US Pat. No. 9,348,066

FILM FOR IMPROVING COLOR DISPLAY AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A color display film comprising:
a base material layer;
a high-refractive resin layer having an optical pattern, the high-refractive resin layer not including any light diffuser;
and

a low-refractive light diffusion layer comprising a light diffuser,
wherein the base material layer, the high-refractive resin layer, and the low-refractive light diffusion layer are in a stacked
configuration,

the optical pattern is in a surface of the high-refractive resin layer facing the low-refractive light diffusion layer,
wherein the high-refractive resin layer and the low-refractive light diffusion layer are configured so as to include a plurality
of air cavities configured by a lower surface of the low-refractive light diffusion layer and the surface of the high-refractive
resin layer.

US Pat. No. 9,224,984

OPTICAL FILMS FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY APPARATUSES EMPLOYING THE SAME

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An optical film, comprising:
a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other,
wherein the first surface includes a pattern having a plurality of grooves,
the plurality of grooves each have a curved surface and a depth greater than a width thereof, and
the high refractive index pattern layer is formed of a material having a refractive index greater than 1; and
a low refractive index pattern layer formed of a material having a refractive index smaller than the refractive index of the
material constituting the high refractive index pattern layer,

wherein the low refractive index pattern layer includes a filling material for filling the plurality of grooves,
wherein a tilt angle, ?, of each groove satisfies the following condition, 15°???75°,
the tilt angle is an angle between a straight line and the first surface,
the straight line connects an apex of the respective groove to a start point of an adjacent groove on the first surface, and
light incident through the low refractive index pattern layer is emitted through the second surface of the high refractive
pattern layer.

US Pat. No. 9,349,993

FILM FOR IMPROVING COLOR DISPLAY AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING THE SAME, AND DISPLAY APPARATUS INCLUDING IMPROVED COLOR DISPLAY FILM

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A color display film comprising:
a base material layer;
a high-refractive light diffusion layer comprising a light diffuser;
a high-refractive resin layer; and
a low-refractive resin layer on which an optical pattern is formed,
wherein the base material layer, the high-refractive light diffusion layer, the high-refractive resin layer, and the low-refractive
resin layer are in a stacked configuration, wherein a refractive index of the high-refractive light diffusion layer or the
high-refractive resin layer is greater than a refractive index of the low-refractive resin layer, and

a surface of the low-refractive resin layer in contact with the high-refractive resin layer includes the optical pattern,
wherein an upper surface of the low-refractive resin layer is substantially flat, and
wherein the optical pattern includes:
a plurality of lenticular lenses; and
at least one of the plurality of lenticular lenses has a width of 1 ?m to 1,000 ?m, a height of 1 ?m to 2,000 ?m, and an aspect
ratio of 0.2 to 3.0.

US Pat. No. 9,209,230

OPTICAL FILMS FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY APPARATUSES EMPLOYING THE SAME

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An optical film, comprising:
a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other, wherein the first
surface includes a pattern having a plurality of grooves, the plurality of grooves each have a curved surface and a depth
of the groove is greater than a width of the groove, and the high refractive index pattern layer is formed of a material having
a refractive index greater than 1; and

a low refractive index pattern layer formed of a material having a refractive index smaller than the refractive index of the
material constituting the high refractive index pattern layer, wherein the low refractive index pattern layer includes a filling
material for filling the plurality of grooves.

US Pat. No. 9,507,060

OPTICAL FILMS FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY APPARATUSES EMPLOYING THE SAME

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. An optical film, comprising:
a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other,
wherein the first surface includes a pattern having a plurality of grooves,
the high refractive index pattern layer is formed of a material having a refractive index greater than 1; and
a low refractive index pattern layer formed of a material having a refractive index smaller than the refractive index of the
material constituting the high refractive index pattern layer,

wherein the low refractive index pattern layer includes a filling material for filling the plurality of grooves,
wherein a tilt angle, ?, of each groove satisfies the following condition, 15°???75°,
the tilt angle is an angle between a straight line and the first surface, and
the straight line connects an apex of the respective groove to a start point of an adjacent groove on the first surface,
wherein light incident through the low refractive index pattern layer is emitted through the second surface of the high refractive
pattern layer.

US Pat. No. 9,246,137

METHOD OF FABRICATING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR OLED

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, comprising:
inputting and mixing particles of a first metal oxide and a sol of a second metal oxide into an organic solvent;
coating a base substrate with a first mixture of the particles of the first metal oxide, the sol of the second metal oxide
and the organic solvent;

heat-treating a resultant coating film on the base substrate; and
coating the coating film with the second metal oxide to form a metal oxide thin film on the base substrate, wherein, in the
metal oxide thin film, a matrix of the second metal oxide is impregnated with the particles of the first metal oxide.

US Pat. No. 9,067,781

METHOD OF CONTROLLING ASPECT RATIO OF NANO-STRUCTURE, METHOD OF PRODUCING NANO-STRUCTURE USING THE SAME AND NANO-STRUCTURE PRODUCED THEREBY

CORNING PRECISION MATERIA...

1. A method of controlling the aspect ratio of a nano-structure, the method comprising:
preparing a mixed solution including a manganese salt and an oxidant;
adding a pH controlling additive to the mixed solution and controlling a pH level of the mixed solution using the following
equation; and

heating the pH-controlled mixed solution at a temperature in a range of 50° C. to 200° C. for 1 hour to 10 days to cause a
reaction to take place:

Specific surface area (m2/g)=0.2 pH2+2.

US Pat. No. 9,507,059

OPTICAL FILMS FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY APPARATUSES EMPLOYING THE SAME

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. An optical film, comprising:
a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other,
wherein the first surface includes a pattern having a plurality of grooves,
the high refractive index pattern layer is formed of a material having a refractive index greater than 1; and
a low refractive index pattern layer formed of a material having a refractive index smaller than the refractive index of the
material constituting the high refractive index pattern layer,

wherein the low refractive index pattern layer includes a filling material for filling the plurality of grooves; and
wherein light incident through the low refractive index pattern layer is emitted through the second surface of the high refractive
index pattern layer.

US Pat. No. 9,123,904

LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A light emitting device comprising:
a transparent substrate;
a transparent electrode on the transparent substrate, the transparent electrode comprising at least two transparent electrode
layers, the at least two transparent electrode layers being successively stacked and having different refractive indices,
the refractive index of one of the at least two transparent electrode layers that is closer to the transparent substrate being
higher than the refractive index of the other one of the at least two transparent electrode layers, the transparent electrode
including a first transparent electrode layer on the transparent substrate and a second transparent electrode layer on the
first transparent electrode layer;

a light emission layer on the transparent electrode;
a reflective electrode on the light emission layer; and
multiple nano voids formed on an upper surface of the first transparent electrode layer.

US Pat. No. 10,076,030

FLEXIBLE HYBRID SUBSTRATE FOR DISPLAY AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A flexible hybrid substrate for a display comprising:an ultra-thin glass plate;
a first transparent thin film formed on one surface of the ultra-thin glass plate; and
a second transparent thin film formed on the other surface of the ultra-thin glass plate,
the second transparent thin film comprising a transparent conductive polymer;
wherein a thickness of the second transparent thin film is greater than a thickness of the first transparent thin film, and
the thickness of the first transparent thin film ranges from 10 nm to 500 nm, and the thickness of the second transparent thin film ranges from 2 ?m to 100 ?m.

US Pat. No. 9,425,430

METHOD OF FABRICATING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR OLED

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a light extraction substrate which is disposed on one surface of an organic light-emitting device
through which light generated from the organic light-emitting device is emitted outward, the method comprising:
forming a frit powder by melting and pulverizing a glass;
forming a frit paste by mixing the formed frit powder into an organic solvent to which an organic binder is added;
applying the formed frit paste on a base substrate by screen printing, thereby printing a plurality of bead structures on
the base substrate; and

firing the printed frit paste to form a light extraction layer in which a plurality of pores is formed, each pore having the
base substrate as a bottom surface of the pore and extending into a respective bead of a plurality of beads, each bead formed
from and corresponding to a respective bead structure of the printed bead structures.

US Pat. No. 9,283,652

EDGE GRINDING APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR GRINDING GLASS SUBSTRATE

Corning Precision Materia...

6. An edge grinding method for grinding a glass substrate comprising:
measuring, with a measuring unit, positional information of a cut edge of a glass substrate;
receiving, by a control unit, the positional information of the cut edge;
controlling, with the control unit, a position of an edge grinding unit based on the positional information of the cut edge;
and

grinding, with the edge grinding unit, the cut edge while following the cut edge;
wherein measuring with the measuring unit comprises measuring, with a first measuring unit installed upstream of the edge
grinding unit with respect to a path along which the glass substrate moves, the positional information of the cut edge of
the glass substrate before being ground by the edge grinding unit,

and controlling with the control unit comprises controlling the position of the edge grinding unit based on the positional
information of the cut edge before being ground by the edge grinding unit.

US Pat. No. 9,297,069

CONDUCTIVE FILM SUBSTRATE, PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL HAVING THE SAME, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of manufacturing a conductive film substrate comprising:
preparing the base substrate; and
forming the transparent conductive film on the base substrate,
wherein the transparent conductive film is a zinc oxide thin film which has first texture structures and second texture structures,
the second texture structures being smaller than the first texture structures,

wherein forming the transparent conductive film comprises concurrently forming the first texture structures and the second
texture structures on a surface of the zinc oxide thin film,

wherein the transparent conductive film is formed by atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition,
wherein the atmospheric pressure chemical vapor deposition comprises:
loading the base substrate into a chamber;
heating the loaded base substrate; and
feeding a zinc precursor and an oxidizer gas into the chamber, a molar ratio of the zinc precursor to the oxidizer gas ranging
from 1:12 to 1:28,

wherein a distribution density of the first texture structures ranges from 2/?m2 to 20/?m2 and a distribution density of the second texture structures ranges from 50/?m2 to 500/?m2.

US Pat. No. 9,257,312

METAL OXIDE THIN FILM SUBSTRATE, METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME, PHOTOVOLTAIC CELL AND OLED INCLUDING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A metal oxide thin film substrate comprising:
a base substrate; and
a metal oxide thin film formed on the base substrate, the metal oxide thin film having voids which are formed inside the metal
oxide thin film to scatter light,

wherein the metal oxide thin film comprises:
a first metal oxide thin film formed on the base substrate and having a first texture on a surface thereof; and
a second metal oxide thin film formed on the first metal oxide thin film and having a second texture on a surface thereof,
the second metal oxide thin film comprising an assembly of unit elements each having a polyhedron shape and each having a
plurality of faces each having a polygon shape, a width of each of the unit elements between respective faces of each unit
element increasing in a direction toward an upper end of the unit element such that the faces of the polyhedrons of the unit
elements of the second metal oxide thin film define the voids together with the first metal oxide thin film.

US Pat. No. 9,169,154

METHOD OF CUTTING CHEMICALLY TOUGHENED GLASS

CORNING PRECISION MATERIA...

1. A method of cutting chemically toughened glass which is chemically toughened in a chemical toughening process of creating
compressive stress in a surface of glass by exchanging first alkali ions in the glass with second alkali ions which is different
from the first alkali ions, the method comprising:
applying a paste on a portion of the chemically toughened glass that is to be cut;
heating the paste; and
cutting the chemically toughened glass along the portion on which the paste is applied,
wherein the paste comprises third alkali ions, an ion radius of the third alkali ions in the paste being smaller than an ion
radius of the second alkali ions which substitute the first ions in the chemical toughening process.

US Pat. No. 9,062,366

MULTI-LAYERED ARTICLE AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a multi-layered article comprising:
forming a resin pattern layer on a substrate such that the resin pattern layer has a pattern on a surface that faces away
from the substrate, the pattern of the resin pattern layer being visible through the substrate; and

depositing a thin film coating layer by sputtering, E-beam evaporation or resistive heating, directly on the surface of the
resin pattern layer that faces away from the substrate such that the resin pattern layer, and the thin film coating layer
are sequentially layered on the substrate, the color of the thin film coating layer being exposed through the resin pattern
layer and the substrate to the outside,

wherein the thin film coating layer comprises a NbOx thin film, an aluminum doped zinc oxide (AZO) thin film, an Ag thin film, an aluminum doped zinc oxide (AZO) thin film and
a NbOx thin film, which are repeated one or more times.

US Pat. No. 10,100,985

ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE FOR LIGHTING

Corning Precision Materia...

1. An organic light-emitting device for lighting, comprising:first and second substrates facing each other to define a space there between, wherein a light-scattering pattern is formed on a surface of the second substrate facing the space and a reflective material is applied onto a surface of the light-scattering pattern;
a frame disposed between the first and second substrates along peripheries of the first and second substrates to hermetically seal a space between the first and second substrates; and
a plurality of flexible organic light-emitting elements disposed within the space, at least one portion of the flexible organic light-emitting elements having a curved surface.

US Pat. No. 9,515,295

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE, FABRICATION METHOD THEREFOR AND ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE INCLUDING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, the method comprising:
forming a photonic crystal pattern having a non-periodic structure on a base substrate by bar coating while controlling a
rolling speed of a rolling bar for the bar coating; and

forming a matrix layer such that a surface of the matrix layer adjoining an organic light-emitting diode portion of an organic
light-emitting device forms a flat surface and the photonic crystal pattern is positioned inside the matrix layer,

wherein the light extraction substrate is disposed on one surface of the organic light-emitting diode portion through which
light from the organic light-emitting diode portion is emitted.

US Pat. No. 9,442,313

THERMOCHROMIC WINDOW AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

SAMSUNG CORNING PRECISION...

1. A thermochromic window comprising:
a substrate;
a plurality of nanodots formed on the substrate; and
a thermochromic thin film coating the substrate and the nanodots to form a valley portion on the substrate and a peak portion
on the nanodots, the thermochromic thin film being made of a thermochromic material,

wherein a thickness of the valley portion of the thermochromic thin film extending normal to the substrate is smaller than
a thickness of the peak portion of the thermochromic thin film extending normal to the nanodots, and

the plurality of nanodots increases visible light transmittance such that the thermochromic window has higher visible light
transmittance than when the plurality of nanodots is removed from the thermochromic window.

US Pat. No. 9,221,714

APPARATUS FOR CHEMICALLY TOUGHENING GLASS AND METHOD OF CHEMICALLY TOUGHENING GLASS USING THE SAME

SAMSUNG CORNING PRECISION...

1. A method of chemically toughening glass using an apparatus for chemically toughening the glass, the apparatus comprising
a chemical toughening bath containing a solution for chemically toughening the glass and a microwave generator, the method
comprising:
continuously transporting the glass from upstream of the chemical toughening bath through the solution contained in the chemical
toughening bath to downstream of the chemical toughening bath; and

chemically toughening the glass with the microwave generator radiating microwaves to the glass while the glass passes through
the solution.

US Pat. No. 9,666,835

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE COMPRISING A FIBERGLASS STRUCTURE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, comprising:
a base substrate;
a matrix layer disposed on the base substrate, the matrix layer being formed from a frit; and
a fiberglass structure completely surrounded by the matrix layer,
wherein the matrix layer and the fiberglass structure form an internal light extraction layer of the organic light-emitting
device.

US Pat. No. 9,464,351

METHOD OF FABRICATING LIGHT-SCATTERING SUBSTRATE

CORNING PRECISION MATERIA...

1. A method of fabricating a light-scattering substrate of an organic light emitting device, the method comprising:
loading a base substrate into a chamber; and
forming a light-scattering layer on the base substrate by chemical vapor deposition such that the light-scattering layer is
disposed between the base substrate and an organic light-emitting layer of the organic light emitting device, by supplying
a Ti source and an oxidizer including H2O into the chamber, thereby producing the light-scattering substrate of the organic light emitting device scattering light
generated by the organic light emitting layer, while the light is emitted outward through the light scattering substrate,

wherein, in the process of forming the light-scattering layer, a mole ratio of the H2O with respect to the Ti is 10 or greater.

US Pat. No. 9,214,648

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE HAVING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A light extraction substrate comprising:
a base substrate;
a matrix layer, wherein one surface of the matrix layer adjoins to the base substrate, and the other surface of the matrix
layer adjoins to an organic light-emitting diode; and

a plurality of rod arrays disposed inside the matrix layer, each rod array comprising a plurality of rods which are arranged
in a direction normal to the one surface of the matrix layer, the rods in each rod array being spaced apart from one another
in the normal direction,

wherein the plurality of rod arrays serve as a director of an antenna structure, and a cathode of the organic light emitting
diode serves as a reflector of the antenna structure, such that the plurality of rod arrays and the cathode form the antenna
structure which guides light generated from the organic light-emitting diode to be emitted in the normal direction.

US Pat. No. 9,146,408

THERMOCHROMIC WINDOW

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A thermochromic window comprising:
a substrate;
a transparent conductive film deposited on the substrate, wherein a resistivity of the transparent conductive film is 1*10?3 ?m or less; and

a thermochromic thin film deposited on the transparent conductive film such that the transparent conductive thin film and
the thermochromic thin film are sequentially formed on the substrate,

wherein an emissivity of the transparent conductive film is lower than an emissivity of the thermochromic thin film.

US Pat. No. 9,118,034

METAL OXIDE THIN FILM SUBSTRATE FOR OLED AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

Samsung Corning Precision...

1. A method of fabricating a metal oxide thin film substrate of an organic light emitting device, comprising:
converting at least two metal oxides having different refractive indices into respective sol-gel solutions;
mixing the sol-gel solutions to form a mixture;
coating a base substrate with the mixture;
drying the mixture that coats the base substrate of the organic light emitting device; and
firing the dried mixture into a metal oxide thin film,
wherein mixing the sol-gel solutions comprises mixing the sol-gel solutions at a composition ratio between the metal oxides
that is positioned within a miscibility gap depending on temperature in a phase diagram.

US Pat. No. 9,514,857

ZINC OXIDE PRECURSOR AND METHOD OF DEPOSITING ZINC OXIDE-BASED THIN FILM USING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of depositing a zinc oxide-based thin film on a substrate by chemical vapor deposition, comprising depositing
the zinc oxide-based thin film using a zinc oxide precursor and an oxidizer, the zinc oxide precursor comprising:
a mixture solvent comprising at least two organic solvents which are mixed; and
a zinc oxide precursor source material which is diluted in the mixture solvent,
wherein a ratio of the at least two organic solvents is set to be such that a vapor pressure of the mixture solvent is substantially
identical to a vapor pressure of the zinc oxide precursor source material.

US Pat. No. 10,026,683

INTEGRATED CIRCUIT PACKAGE SUBSTRATE

CORNING PRECISION MATERIA...

1. A substrate for an integrated circuit package, comprising:a core formed from glass;
a first metal thin film disposed on the core, the first metal thin film comprising copper (Cu);
a second metal thin film disposed below the core, the second metal thin film comprising Cu;
a metal line extending through the first metal thin film, the core, and the second metal thin film to electrically connect the first metal thin film and the second metal thin film to each other, the metal line comprising Cu; and
an interlayer disposed on an outer circumferential surface of the metal line, the interlayer comprising one selected from the group consisting of Cu2O, Cu2O doped with a first transition metal, and a metal oxide comprising Cu and a second transition metal.

US Pat. No. 9,657,385

METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THERMOCHROMIC SUBSTRATE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of manufacturing a thermochromic substrate, comprising:
coating a base substrate with a first thin film;
coating the first thin film with a pre-thermochromic thin film, the pre-thermochromic thin film comprising a composition having
a formula AxBz, where A is a metal, and B is oxygen,

and x and z are relative molar proportions of the metal A and of oxygen, respectively, wherein z can be zero or greater;
coating the pre-thermochromic thin film with a second thin film,
wherein each of the first thin film and the second thin film comprises at least one of a transparent oxide thin film or a
transparent nitride thin film, the transparent oxide thin film or the transparent nitride thin film comprises at least one
selected from the group consisting of silicon dioxide (SiO2), niobium pentoxide (Nb2O5), aluminum oxide (Al2O3), titanium dioxide (TiO2), and silicon nitride (Si3N4), and at least one of the first thin film and the second thin film comprises an oxide thin film; and

modifying the pre-thermochromic thin film into a thermochromic thin film having a formula AxBy, where x and y are relative molar proportions of the metal A and of oxygen, respectively, wherein a ratio of y to x in the
formula for the thermochromic thin film is greater than a ratio of z to x in the formula for the pre-thermochromic thin film,
the thermochromic thin film being one selected from the group consisting of vanadium dioxide (VO2), titanium oxide (III) (Ti2O3) and niobium oxide (NbO2), by heat-treating a resultant stack that includes the base substrate, the first thin film, the pre-thermochromic thin film
and the second thin film, wherein heat-treating the resultant stack makes oxygen diffuse from at least one of the first thin
film and the second thin film into the pre-thermochromic thin film, so that the pre-thermochromic thin film is modified into
the thermochromic thin film,

wherein each refractive index of the first thin film and the second thin film is different from that of the thermochromic
thin film.

US Pat. No. 9,590,210

METHOD OF EVALUATING IMAGE BLUR OF OPTICAL FILM AND OPTICAL FILM WITH REDUCED IMAGE BLUR

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An optical film comprising:
a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other, wherein the first
surface comprises a pattern including a plurality of grooves and the high refractive index pattern layer is formed of a material
having a refractive index greater than 1; and

a low refractive index pattern layer comprising a material having a refractive index less than the refractive index of the
high refractive index pattern layer, wherein the low refractive index pattern layer comprises protrusions in matching shape
to the plurality of grooves,

wherein the optical film satisfies the following condition:

wherein LB denotes a blur width of a display panel including the optical film, and LB,0 denotes the blur width of the display panel not including the optical film.

US Pat. No. 9,475,728

TOUGHENED GLASS FABRICATION METHOD AND TOUGHENED GLASS FABRICATED THEREBY

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A toughened glass fabrication method comprising:
mounting jigs on an upper surface and an undersurface of a raw glass such that an injection space through which a salt mixture
gel is to be injected is defined between each of the jigs and the raw glass, thereby dispensing with a salt mixture containing
bath for dipping the raw glass therein;

injecting the salt mixture gel into the injection spaces; and
heat-treating the raw glass on which the jigs are mounted.

US Pat. No. 9,310,176

METHOD OF MEASURING FLATNESS OF CHAMFERING TABLE

CORNING PRECISION MATERIA...

1. A method of measuring a flatness of a chamfering table, comprising:
positioning a substrate on the chamfering table;
chamfering an edge of the substrate a plurality of times with a chamfering wheel while varying a relative height with respect
to a height of the substrate such that the chamfering wheel has different values of the relative height respective times;

locating symmetric chamfered points where the chamfered edge is top-bottom symmetric, and matching the values of the relative
height of the chamfering wheel to the located symmetric chamfered points; and

obtaining the flatness of the chamfering table from the values of the relative height of the chamfering wheel that are matched
to the symmetric chamfered points.

US Pat. No. 9,837,636

SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE WITH ENHANCED LIGHT EXTRACTION EFFICIENCY, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE HAVING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. An organic light-emitting device comprising:
an organic light-emitting part which includes an anode, an organic light-emitting layer and a cathode which are stacked on
each other, and

a transparent substrate comprising a porous layer including pores in at least one portion of a surface thereof that adjoins
the organic light-emitting part, a refractive index of the porous layer being smaller than a refractive index of the transparent
substrate,

wherein the porous layer is formed such that at least one component from among components of the transparent substrate except
for silicon dioxide is eluted from the transparent substrate, and the pores are created inside the transparent substrate by
the eluting the at least one component, and

wherein the porous layer is configured as a pattern in plan view, and thereby comprises a porous layer pattern.

US Pat. No. 9,721,734

GRAPHENE-NANOMATERIAL COMPOSITE, ELECTRODE AND ELECTRIC DEVICE INCLUDING THE SAME, AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE GRAPHENE-NANOMATERIAL COMPOSITE

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A graphene-nanomaterial composite, comprising:
a graphene stacked structure including a plurality of graphene films stacked on one another in a planar form; and
a nanomaterial between the plurality of graphene films and bonded to at least one of the plurality of graphene films by a
chemical bond,

wherein the chemical bond is a covalent bond or an ionic bond, and
wherein the covalent bond includes at least one selected from an ether group, a carbonate anhydride group; and an acid anhydride
group.

US Pat. No. 9,711,762

SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME, AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE COMPRISING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a substrate for an organic light-emitting device, the method comprising:
forming a light-scattering layer by depositing light-scattering particles on a base substrate which is disposed on one surface
of an organic light-emitting device through which light from the organic light-emitting device is emitted by dry deposition
such that a number of pores are formed between the light-scattering particles, wherein the light-scattering particles are
deposited on the base substrate using a precursor and an oxidizer, the precursor being selected from the group consisting
of a ZnO precursor of diethyl zinc, a SiO2 precursor of tetraethyl orthosilicate and a TiO2 precursor of titanium isoproxide; and

forming a transparent conductive film by depositing a conductive metal oxide on the light-scattering layer by dry deposition
such that the conductive metal oxide fills all or parts of the number of pores between the light-scattering particles.

US Pat. No. 9,688,571

METHOD OF FABRICATING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of fabricating a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, the method comprising:
applying water glass on a surface of a glass substrate;
heat-treating the water glass applied on the surface of the glass substrate such that the surface of the glass substrate is
roughened;

removing the heat-treated water glass from the glass substrate; and
forming a planarization layer of a glass frit on the roughened surface of the glass substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,656,907

LOW EXPANSION GLASS FILLER, METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME AND GLASS FRIT INCLUDING THE SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A laser sealing glass frit, comprising:
a mixture comprising a vehicle, a glass powder, and a glass filler having a transmittance of 80% or greater at a wavelength
ranging from 630 to 920 nm,

the glass filler being made from a base material composition comprising SiO2, Al2O3, B2O3 and CaCO3 by melting, cooling and then crushing the base material composition,

wherein the laser sealing glass frit is adapted for application between first and second glass substrates to form a seal between
the first and second substrates.

US Pat. No. 9,570,709

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING ULTRATHIN ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE

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1. A method for manufacturing an ultrathin organic light-emitting device, comprising:
coating a support with a polymeric material;
forming an overlayer on the polymeric material, forming the overlayer comprising coating the polymeric material with frit
paste;

heat-treating a resultant structure at a temperature where the polymeric material decomposes such that a light extraction
substrate formed from the overlayer through the heat treatment is separated from the support, the light extraction substrate
comprising a frit substrate formed from the frit paste through the heat treatment; and

forming a device layer on one surface of the light extraction substrate which has coated the polymeric material, the device
layer comprising a first electrode, an organic light-emitting layer and a second electrode which are sequentially disposed
on the one surface of the frit substrate.

US Pat. No. 9,960,387

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT, LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT, AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT COMPRISING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

10. A light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, comprising:a base substrate;
a matrix layer disposed on the base substrate;
a number of scattering particles dispersed within the matrix layer;
a first electrode filling cracks formed in the matrix layer and formed from metal; and
a second electrode disposed on the matrix layer and the first electrode.

US Pat. No. 9,793,516

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT INCLUDING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

10. A method of fabricating a light extraction substrate which is disposed on one surface of an organic light-emitting diode
through which light from the organic light-emitting diode is emitted, the method comprising:
forming a photonic crystal pattern on a base substrate; and
forming a planarization layer on the photonic crystal pattern by a process resulting in thermal effect, leaving a number of
air voids between the photonic crystal pattern and the planarization layer, the number of air voids having random shapes and
being irregularly distributed.

US Pat. No. 9,656,368

DEVICE FOR GRIPPING SUBSTRATE WITHOUT CONTACT

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1. A device for gripping a substrate without contact comprising:
a housing cap in which
an air inlet through which air is introduced is formed in an upper surface and communicates with a lower opening such that
the introduced air exits through the lower opening,

an undersurface surrounding the lower opening forms a horizontal surface,
a contour of the lower opening in its vertical cross section is convexly rounded such that the introduced air is guided along
the undersurface of the housing cap;

a nozzle disposed in an inner hollow space of the housing cap, wherein the nozzle has an inclined surface such that a width
of the nozzle gradually decreasing in a direction from an undersurface of the nozzle to an upper surface of the nozzle, the
undersurface of the nozzle being formed at a predetermined distance from an inner surface of the housing cap; and

an ultrasonic shaker which applies ultrasonic vibration to the housing cap,
wherein the housing cap has a protruding portion which is formed at an upper position than the undersurface of the housing
cap,

wherein the protruding portion is formed in a horizontal direction from sides of the housing cap.

US Pat. No. 10,134,652

SUBSTRATE FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT PACKAGE

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1. An integrated circuit package substrate sandwiched between a semiconductor chip and a printed circuit board to electrically connect the semiconductor chip and the printed circuit board, the integrated circuit package substrate comprising:an ultra-thin glass sheet;
a first thermal expansion coefficient control layer provided on a top surface of the ultra-thin glass sheet;
a first thin metal film provided on a top surface of the first thermal expansion coefficient control layer to be connected to a semiconductor chip; and
a second thin metal film provided on a bottom surface of the ultra-thin glass sheet to be connected to a printed circuit board,
wherein the first thermal expansion coefficient control layer is formed from a material having a different coefficient of thermal expansion from the semiconductor chip and the ultra-thin glass sheet, and
wherein a thickness of the ultra-thin glass sheet depends on a thickness of the semiconductor chip and a thickness of the first thermal expansion coefficient control layer.

US Pat. No. 10,050,234

OPTICAL FILM FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY DEVICE EMPLOYING THE SAME

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An optical film comprising:a high refractive index pattern layer including a first surface and a second surface facing each other, wherein the first surface includes a pattern having a plurality of grooves and a flat surface between the plurality of grooves, the plurality of grooves is repeatedly arranged along a first direction and repeatedly arranged along a second direction perpendicular to the first direction, and a cross-sectional shape of each of the plurality of grooves, when viewed from a plan view parallel to the flat surface, has an anisotropic shape, in which a length in a first axial direction and a length in a second axial direction, which is perpendicular to the first axial direction, are different from each other, the first axial direction and the second axial direction being parallel to the flat surface; and
a low refractive index pattern layer comprising a plurality of fillers corresponding to the plurality of grooves and a flat portion which connects the plurality of fillers, the plurality of fillers and the flat portion comprising a material having a refractive index less than the refractive index of the high refractive index pattern layer, each of the plurality of fillers having an aspheric surface,
wherein light incident through the low refractive index pattern layer including the plurality of fillers corresponding to the plurality of grooves is emitted through the second surface of the high refractive index pattern layer including the pattern having the plurality of grooves, so that color shift of the light according to viewing angle is reduced.

US Pat. No. 9,896,371

TEMPERED GLASS CUTTING METHOD AND CUTTING APPARATUS

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1. A method of cutting toughened glass comprising:
toughening a raw glass plate by generating compressive stress in a surface layer of the raw glass plate;
reducing the compressive stress in the surface layer at portions of the toughened raw glass plate to be cut by applying heat
to the surface layer at the portions to be cut; and

cutting the toughened raw glass plate along the portions to be cut while applying heat to the surface layer at the portions
to be cut so that the compressive stress in the surface layer at the portions to be cut remains reduced.

US Pat. No. 9,656,908

INORGANIC ADHESIVE COMPOSITION AND HERMETIC SEALING METHOD USING SAME

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1. A hermetically sealed composition comprising:
a first substrate having an outer edge;
a second substrate having an outer edge;
an inorganic adhesive composition comprising:
20-80 weight parts of diluted solution of water glass, the diluted solution of water glass having 60-90 weight percents of
water glass (Na2SiO2);

20-80 weight parts of fire resistant inorganic filler; and
1-5 weight parts of black pigment for enhancing absorption of a laser,
wherein the black pigment comprises one selected from the group consisting of CuO+Cr2O3, CuO+Fe2O3+CoO and CuO+Cr2O3+Fe2O3+CoO;

wherein the inorganic adhesive composition is applied for application between the outer edges of the first and second substrates
and is configured to respond to laser power applied to the inorganic adhesive composition between the first and second substrates
to form a seal between the first and second substrates.

US Pat. No. 10,033,012

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE

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1. A method of manufacturing a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting diode, the method comprising:preparing a mixture by mixing a sol-gel solution containing a first metal oxide comprising rutile TiO2 and a number of scattering particles formed from a second metal oxide having a refractive index different from a refractive index of the first metal oxide;
coating a base substrate with the mixture; and
firing the mixture coating the base substrate to form a matrix layer on the base substrate, the matrix layer being formed from the first metal oxide and having the number of scattering particles dispersed therein,
wherein cracks able to scatter light emitted by an organic light-emitting diode are formed in the matrix layer, due to a difference in coefficients of thermal expansion between the base substrate and the first metal oxide, and
wherein, after the mixture is fired, a number of irregularly shaped voids are formed within the matrix layer.

US Pat. No. 9,825,257

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR OLED AND METHOD OF FABRICATING THE SAME

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1. A light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device comprising an oxide or nitride thin film formed on a
substrate body, wherein the oxide or nitride thin film comprises:
a base layer formed on the substrate body;
a first texture formed on the base layer, the first texture comprising a plurality of first protrusions which protrude continuously
or discontinuously from the base layer; and

a second texture comprising a plurality of second protrusions which protrude continuously or discontinuously from each outer
surface of the first protrusions,

wherein the base layer has fewer voids therein than the first texture,
wherein the oxide or nitride thin film comprises a material selected from the group consisting of ZnO, TiO2, SnO2, SrTiO3,
VO2, V2O3, SrRuO3, TiN, and mixtures thereof,

wherein a thickness of the oxide or nitride thin film ranges from 1 to 12 ?m,
wherein a thickness of the base layer ranges from 0.01 to 1 ?m,
wherein a height of the first protrusions ranges from 0.05 to 10 ?m, and
wherein a thickness of the base layer is 25% or less of a thickness of the first texture.

US Pat. No. 10,012,853

FLEXIBLE SUBSTRATE BONDING METHOD

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1. A bonding method for a flexible substrate comprising:preparing a flexible substrate and a carrier substrate; and
bonding the flexible substrate wound on a rotating roller onto the carrier substrate while moving the carrier substrate using a transportation unit, wherein the roller comprises a concave portion on an outer surface of the roller,
wherein bonding the flexible substrate onto the carrier substrate comprises bringing one edge portion of the flexible substrate into contact with the carrier substrate, and gradually bonding the flexible substrate onto the carrier substrate in a direction from the one edge portion toward a second edge portion.

US Pat. No. 9,960,373

SUBSTRATE FOR PHOTOELECTRIC DEVICE AND PHOTOELECTRIC DEVICE COMPRISING SAME

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1. An optoelectronic device substrate comprising:a base substrate;
a patterned structure formed on the base substrate; and
a planarization layer disposed on the patterned structure, the planarization layer being formed from a two-dimensional material,
wherein the base substrate and the patterned structure are formed as one body,
wherein the planarization layer comprises a multilayer formed from a plurality of single layers,
wherein a thickness of the multilayer is 5 nm or less.

US Pat. No. 10,141,481

COLOR-CONVERTING SUBSTRATE OF LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A color conversion substrate for a light-emitting diode comprising:a first substrate disposed over the light-emitting diode;
a second substrate facing the first substrate;
a first sealant disposed on a top surface of the first substrate, the first sealant defining a recess-shaped accommodation space having the top surface of the first substrate as a bottom surface thereof;
a quantum dot accommodated in the accommodation space; and
a second sealant disposed between the second substrate and the first sealant, wherein a shape of the second sealant is substantially similar to a shape of the first sealant,
wherein the second sealant contacts the first sealant, and
wherein the second sealant comprises a material having a greater ability to absorb infrared laser light than that of the first sealant.

US Pat. No. 10,046,312

OXIDATION CATALYST, METHOD FOR PREPARING SAME, AND FILTER FOR EXHAUST GAS PURIFICATION COMPRISING SAME

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1. A method of preparing an oxidation catalyst that coats a surface of a carrier of an exhaust gas purification filter, the method comprising:a melting step of melting a metal and a master alloy, producing a molten metal alloy comprising the metal and the master alloy;
a rapid cooling step of producing an amorphous metal alloy by rapidly cooling the molten metal alloy; and
a powdering step of converting the amorphous metal alloy into powder, wherein the powdering comprises pulverization after vacuum atomization or melt spinning.

US Pat. No. 10,050,235

OPTICAL FILM FOR REDUCING COLOR SHIFT AND ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DISPLAY DEVICE EMPLOYING THE SAME

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An optical film comprising:a high refractive index pattern layer comprising a material having a refractive index greater than about 1,
wherein a plurality of grooves is defined on a first surface of the high refractive index pattern layer, the plurality of grooves defines a pattern of the high refractive index pattern layer, the plurality of grooves is repeatedly arranged along a first direction and is repeatedly arranged along a second direction; and
a low refractive index pattern layer comprising a plurality of fillers corresponding to the plurality of grooves and a flat portion which connects the plurality of fillers, the plurality of fillers and the flat portion comprising a material having a refractive index less than the refractive index of the high refractive index pattern layer,
wherein light incident through the low refractive index pattern layer is emitted through the high refractive index pattern layer,
wherein a distance between two adjacent grooves in the first direction is defined as a first distance, and a distance between two adjacent grooves is defined as a second distance, and
wherein an average of first distances among all adjacent grooves in the first direction and an average of second distances among all adjacent grooves in the second direction are different from each other.

US Pat. No. 9,963,382

METHOD FOR HANDLING ULTRA-THIN GLASS FOR DISPLAY PANEL

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1. A method for handling a piece of ultrathin glass for a display panel, the method comprising:bonding a piece of ultrathin glass and a piece of carrier glass together via a phase transition material such that the piece of carrier glass supports the piece of ultrathin glass;
surface-treating the piece of ultrathin glass; and
separating the piece of ultrathin glass from the piece of carrier glass,
wherein bonding the piece of ultrathin glass and the piece of carrier glass together comprises coating a bonding surface of the piece of ultrathin glass with the phase transition material,
wherein the phase transition material is crystallized through the heat treatment during surface-treating the piece of ultrathin glass, thereby increasing the roughness of a surface of the phase transition material that adjoins the piece of carrier glass,
wherein the surface of the phase transition material serves as a separation boundary surface at the subsequent separating the piece of ultrathin glass from the piece of carrier glass,
wherein after the piece of carrier glass is separated, the phase transition material remains as a thin film on the bonding surface of the piece of ultrathin glass,
wherein the phase transition material has electro-conductivity.

US Pat. No. 9,978,534

ELECTRODE STRUCTURE HAVING ROLLED GRAPHENE FILM

SAMSUNG ELECTRONICS CO., ...

1. An electrode structure comprising:a rolled graphene film which is wound about a central axis, and
a nanomaterial dispersed on a surface of the rolled graphene film, the nanomaterial providing a space between facing surfaces of the rolled graphene film,
wherein the nanomaterial comprises carbon nanotubes, fullerene, carbon nanowires, carbon nanofibers, or a combination thereof.

US Pat. No. 9,623,625

GLASS SUBSTRATE PROTECTIVE PAD AND GLASS SUBSTRATE PACKING CONTAINER

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A glass substrate protective pad which protects a glass substrate in contact with the glass substrate, the glass substrate
protective pad comprising: multiple layer, wherein a rear layer of the multiple layers which is to be in contact with the
glass substrate contains foamed polymer and wherein the rear layer has concave-convex portions on a rear surface thereof which
is to be in contact with the glass substrate; and
an insert in front of the rear layer, wherein the insert has a frame structure.

US Pat. No. 9,893,245

COLOR-CONVERTING SUBSTRATE FOR LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME

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1. A method of producing a color-converting substrate for a light-emitting diode, the method comprising:
preparing a sheet having a hole formed in a surface of the sheet, including forming the hole in the sheet by machining the
sheet formed of an aluminum foil, and forming an aluminum thin film on the surface of the sheet by anodizing the sheet:

applying a first sealing material to a first substrate to allow the hole to be edged by the first sealing material;
aligning the sheet on the first sealing material such that the hole is placed in a region edged by the first sealing material;
filling the hole with quantum dots;
applying a second sealing material to a second substrate to allow the hole filled with the quantum dots to be edged by the
second sealing material; and

disposing the second substrate on the sheet such that the hole is edged by the second sealing material and performing laser
sealing by irradiating with laser beams.

US Pat. No. 9,893,248

SUBSTRATE FOR CHANGING COLOR OF LIGHT EMITTING DIODE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING SAME

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1. A color conversion substrate for a light-emitting diode comprising:
a first glass substrate disposed over the light-emitting diode;
a second glass substrate facing the first glass substrate;
a structural body disposed between the first glass substrate and the second glass substrate, the structural body having an
opening, and comprising a material, a coefficient of thermal expansion of which ranges from to 30*10?7/° C. to 80*10?7/° C.;

a quantum dot accommodated in the opening of the structural body; and
an sealant disposed between the first glass substrate and a bottom surface of the structural body and between the second glass
substrate and a top surface of the structural body.

US Pat. No. 10,153,458

ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE

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1. An organic light-emitting diode device comprising:a first substrate;
an internal light extraction layer disposed on the first substrate;
a first electrode disposed on the internal light extraction layer;
an organic light-emitting layer disposed on the first electrode; and
a second electrode formed on the organic light-emitting layer, wherein
the internal light extraction layer has corrugations formed on a surface thereof,
the second electrode has a corrugated structure on a surface thereof, due to the corrugations of the internal light extraction layer sequentially transferred to the first electrode, the light-emitting layer, and the second electrode,
the corrugated structure has a plurality of convex portions and a plurality of concave portions alternating with the plurality of convex portions,
an aspect ratio (depth/pitch) of a pitch between the adjacent convex portions to a depth of the concave portions ranges from 0.1 to 7, and
the internal light extraction layer comprises:
a matrix layer disposed on the first substrate, formed from metal oxide, and having cracks formed therein,
a number of scattering particles dispersed in the matrix layer and formed from a material having a refractive index different from a refractive index of the metal oxide, and
a filling layer disposed on a surface of the matrix layer to fill the cracks to reduce a surface roughness of the matrix layer, and
the corrugations formed in a surface of the filling layer having shapes corresponding to shapes of the number of scattering particles and clusters of scattering particles among the number of scattering particles transferred thereto.

US Pat. No. 9,893,320

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT, LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT, AND ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT INCLUDING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of manufacturing a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting diode, the method comprising:
preparing a mixture by mixing a number of thermoplastic polymer particles with a nanosuspension of a metal oxide;
coating a base substrate with the mixture; and
firing the mixture coating the base substrate,
wherein the number of thermoplastic polymer particles are vaporized during the firing of the mixture, and
wherein, when the firing of the mixture is completed, a matrix layer is made from the nanosuspension of the metal oxide, and
a number of closed voids are formed within the matrix layer, in positions previously occupied by the number of thermoplastic
polymer particles before being vaporized.

US Pat. No. 10,106,361

SHEET MANUFACTURING METHOD AND MANUFACTURING APPARATUS

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1. A method of manufacturing a sheet comprising:supplying an object from a roll on which the object is wound;
transporting the supplied object;
cutting the transported object comprising a sheet cutting operation of cutting the object along a width of the object; and
suppressing, using a non-contact vibration suppressing unit disposed on a path along which the object is transported, vibrations of the object
wherein transporting the supplied object comprises floating the object in a non-contact manner by generating ultrasonic vibrations from an ultrasonic vibrator, the ultrasonic vibrator being disposed to face the object, and applying repelling force induced from the ultrasonic vibrations to the object,
wherein the non-contact vibration suppressing unit comprises a first ultrasonic vibrator and a second ultrasonic vibrator, the first and second ultrasonic vibrators being spaced apart from and facing each other such that the object is to be transported therebetween,
wherein the first and second ultrasonic vibrators hold the object therebetween in a non-contact manner by generating ultrasonic vibrations and applying repelling force induced from the ultrasonic vibrations to the object, thereby suppressing vibrations of the object,
wherein the non-contact vibration suppressing unit holds the object in a non-contact manner right before and/or right after cutting the object, and
wherein the first ultrasonic vibrator has a hole or a slit, and cutting the transported object comprises irradiating the object with a laser beam through the hole or the slit.

US Pat. No. 10,162,085

LARGE AREA ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING PANEL

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A large-area organic light-emitting panel comprising:a plurality of organic light-emitting panels arranged in rows and columns; and
joints disposed between the plurality of organic light-emitting panels to connect the plurality of organic light-emitting panels, wherein the joints refract light emitted sidewardly by the plurality of organic light-emitting panels due to a waveguide effect to be redirected forwardly,
wherein each of the joints comprises a light-scattering layer comprising:
a matrix layer; and
a number of light-scattering particles dispersed in the matrix layer,
wherein the matrix layer of each joint is formed from a material, a refractive index of which is lower than a refractive index of an organic light-emitting layer of each of the plurality of organic light-emitting panels,
wherein a smaller number of the light-scattering particles are distributed in a thicker matrix layer of a first joint than in a matrix layer of a second joint, which is thinner than the matrix layer of the first joint.

US Pat. No. 10,211,377

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING LIGHT-EMITTING DIODE PACKAGE

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1. A method of fabricating a light-emitting diode package comprising:forming a color conversion frit containing a fluorescent material on a substrate;
transferring the color conversion frit formed on the substrate to a transfer film, thereby separating the color conversion frit from the substrate; and
bonding the color conversion frit on the transfer film to a light-emitting diode chip,
wherein forming the color conversion frit comprises:
coating the substrate with the color conversion frit; and
sintering the color conversion frit coating the substrate,
wherein the transfer film comprises a pressure sensitive adhesive film,
wherein coating the substrate comprises coating the substrate with the color conversion frit in a size corresponding to a size of the light-emitting diode chip,
wherein coating the substrate comprises patterning the color conversion frit in a shape corresponding to a shape of a plurality of the light-emitting diode chips.

US Pat. No. 10,186,685

METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE, LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE, AND ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DIODE COMPRISING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of manufacturing a light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting diode, the method comprising:preparing a mixture by mixing a sol-gel solution containing a first metal oxide and a number of scattering particles formed from a second metal oxide having a refractive index different from a refractive index of the first metal oxide;
coating a base substrate with the mixture;
firing the mixture coating the base substrate to form a matrix layer on the base substrate, the matrix layer being formed from the first metal oxide and having the number of scattering particles dispersed therein; and
forming a filler layer on a surface of the matrix layer by applying a material having a refractive index different from a refractive index of the matrix layer,
wherein the filler layer fills cracks created in the matrix layer during the firing of the mixture, and shapes of the number of scattering particles and the cracks are transferred to a surface of the filler layer.

US Pat. No. 10,177,343

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE, AND ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING DEVICE COMPRISING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, comprising:a base substrate;
a scattering layer disposed on the base substrate, the scattering layer being formed from TiO2, a number of voids, as first light-scattering elements, formed within the scattering layer; and
a planarization layer disposed on the scattering layer,
wherein the scattering layer is infiltrated by a same material as a planarization-forming material from which the planarization layer is formed, wherein the infiltrating material infiltrating the scattering material fills a portion of the first light-scattering elements.

US Pat. No. 10,302,824

METHOD OF PREPARING LIGHT SCATTERING LAYER

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1. A method of preparing a light scattering layer, the method comprising: obtaining an emulsion by dispersing droplets of a second phase into a first phase comprising a hydrophobic metal oxide sol, the second phase comprising a droplet supporting material and a hydrophilic liquid; forming an emulsion layer by casting the emulsion on a substrate; converting the emulsion layer into a matrix precursor layer by baking the emulsion layer and thus solidifying the first phase, the matrix precursor layer comprising a plurality of voids derived from the droplets of the second phase; andconverting the matrix precursor layer into a metal oxide matrix layer by calcining the matrix precursor layer, the metal oxide matrix layer comprising a plurality of voids derived from the droplets of the second phase.

US Pat. No. 10,256,439

TANDEM ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING ELEMENT

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1. A tandem organic light-emitting device comprising:a base substrate;
a first electrode disposed on the base substrate;
a second electrode facing the first electrode;
three or more organic light-emitting layers disposed between the first electrode and the second electrode including a first organic light-emitting layer disposed on the first electrode, a second organic light-emitting layer disposed on the first organic light-emitting layer, and a third organic light-emitting layer disposed on the second organic light-emitting layer, each of the first, second and third organic light-emitting layers comprising an emissive layer, a hole layer disposed between the emissive layer and the first electrode, and an electron layer disposed between the emissive layer and the second electrode,
wherein the hole layer has a multilayer structure comprised of a first hole layer and a second hole layer sequentially disposed on the emissive layer;
a first charge generation layers disposed between the first organic light-emitting layer and the second organic light-emitting layer, and
a second charge generation layer disposed between the second organic light-emitting layer and the third organic light-emitting layer,
wherein the electron layer of each of the first, second and third organic light-emitting layers has a multilayer structure and comprises a first electron layer doped with a metal dopant and a second electron layer doped with an organic dopant,
wherein the first electron layer and the second electron layer of the first organic light-emitting layer are sequentially disposed on the first charge generation layer between the emissive layer of the first organic light-emitting layer and the first charge generation layer,
wherein the first electron layer and the second electron layer of the second organic light-emitting layer are sequentially disposed on the second charge generation layer between the emissive layer of the second organic light-emitting layer and the second charge generation layer, and
wherein the first electron layer and the second electron layer of the third organic light-emitting layer are sequentially disposed on the second electrode between the emissive layer of the third organic light-emitting layer and the second electrode, and
wherein a total thickness of the first to third organic light-emitting layers and the first and second charge generation layers is about 500 nm or less.

US Pat. No. 10,215,907

SUBSTRATE FOR COLOR CONVERSION, MANUFACTURING METHOD THEREFOR, AND DISPLAY DEVICE COMPRISING SAME

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1. A color conversion substrate comprising:a thin glass plate;
a quantum dot coating layer disposed on one surface of the thin glass plate;
a light guide plate disposed to face the quantum dot coating layer, wherein a light-emitting diode is disposed on a side of the light guide plate; and
a sealant disposed between the thin glass plate and the light guide plate to isolate the quantum dot coating layer from an external environment,
wherein the quantum dot coating layer has an embossed pattern on a surface thereof facing the light guide plate,
wherein the embossed pattern is formed on the bottom surface of the quantum dot coating layer through which light guided by the light guide plate enters the quantum dot coating layer.

US Pat. No. 10,214,439

NON-CONTACT VIBRATION SUPPRESSION DEVICE AND OBJECT PROCESSING METHOD

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A non-contact vibration suppressing device comprising:a cover;
first and second ultrasonic vibrators spaced apart from and facing each other such that an object is to be disposed therebetween, the first and second ultrasonic vibrators being disposed within the cover;
first and second ultrasonic generators disposed within the cover and connected to the first and second ultrasonic vibrators respectively to generate ultrasonic waves;
first and second vibration absorbers disposed within the cover and connected to the first and second ultrasonic vibrators respectively for absorbing vibrations of the first and second ultrasonic vibrators;
first and second frames disposed within the cover, the first and second frames connected to the first and second ultrasonic vibrators respectively to secure the first and second ultrasonic vibrators to the non-contact vibration suppressing device, and
first and second height adjustors disposed within the cover, the first and second height adjustors being connected to the first and second frames respectively to adjust a distance between the first and second ultrasonic vibrators;
wherein the first and second ultrasonic vibrators hold the object therebetween in a non-contact manner by generating ultrasonic vibrations and applying repelling force induced from the ultrasonic vibrations onto the object, thereby suppressing vibrations of the object.

US Pat. No. 10,214,000

METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR APPLYING FILM

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1. A film lamination method comprising:supporting one surface of a substrate without contact by generating ultrasonic vibrations from a first ultrasonic vibration unit and applying repelling force induced from the ultrasonic vibrations onto the one surface of the substrate; and
simultaneously laminating the other surface of the substrate with a film by pressing the film against the other surface of the substrate using a pressure roller,
wherein the substrate comprises a flexible substrate, the pressure roller presses the substrate laminated with the film under a pressure by which a curvature of the one surface of the substrate becomes positive, and at least one portion of a surface of the first ultrasonic vibration unit facing the substrate has a curvature corresponding to the positive curvature of the substrate.

US Pat. No. 10,308,543

CUTTING METHOD AND CUTTING STAGE OF TOUGHENED GLASS

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A cutting method of toughened glass which has been strengthened by having induced a compressive stress in a surface of a raw glass plate, the method comprising:reducing a tensile stress in an interior of a thickness of a cutting portion of a piece of toughened glass where a median crack is to be formed to a reduced stress having a maximum value within the thickness of the cutting portion of no greater than 20 MPa or any positive or negative value therebelow comprising concavely bending the piece of toughened glass such that the cutting portion becomes a trough;
while the maximum value of the reduced stress within the thickness of the cutting portion where the median crack is to be formed remains at or below 20 MPa, scribing the piece of toughened glass from a surface of the cutting portion to a depth inside the interior of the thickness of the toughened piece of glass thereby forming the median crack, wherein the depth of the scribing is greater than a depth of layer from the surface of the cutting portion; and
then breaking the scribed piece of toughened glass by expanding the median crack in the cutting portion of the toughened glass, comprising restoring the piece of toughened glass to a state less concavely bent than in the state in which the piece of toughened glass is scribed.

US Pat. No. 10,276,834

ORGANIC LIGHT-EMITTING DEVICE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. An organic light-emitting device comprising:a first glass substrate;
a first electrode disposed on the first glass substrate;
an organic light-emitting layer disposed on the first electrode;
a second electrode disposed on the organic light-emitting layer, wherein the second electrode has a composite electrode structure including a first transparent electrode layer and a second transparent electrode layer stacked on each other, a refractive index of the second transparent electrode layer being higher than a refractive index of the first transparent electrode layer;
a light extraction layer disposed on the second electrode, the light extraction layer including a matrix layer and at least on least one light-scattering body disposed inside a portion of the matrix layer, wherein the portion of the matrix layer directly adjoins the first transparent electrode layer and is away from the second glass substrate, the light-scattering body being made of a material having a refractive index which is higher than a refractive index of the matrix layer, the refractive index of the light-scattering body being higher than the refractive index of the first transparent electrode layer, and
a second glass substrate disposed on the light extraction layer,
wherein the first transparent electrode layer is disposed at a side of the light extraction layer, and the second transparent electrode layer is disposed at a side of the organic light-emitting layer.

US Pat. No. 10,295,705

ANTI-REFLECTION GLASS SUBSTRATE AND METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A method of manufacturing an anti-reflective glass substrate comprising an anti-reflective layer formed to a predetermined depth from a surface of the anti-reflective glass substrate, the method sequentially comprising:etching a glass substrate using a first etching solution; and
etching the glass substrate using a second etching solution,
wherein the first etching solution has a greater polyvalent metal ion molarity than the second etching solution,
wherein the anti-reflective layer comprises at least two layers, including a first layer and a second layer, the second layer being disposed between the surface and the first layer,
wherein each of the first and second layers has a plurality of pores, a porosity of the first layer being lower than a porosity of the second layer.

US Pat. No. 10,269,505

MULTI-LAYERED GRAPHENE FILMS, ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES USING MULTI-LAYERED GRAPHENE FILMS AS ELECTRODES, AND METHODS OF MANUFACTURING MULTI-LAYERED GRAPHENE FILMS AND ENERGY STORAGE DEVICES

Samsung Electronics Co., ...

1. A method of manufacturing a multi-layered graphene film, the method comprising:forming a first graphene layer on a substrate;
forming a spacer layer on the first graphene layer; and
forming an upper graphene layer on the spacer layer,
wherein the spacer layer maintains a desired distance between the first graphene layer and the upper graphene layer; and
wherein the spacer layer comprises a plurality of graphene sheet fragments and the plurality of graphene sheet fragments are formed by adjusting a graphene growth time of the plurality of graphene sheet fragments to be shorter than a graphene growth time of the first graphene layer.

US Pat. No. 10,401,992

SUBSTRATE FOR DISPLAY DEVICE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A substrate for a display device, comprising:a base substrate;
a hard coat film disposed over the base substrate, the hard coat film being formed of AlON; and
a multilayer film disposed between the base substrate and the hard coat film, wherein the multilayer film comprises at least one coating film having a first refractive index and at least one coating film having a second refractive index which are sequentially and repeatedly stacked on each other,
wherein the first refractive index ranges from 2.0 to 2.5, and the second refractive index ranges from 1.35 to 1.6,
wherein the multilayer film comprises:
a first coating film disposed on the base substrate, the first coating film having the first refractive index;
a second coating film disposed on the first coating film, the second coating film having the second refractive index;
a third coating film disposed on the second coating film, the third coating film having the first refractive index; and
a fourth coating film disposed on the third coating film, the fourth coating film having the second refractive index,
wherein each of the first coating film and the third coating film have a thickness less than each of the second coating film and the fourth coating film,
wherein a thickness of the hard coat film is at least 10 times a thickness of the multilayer film, and
wherein a thickness of the first coating film is smallest and a thickness of the hard coat film is greatest among the first coating film, the third coating film, and the hard coat film.

US Pat. No. 10,397,456

APPARATUS FOR INSPECTING EDGE OF SUBSTRATE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. An apparatus for inspecting an edge portion of a substrate, comprising:a first right-angled prism disposed above an edge portion of a substrate such that an inclined surface thereof is directed toward an upper surface of the edge portion of the substrate;
a second right-angled prism disposed below the edge portion of the substrate such that an inclined surface thereof is directed toward a lower surface of the edge portion of the substrate;
a lighting part directly irradiating the edge portion of the substrate with light; and
a photographing part disposed adjacent to the edge portion of the substrate, wherein the photographing part takes an image of the upper surface of the edge portion of the substrate from light that has passed through the first right-angled prism, an image of the lower surface of the edge portion of the substrate from light that has passed through the second right-angled prism, and an image of an end surface of the edge portion of the substrate;
wherein the lighting part is disposed on a side of the edge portion of the substrate.

US Pat. No. 10,462,856

HIGH FREQUENCY HEATING APPARATUS

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A high frequency heating apparatus comprising a plurality of high frequency generators disposed over a glass substrate to be carried in a first direction and spaced apart from each other in the first direction, each of the plurality of high frequency generators generating high frequency to heat the glass substrate, the high frequency ranging from 0.98 GHz to 6.0 GHz,wherein a distance from the glass substrate to each of the plurality of high frequency generators is (n?/2)*?, where n? is a natural number ranging from 1 to 6, and ? is a wavelength of the high frequency.

US Pat. No. 10,454,071

LIGHT EXTRACTION SUBSTRATE FOR ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT, METHOD FOR MANUFACTURING SAME, AND ORGANIC LIGHT EMITTING ELEMENT COMPRISING SAME

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A light extraction substrate for an organic light-emitting device, comprising:a first light extraction layer having a plurality of voids formed therein, the first light extraction layer comprising a first metal oxide and a dopant added to the first metal oxide; and
a second light extraction layer disposed on the first light extraction layer, the second light extraction layer comprising a second metal oxide having a different diffusion rate of atoms from the first metal oxide,
wherein the diffusion rate of atoms of the first metal oxide is faster than the diffusion rate of atoms of the second metal oxide, and
wherein the second light extraction layer is positioned between the first light extraction layer and the organic light-emitting device.

US Pat. No. 10,451,774

SUBSTRATE FOR DISPLAY DEVICE

Corning Precision Materia...

1. A substrate for a display device comprising:a base substrate;
a first coating film disposed on the base substrate;
a second coating film disposed on the first coating film, the second coating film being formed of a material, a refractive index of which is lower than that of the first coating film;
a third coating film disposed on the second coating film, the third coating film being formed of a material, a refractive index of which is higher than that of the second coating film;
a fourth coating film disposed on the third coating film, the fourth coating film being formed of a material, a refractive index of which is lower than that of the third coating film, wherein the same material which the second coating film and the fourth coating film are formed of has a refractive index which ranges from 1.35 to 1.6; and
a hard coat film disposed on the fourth coating film, the hard coat film being formed of AlON, a refractive index of which is higher than that of the fourth coating film,
wherein the first coating film is thinnest and the hard coat film is thickest among the first coating film, the third coating film and the hard coat film, and
wherein a thickness of the hard coat film is equal to at least 10 times an overall thickness of the first to fourth coating films.