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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark: Production of a cell electrode system. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, March 16, 1982: US04320185 (43 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the production of polymer-bonded cell electrodes comprises forming a particulate material which can be developed into a shaped polymeric system comprising an electrode active material encradled in a porous, fiber-containing, polymeric composition. In a preferred embodiment, the pol ...


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Paul S Gilman, Walter E Mattson: Production of mechanically alloyed powder. Inco Alloys International, Miriam W Leff, Raymond J Kenny, December 9, 1986: US04627959 (42 worldwide citation)

An improved method is provided for producing mechanically alloyed powders on a commercial scale comprising milling the components of the powder product in a gravity-dependent-type ball mill to produce a powder having a characteristic apparent density. Powder so produced will have reached an acceptab ...


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey: Production of a cell electrode system. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, March 16, 1982: US04320184 (35 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the production of a cell electrode system comprises a process in which a fibrillatable polymer, an electrode active material and a removable, polymeric pore-former are subjected to conditions to convert the polymer by a dry process technique to fibrous form and to form a compositio ...


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Timothy E Volin: Process for preparing mixed metal oxide catalysts. The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Miriam W Leff, January 16, 1979: US04134852 (35 worldwide citation)

Mixed metal oxides are prepared as catalyst materials by a method comprising high energy impact milling of a formulated mixture of powders to form a mechanically alloyed product and heat treating said product in an oxidizing atmosphere to form the desired compound. In a preferred embodiment a cataly ...


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Robert Lacock Cairns, John Stanwood Benjamin: Iron-chromium-aluminum alloys with improved high temperature properties. The International Nickel Company, Miriam W Leff, Ewan C MacQueen, November 16, 1976: US03992161 (33 worldwide citation)

A powder metallurgy product comprising iron and chromium, and/or aluminum and characterized by elongated grains that are stable at elevated temperatures.


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark, Paul D Goodell: Hydrogen sorbent composition. MPD Technology Corporation, Miriam W Leff, Raymond J Kenny, February 21, 1984: US04433063 (29 worldwide citation)

A hydrogen sorbent composition is provided which is comprised of a hydridable material such as LaNi.sub.5 encradled throughout a porous, fiber-containing polymeric composition.


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Anthony J Scarpellino Jr, James McEwen, William G Borner: Composite electrode for electrolytic processes. The International Nickel Company, Miriam W Leff, Ewan C MacQueen, June 12, 1979: US04157943 (29 worldwide citation)

A composite electrode especially suitable for electrowinning processes comprising an electrically conductive substrate having on at least a part of its surface a multilayer coating, said coating comprising:


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Leo T Kilpinen: Load sensor for a grinding mill. The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, October 31, 1978: US04123009 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for detecting predetermined operating conditions of a machine driven by an electric motor, in which a filtered electric signal is utilized. The filter is designed to signal the occurrence of frequencies within a predetermined band, thereby enabling detection of an event charac ...


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John Joseph Fischer: Dispersion strengthened ferritic alloy for use in liquid-metal fast breeder reactors (LMFBRS). The International Nickel Company, Ewan C MacQueen, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, February 21, 1978: US04075010 (28 worldwide citation)

A dispersion-strengthened ferritic alloy is provided which has high temperature strength and is readily fabricable at ambient temperatures and which is useful as structural elements of liquid metal fast breeder reactors.


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Grigori S Victorovich, Norman C Nissen, Kohur N Subramanian: Autoclave oxidation leaching of sulfide materials containing copper, nickel and/or cobalt. The International Nickel Company, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, December 8, 1981: US04304644 (26 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for treating a matte for selective extraction of nonferrous metals using a single stage oxidative pressure leach wherein leaching is carried out in a continuous manner and relatively mild conditions on an aqueous slurry of the matte having a specific sulfur adjustment, having c ...