Priority-Claim Claim No: 16/123,456 Discovery of a new gallium-nitride low temperature crystalline structure having new and unusual electronic properties
Claimants: John C. Simpson and Mark A. Harris (of Electronics Corp.) Claim No: 16/123,456 Publication Date: 02/15/2015 Scientific Fields: Physics >> Solid State Physics >> Crystalline Structure The above claimants assert that, according to their knowledge, they are the first to conceive the ideas & discoveries recited hereinafter: A. Formal Claims 1 to 4: Claim 1: We claim the discovery of a new (previously unknown) form of Gallium Nitride having an unknown crystalline structure and exhibiting strong conductivity anisotropy, wherein the crystalline structure has the following characteristics: the lattice constant of the crystalline structure is 0.62 nm; the distance between a Gallium atom and the closest Nitride atom along an x axis is 0.3 nm; the distance between a Gallium atom and the closest Nitride atom along a z axis is 0.37nm; the distance between a Gallium atom and the closest Nitride atom along an y axis is 0.5 nm; wherein the crystalline structure is stable at temperatures lower than 162K; and wherein the conductivity of the GaN along the x axis is about 5000 times the conductivity along the y axis. see all claims   B. Detailed description of the discoveries & ideas recited by priority-claims (download files): Detailed Description | Claims | Drawings | Abstract C. Contribution of each of the claimants 1. John C. Simpson’s contribution to the claimed procedures: click to see description  2. Mark A. Harris’ contribution to the claimed procedures: click to see description D. Claimants, priority-date, & supporting evidence for each claim:
Claims 1 - 5 6 - 8 9 - 10       Claimants Simpson Simpson & Harris Simpson Priority Date Feb. 15, 2015  Mar. 30, 2015  Jul. 19, 2015   Supporting Evidence Description-1.pdf; Priority-Document-1.pdf Description-2.pdf; Video-recording-1.mv  Experiments & Results-1.pdf
Peer Review & Rating: E. Public Forum (comments, challenges, and prior-art submissions): 1. Comment-1 (04-15-2015) 2. Comment-2 (06-20-2015) 3. Priority account doc (02-04-2016) 4. Comment-3 (03-12-2016) 5. Journal Article (03-12-2016) 6. Priority account doc2 (03-27-2016) ... see complete list Submit documents & comments relevant to the validity of these priority-claims:
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