method is provided for decreasing radiative heat transfer and adjustably limiting visible light and near infrared radiation transfer and glare through a window. The method comprises the steps of: (a) mounting within a frame of the window a plurality of spaced window panes, a first and
5011748 Rechargeable battery cathode from P2- phase sodium cobalt dioxide April 30, 1991
This invention relates to a novel cathode for use in batteries, and to batteries containing the cathode, which cathode comprises cobalt dioxide in the P2 phase.
4915985 Process for forming articles of filled intrinsically conductive polymers April 10, 1990
A method of fabricating an electrode which comprises an intimate mixture of finely divided electroactive material in a matrix composed of a conjugated backbone polymer which comprises the steps of: derivatizing the surface of finely divided alkali-metal alloying metal, alkali metal catio
4893908 Adjustable tint window with electrochromic conductive polymer January 16, 1990
A method is provided for decreasing radiative heat transfer and adjustably limiting visible light and near infrared radiation transfer and glare through a window. The method comprises the steps of: (a) mounting within a frame of the window a plurality of spaced window panes, a first and
4780381 Rechargeable battery cathode from sodium cobalt dioxide in the O3, O'3, P3 and/or P'3 phases October 25, 1988
This invention relates to a novel cathode for use in batteries, and to batteries containing the cathode, which cathode comprises cobalt dioxide in the O3, O'3, P3 and/or P'3 phases.
4695521 Conjugated polymer as substrate for the plating of alkali metal in a nonaqueous secondary batter September 22, 1987
This invention relates to a novel anode for use in batteries, and to batteries containing the anode, which anode comprises of an electronically conductive n-doped conjugated backbone polymer having finely divided elemental alkali metal particles dispersed therein.
4668596 Negative electrodes for non-aqueous secondary batteries composed on conjugated polymer and alkal May 26, 1987
This invention relates to a novel anode for use in batteries, and to batteries containing the anode, which anode comprises a mixture of a conjugated backbone polymer and another electroactive material selected from the group consisting of metals which alloy with alkali metals and alk
4528254 Conjugated polymer battery containing organosulfur solvent July 9, 1985
Batteries wherein at least one of the anode and cathode is a conjugated backbone polymer and in which the electrolyte contains at least one sultone or sulfonate solvent. Preferred solvents such as propane sultone and butane sultone impart stability to the battery and permit the polymer,
4522901 Secondary battery containing organoborate electrolyte June 11, 1985
Secondary batteries with conjugated polymer anodes, such as polyacetylene, contain an electrolyte including a salt of the formula MB.sub.4-w-y-z R'.sub.w R".sub.y X.sub.z wherein M is an alkali metal, B is boron, R is alkyl, R' is aryl or alkyl-substituted aryl, R" is heterocycle, X is F
4472489 Polymeric electrode coated with reaction product or organosulfur compound September 18, 1984
Conjugated backbone polymer electrodes such as polyacetylene anodes are coated with the reaction product of the reduced polymer with a sultone or sulfonate. Such coating may have occurred by using a sultone such as propane sultone in the electrolyte of a battery with such an anode, or in
4472488 Polymeric electrode coated with reaction product of cyclic compound September 18, 1984
Batteries are disclosed with electrodes, especially cathodes, having a conjugated backbone polymer such as polyacetylene as electroactive material and a coating. The coating is formed by reaction between the oxidized polymer and a pyrrole, thiophene, azulene, furan or aniline compoun
4463072 Secondary batteries containing room-temperature molten 1,2,3-trialkylimidazolium halide non-aque July 31, 1984
Batteries and especially secondary batteries employing an anode comprising aluminum and a molten, non-aqueous electrolyte containing admixtures of aluminum halide and 1,2,3-trialkylimidazolium halides having the formula TimX: ##STR1## wherein R.sub.1, R.sub.2 and R.sub.3 are inde
4463071 Secondary batteries using room-temperature molten non-aqueous electrolytes containing 1,2,3-tria July 31, 1984
Batteries and especially secondary batteries employing selected anodes and cathodes such as conjugated backbone polymers and transition metal chalcogenides inserted with alkali metal cations (especially lithium) and molten, non-aqueous electrolyte compositions containing admixture of
4462929 Solution of a chalcogen-containing polymer in acids and process of forming polymer articles ther July 31, 1984
A polymer solution is formed from a sulfur- or oxygen-containing aromatic polymer solute such as poly(phenylene sulfide) or poly(phenylene oxide), a Lewis Acid solute derivative (dopant) such as arsenic hexafluoride and a strong acid solvent such as sulfuric acid. Solvents such as fluoro
4375427 Thermoplastic conductive polymers March 1, 1983
An electrically conductive polymer, doped with at least one electron acceptor or electron donor, which polymer has a main chain of arylene units and interspersed regularly or irregularly between them one or more chalcogen atoms or groups of such atoms, especially sulfur and/or oxygen










 
 
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