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Shinji Yamasaki, Takatomo Nishino, Akira Asada: Nonaqueous secondary battery with lithium titanium cathode. Hitachi Maxell, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, July 6, 2004: US06759168 (32 worldwide citation)

A method for manufacturing a lithium secondary cell comprising a positive electrode containing a lithium titanate as an active material, a negative electrode containing a carbonaceous material as an active material, and an electrolytic solution comprising a solution of a lithium salt in an organic s ...


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Akira Asada: Method for recovering reusable rare earth compounds. Santoku Metal, Keil & Weinkauf, March 17, 1998: US05728355 (5 worldwide citation)

A method for recovering reusable rare earth compounds such as rare earth oxides, rare earth fluorides, or rare earth metals from rare earth alloy scrap in an effective and safe manner. The method includes the steps of: (a) pulverizing rare earth alloy scrap at least by hydrogenating the alloy scrap ...


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Shinji Yamasaki, Takatomo Nishino, Akira Asada: Nonaqueous secondary battery with lithium titanium cathode. Hitachi Maxwell, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, April 30, 2002: US06379843 (4 worldwide citation)

A lithium secondary cell comprising a positive electrode containing a lithium titanate as an active material, a negative electrode containing a carbonaceous material as an active material, and an electrolytic solution comprising a solution of a lithium salt in an organic solvent. The lithium titanat ...


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Hiroshi Sato, Takehiko Okamoto, Akira Asada: Bulk polymerization reactor. Toray, Lerner David Littenberg & Samuel, April 20, 1982: US04325915 (3 worldwide citation)

A bulk polymerization reactor takes the form of a vertical, cylindrical vat of a jacket construction defining a reaction chamber which a rotary drive shaft having an off-center longitudinal section with perforated discs and shearing blades extends vertically through. Successful preclusion of abnorma ...


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Tadashi Sakata, Yoshifumi Sakamoto, Masanori Sugano, Akira Asada, Keiji Nakamura, Megumu Takai: Non-aqueous liquid electrolyte cell. Hitachi Maxell, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, February 18, 2003: US06521376

A non-aqueous liquid electrolyte cell comprising a positive electrode which has a metal oxide as an active material, a negative electrode, and a non-aqueous liquid electrolyte, in which the metal oxide has an average particle size of 40 to 150 &mgr;m, and the volume of the liquid electrolyte is 0.9 ...


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Akira Asada: Recovering method for compound containing rare-earth elements can be reused. Santoku Metal, YANG LIQIN, August 13, 1997: CN96114419

The invention is a method for recovering reusable rare earth compounds such as rare earth oxides, rare earth fluorides, or rare earth metals from rare earth alloy scrap in an effective and safe manner. The method includes the steps of: (a) pulverizing rare earth alloy scrap at least by hydrogenating ...


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Shinji Yamasaki, Takatomo Nishino, Akira Asada: Nonaqueous secondary battery with lithium titanium cathode. Hitachi Maxell, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, March 7, 2002: US20020026707-A1

A method for manufacturing a lithium secondary cell comprising a positive electrode containing a lithium titanate as an active material, a negative electrode containing a carbonaceous material as an active material, and an electrolytic solution comprising a solution of a lithium salt in an organic s ...


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Ryoutarou Imura, Akira Asada: Lead frame for electronic component and method of manufacturing the same. Panasonic Corporation, May 31, 2012: US20120133034-A1

In a lead frame for an electronic component according to the present invention, a metal plate 3 is extended by a punch 5 into a hole 4 formed on a metal plate 2 and the two metal plates are connected on the inner surface of the hole 4, thereby improving a bonding strength while keeping the small siz ...


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