06106768 is referenced by 4 patents and cites 3 patents.

There are disclosed Mm/Ni type hydrogen storage alloys for Ni/MH secondary cells. The alloys which allow the cells to be of high performance and high capacity can be prepared at lower costs than the production costs of conventional Co-rich hydrogen storage alloys, by reducing the amount of the Co element. The Co element is partially or wholly replaced by by Cr, Cu, Fe, Zn and/or Zi, which are each known to be of stronger affinity for hydrogen than is Co and to have such a strong oxidation tendency in electrolytes as to form a highly dense oxide. The novel alloys have discharge capacities and electrode life span as good as those of the conventional Co-rich hydrogen storage alloys but have advantages over the Co-rich alloys, including performance-to-cost.

Title
Mm-Ni type hydrogen storage alloy for Ni/MH secondary cell
Application Number
9/80137
Publication Number
6106768
Application Date
May 15, 1998
Publication Date
August 22, 2000
Inventor
Ho Lee
Taejeon
KR
Jeong Gun Park
Taejeon
KR
Sang Min Lee
Taejeon
KR
Ji Sang Yu
Taejeon
KR
Dong Myung Kim
Taejeon
KR
Jae Han Jung
Taejeon
KR
Kuk Jin Jang
Taejeon
KR
Jai Young Lee
Taejeon
KR
Agent
Hickman Stephens Coleman & Hughes
Assignee
Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
KR
IPC
C22C 30/00
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