Electrically conducting materials from branched end-capping intermediates

BJ Elliott (Inventor), WW Ellis (Inventor), SD Luebben (Inventor), SA Sapp (Inventor), CH Chang (Inventor), RA D'Sa (Inventor)

    Research output: Patent

    LanguageEnglish
    Patent numberUS Patent 7,361,728
    Publication statusPublished - Apr 2008

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    Elliott, BJ., Ellis, WW., Luebben, SD., Sapp, SA., Chang, CH., & D'Sa, RA. (2008). Electrically conducting materials from branched end-capping intermediates. (Patent No. US Patent 7,361,728).
    Elliott, BJ (Inventor) ; Ellis, WW (Inventor) ; Luebben, SD (Inventor) ; Sapp, SA (Inventor) ; Chang, CH (Inventor) ; D'Sa, RA (Inventor). / Electrically conducting materials from branched end-capping intermediates. Patent No.: US Patent 7,361,728.
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    Patent No.: US Patent 7,361,728.

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