Koninklijke Philips had ten patents in advanced materials during Q1 2024. The patents filed by Koninklijke Philips NV in Q1 2024 include a method for providing a patterned layer using polycondensation, an imaging catheter assembly with an integrated circuit layer and ultrasound transducer elements, a wireless passive marker device for tracking, a breast pump with a stimulation unit and negative pressure source, and a rotational intravascular ultrasound probe for obtaining circumferential images. GlobalData’s report on Koninklijke Philips gives a 360-degree view of the company including its patenting strategy. Buy the report here.

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Koninklijke Philips grant share with advanced materials as a theme is 40% in Q1 2024. Grant share is based on the ratio of number of grants to total number of patents.

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Application: Imprinted method and patterned layer (Patent ID: US20240103363A1)

The patent by Koninklijke Philips NV describes a method for creating a patterned layer using a polycondensed imprinting composition applied to a substrate with a compound reactive with the surface through condensation reactions. The imprinting composition is imprinted with a patterned stamp, leading to the formation of the patterned layer. This layer can be used in optical elements such as lenses, light scattering elements, collimators, and photonic devices, as well as an etch mask. The compound used includes condensable groups reactive with surface groups on the substrate and a basic group for accepting protons, facilitating the formation of the patterned layer.

The patterned layer can be applied to substrates with metal or metalloid layers and oxide layers, with the compound grafted to the surface through condensation reactions. The compound includes specific groups like alkoxy silyl groups and linker moieties to enhance bonding and structure. The method involves applying the compound as a liquid or through vapor deposition, with the resulting layer having a thickness of less than 10 nm. Additionally, the patent details the composition of the imprinting composition, including transition metal oxide nanoparticles, and the use of a kit with separate components for the compound and imprinting composition. Heating the patterned layer after imprinting at specific temperatures further enhances its properties.

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