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John E Oltman, Robert B Dopp: Seal for metal-air batteries. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Edward A Steen, August 10, 1982: US04343869 (58 worldwide citation)

An improved metal-oxygen button cell having a thermoplastic sealing annular ring placed between the cathode assembly and the grommet is provided. The cell basically is comprised of the following components: a conductive metal can, a cathode assembly in the can, a conductive metal cover, an anode mat ...


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Niles A Fleischer: Treatment of lithium anodes. Ray O Vac Corporation, Ewan C MacQueen, Edward A Steen, Raymond J Kenny, September 6, 1983: US04402995 (54 worldwide citation)

A method for reducing passivation of a lithium anode used in a cell having a liquid thionyl chloride cathode is disclosed, characterized in that the anode is coated before the assembly of the cell with a solution of an alkyl 2-cyanoacrylate, a solvent, and lithium perchlorate.


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Robert B Dopp: Method for manufacturing cells utilizing centrifuging techniques. Ray O Vac Corporation, Edward A Steen, Raymond J Kenny, Gilbert W Rudman, January 25, 1983: US04369568 (28 worldwide citation)

An improved metal-air button cell is provided. The cell is comprised of the following components: a conductive metal can, a cathode assembly in the can, a conductive metal cover, and a separator between the cathode assembly, wherein the metal cover and separator provide borders of a space in which a ...


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El Sayed A Magahed: Alkaline battery with reducing agents in the electrolyte. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, August 9, 1983: US04397925 (11 worldwide citation)

An alkaline cell containing an effective amount of an electrolyte soluble reducing agent of alkali metal borohydrides, quaternary ammonium borohydrides, complex aluminum hydrides or hydrazine.


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William B Furbish, Roscoe E Baker: Apparatus for continuously feeding powders. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Edward A Steen, September 14, 1982: US04349323 (9 worldwide citation)

A hopper-feeder (10) especially suited for, but not limited to, continuously feeding self adhering powders to a subsequent processing step is disclosed. In particular, the apparatus includes a first hopper (12), an intermediate passageway (16), a second hopper (18) and a feed guide (20). A wiper (32 ...


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Ashok V Joshi, William P Sholette: High energy density solid state cell. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, September 8, 1981: US04288505 (7 worldwide citation)

A solid state electrochemical cell having a lithium anode, a lithium-ion transport electrolyte and a cathode of high energy density material capable of reacting with the electrolyte and forming a stable, self-healing layer of electrolytically conductive reaction product of the electrolyte and the ca ...


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Ashok V Joshi, Albert L Gillotti, William P Sholette: Self healing cathodes. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, March 2, 1982: US04317874 (6 worldwide citation)

High energy density, self-healing cathodes for use in solid state or quasi-solid state electrochemical cells having active metal, e.g. lithium, one or more of materials existing in the solid or liquid state at ordinary temperatures and selected from the group of oxides of phosphorous and boron, hali ...


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Ashok V Joshi, William P Sholette: Lithium oxide halide solid state electrolyte. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, December 22, 1981: US04307163 (3 worldwide citation)

A solid-state electrolyte capable of lithium ion transfer comprising and interdiffused combination of a lithium metal oxide and a metal halide.


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Nehemiah Margalit, Ashok V Joshi, Wesley E Aker, Dennis P Johnson: Metal-rich iron sulfide cathode material. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, June 1, 1982: US04332869 (2 worldwide citation)

An electrolytic cell having an active metal anode, an electrolyte compatible with the anode metal and a cathode of metal-rich iron sulfide said cathode being substantially devoid of sulfur-rich phases. An example of such a cell is Li/1M LiAsF.sub.6 dissolved in 50% propylene carbonate--50% dimethoxy ...


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Ashok V Joshi, Nehemiaha Margalit: Process for treating cathode material. Ray O Vac Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, August 10, 1982: US04343714 (2 worldwide citation)

A process for treating non-stoichiometric cathode material such as iron sulfide, manganese dioxide, titanium disulfide and the like comprising treating a cathode pellet of said cathode material with a solution of an active compound of an active metal (e.g. butyl lithium) to reduce impurities in the ...