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Residual Seeder Removal Technique Disclosure Number: IPCOM000037877D
Original Publication Date: 1989-Aug-01
Included in the Prior Art Database: 2005-Jan-30

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Burnett, P Czarnecki, C Kaschak, R Malek, R Markovich, V Sambucetti, C Tisdale, S Zarr, R [+details]


Since a "seeder" coating is conductive electrically, it can cause leakage or even an outright short under certain conditions. Clearly, the only sure way of avoiding this is to remove the excess, or the "residual" seeder coating, after a circuit is formed on the surface of an electrically non-conductive material.