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INTEGRATED PROCESS KIT FOR A SUBSTRATE PROCESSING CHAMBER

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Embodiments of process kits and process chambers incorporating same are provided herein. In some embodiments, a process kit includes: a one-piece process kit shield having a cylindrical body having an upper portion and a lower portion; an adapter section extending radially outward and having a resting surface to support the one-piece process kit shield on walls of a chamber and a sealing surface on which a chamber lid rests to seal off an inner volume of the chamber when the one-piece process kit shield is placed in the chamber; a heat transfer channel extending through the adapter section; and a protruding section extending radially inward from the lower portion; a resting bracket having an upper portion coupled to the adapter section and a lower portion extending radially inward; a cover ring disposed beneath the protruding section; and a deposition ring disposed beneath the cover ring.



RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION IN-METAL INSTALLATION AND ISOLATION FOR SPUTTERING TARGET

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

A RFID tag containment combination for a sputter target/backing plate assembly. A bore is provided in either the target or the backing plate and is adapted for snug receipt of a plug therein. The plug comprises a recessed portion thereof configured to carry the RFID tag therein.



APPARATUSES AND METHODS FOR DETERMINING ANALYTE CHARGE

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

The present disclosure provides a sensor including a pore and an applied electric field that is capable of detecting analytes such as nucleic acids. In accordance with various embodiments, the sensor comprises a fluidic chamber having electrically opposing portions with a membrane between, the membrane providing a pore suitable for the passage of an electrolyte between the electrically opposing portions of the fluidic chamber, and having at least one charged analyte tethered in proximity to the pore, a first circuit configured to apply an electric field capable of passing the electrolyte through the pore and pulling the at least one charged analyte into the pore, and a second circuit configured to measure a signal indicative of the charge of the at least one charged analyte. Also provided are methods for using the sensor, for example, to sequence a nucleic acid molecule.



MULTI-SEGMENT INJECTION-CAPILLARY ELECTROPHORESIS-MASS SPECTROMETRY (MSI-CE-MS): A MULTIPLEXED SCREENING PLATFORM AND DATA WORKFLOW FOR CHEMICAL ANALYSIS

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Various embodiments illustrating a multiplexed method for high throughput screening of ions in biological samples within a single capillary when using capillary electrophoresis mass spectrometry (CE-MS) are illustrated. The method includes sequential injection of multiple sample segments in series within a single capillary, the sample segments being separated by a spacer plug of buffer, and multiplexed analysis of the sample segments simultaneously within a single capillary electrophoresis (CE) run. The method also includes application of voltage to the single capillary subsequent to sequential injection and zonal separation of polar metabolites within each sample segment by CE such that each analyte zone migrates within its characteristic electrophoretic mobility offset in time by the spacer. The incorporation of a quality control/reference sample and the use of dilution patterning with specific injection configurations also enables encoding of information temporally for enhanced data processing with quality assurance.



Analyte Sensors and Methods of Use

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Analyte sensors for determining the concentration of an analyte in a sample. The sensors have a sample chamber having an inlet with a projection extending from an edge of the sensor for facilitating flow of sample into the sample chamber.



PACKING FOR SUBSTRATE PLATING JIG AND SUBSTRATE PLATING JIG USING THE SAME

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

A packing for a plating jig attached to a plating jig for sealing conductive members for supplying power to a substrate and portions of the substrate surface in contact with the conductive members from a plating solution, including a packing main body formed from a long elastic member having ends and a connecting member which connects and fix connection ends of both end portions of the packing main body to each other for allowing the packing main body to be an endless shape. The connecting member includes a shaft portion and plural hooks provided to protrude at a prescribed angle from the shaft portion, and when both connection ends of the packing main body are linked, the connecting member is internally provided to extend inside the packing main body in both directions from a connecting point within a prescribed range over the connecting point where the connection ends are linked.



METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR ION BEAM DELAYERING OF A SAMPLE AND CONTROL THEREOF

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

There is provided a method, system and computer program product to delayer a layer of a sample, the layer comprising one or more materials, in an ion beam mill by adjusting one or more operating parameters of the ion beam mill and selectively removing each of the one or more materials at their respective predetermined rates. There is also provided a method and system for obtaining rate of removal of a material from a sample in an ion beam mill.



Treating Liquids With Electromagnetic Fields

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Dual-field electric and magnetic probes create and apply electromagnetic fields to liquids, such as water, to treat unwanted material in the liquid.



NANOTUBE-NANOHORN COMPLEX AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

An object of the present invention is to provide a nanotube-nanohorn complex having a high aspect ratio, also having high dispersibility, having controlled diameter, and having high durability at a low cost. According to the present invention, a carbon target containing a catalyst is evaporated with a laser ablation method to synthesize a structure including both of a carbon nanohorn aggregate and a carbon nanotube.



Methods for Aligning Fibers with an Electrical Field and Composite Materials

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Methods of aligning fibers with an electric field are provided. The fibers may include dielectric fibers, such as carbon fibers. The fibers may be aligned in a liquid that is curable. Composite materials also are provided that include aligned fibers.



CELLULOSIC AND LIGNOCELLULOSIC STRUCTURAL MATERIALS AND METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR MANUFACTURING SUCH MATERIALS

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

Methods of treating wood and wood products include irradiating untreated wood having a first molecular weight with ionizing radiation to cause an increase in the molecular weight of a cellulosic component of the wood to a second, relatively higher molecular weight.



Smart Sensor Ports and Methods of Using Same

Thu, 06 Apr 2017 08:00:00 EDT

The present disclosure provides an orientation-nonspecific sensor port for use in analyte meters designed to detect and quantify analyte levels in a fluid sample along with methods of using the same. The present disclosure also provides compositions and methods for facilitating the correct insertion of a sensor into a corresponding analyte meter.