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Lcd Display Configured To Spread Heat Generated By The Power Supply

Study ID: 1031
Research Type: Validity
Expiration Date: 2012-04-23

This Study relates a heat spreading layer placed in between an LCD screen and a power supply mounted to the back of the LCD screen.  The heat spreading layer can be any metallic layer (e.g., aluminum or copper).  

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Completed 2012-05-04
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CONGRATULATIONS METALSLUG5, CHUCKSZ, AND WOOKKINAE!

Article One Partners congratulates our latest Winners in DEV 1031. Metalslug5 is a semiconductors expert from China. Chucksz is a US based Researcher with a background in physical chemistry. Wookkinae is a US-based Researcher with an expertise in electrical engineering.

Congratulations also go to the 5 selected Most Valuable Researchers:

- Patentics
- Sfcdmu
- Morgan2357
- Mrisch
- Yoovee

Description

This Study is a request for prior art, including non-patent literature, that provides a path to invalidity for the Study patent claims that is not already known. The Reward is guaranteed to be paid to the Researcher who submits the highest quality prior art. 

There is a preferred Latest Date for Prior Art of April 30, 1991.

A copy of the patent is available via the pdf link.

This Study is subject to the Shared Reward program.

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Please see the claims in the downloadable copy of the patent with particular attention to claims 1, 4, 12 15 and 21.

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