Royalty Report: Electrical & Electronics, Scientific & Technical Instruments, Semiconductors – Collection: 2166

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Scientific & Technical Instruments
  • Semiconductors
  • Fabrication

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 2166

License Grant
Purchaser desires to purchase carbon cold cathodes, as hereinafter defined, from Seller.
License Property
The Company announced the introduction of its first electron emission product, a carbon cold cathode electron source, and the signing of a purchase/royalty agreement.  The Company will supply electron sources in the carbon cold cathode field of x-rays for thickness gages, radiography inspection and spectroscopy applications on exclusive basis to the Purchaser and will receive a royalty based upon gross selling price.

The product, although not subject to this purchase/royalty agreement, can also be utilized for many non-display related applications such as z-ray tubes, medical devices, microelectronics, nanotechnologies, low-power thrusters, CRTelectron guns, and polluted air scrubbing.

'Carbon Cold Cathode' means a single field emission cold cathode device comprised of a carbon based emitting material deposited on a substrate, developed and produced by Seller.

Field of Use
'Technical Field' means instrumentation using x-ray sources for thickness gauging, radiography inspection and spectroscopy applications, where the Carbon Cold Cathodes replace the current technology that utilizes radioactive isotopes.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1052

License Grant
We are engaged in the development of products and services based principally on novel applications of thin films and the application of display technologies. We believe that microelectronic and other applications of carbon based thin film technology will play an important role in the electronics and other industries.

Our research is at FEPET is focused on identifying key applications of this technology. Based on our research, we are currently engaged in the development of uses for our Carbon Field Emission (CFE) technology.  We are also developing electronic display products based on existing technology. Electronic billboards and other electronic display products would provide a market for the Company’s Picture Element Tube (PET) product when completed.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26122

License Grant
The Licensor is the assignee of two United States patents U.S. Patent No. 6,740,224 for an invention entitled Method of Manufacturing Carbon Nanotubes which issued on May 25, 2004; and U.S. Patent No. 7,008,605 for an invention entitled Method of Manufacturing High Quality Carbon Nanotubes which issued on March 7, 2006 and, effective April 27, 2007 the Licensor hereby grants to Licensee a terminable, royalty-bearing, nonexclusive License to practice, i.e., to make, have made, use, offer to sell, sell, transfer, or dispose of, the Licensed Invention as limited to the Licensed Area for a term that is equal to the unexpired term of the last patent to be in effect.
License Property
A non-catalytic process for the production of carbon nanotubes includes supplying an electric current to a carbon anode and a carbon cathode which have been securely positioned in the open atmosphere with a gap between them. The electric current creates an electric arc between the carbon anode and the carbon cathode, which causes carbon to be vaporized from the carbon anode and a carbonaceous residue to be deposited on the carbon cathode. Inert gas is pumped into the gap to flush out oxygen, thereby preventing interference with the vaporization of carbon from the anode and preventing oxidation of the carbonaceous residue being deposited on the cathode. The anode and cathode are cooled while electric current is being supplied thereto. When the supply of electric current is terminated, the carbonaceous residue is removed from the cathode and is purified to yield carbon nanotubes.
Field of Use
The right granted apply to the field of manufacturing carbon nanotubes.
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