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Hermetic Seal for Display Cells

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000089591D
Original Publication Date: 1977-Nov-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Mar-05
Document File: 2 page(s) / 31K

Publishing Venue

IBM

Related People

Wilbur, CV: AUTHOR

Abstract

As shown above, a layer of polyethylene 10 in an electrochromic cell 12 or a liquid crystal cell provides an effective seal which will not react with the solutions in the cell cavity 14. The polyethylene 10 does not bond to the glass substrates 11, 13 or to the electrode pattern coated thereon (not shown). The resultant cell may be easily disassembled. Additional holding means, such as an epoxy seal 16 or a clamping fixture, may be used to insure cell integrity.

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Hermetic Seal for Display Cells

As shown above, a layer of polyethylene 10 in an electrochromic cell 12 or a liquid crystal cell provides an effective seal which will not react with the solutions in the cell cavity 14. The polyethylene 10 does not bond to the glass substrates 11, 13 or to the electrode pattern coated thereon (not shown). The resultant cell may be easily disassembled. Additional holding means, such as an epoxy seal 16 or a clamping fixture, may be used to insure cell integrity.

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