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Alex Lobovsky, Jim Matrunich, Mikhail Kozlov, Robert C Morris, Ray H Baughman, Anvar A Zakhidov: Spinning, processing, and applications of carbon nanotube filaments, ribbons, and yarns. Honeywell International, Larry J Palguta, January 27, 2004: US06682677 (86 worldwide citation)

Coagulation spinning produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, and yarns of carbon nanotubes. Stabilization, orientation, and shaping of spun materials are achieved by post-spinning processes. Advantages include the elimination of core-sheath effects due to carbonaceous contaminants, increasing m ...


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Alex Lobovsky, James Matrunich, Ray H Baughman, Igor Palley, Gary A West, Ilan Golecki: Composite material comprising oriented carbon nanotubes in a carbon matrix and process for preparing same. Honeywell International, Larry J Palguta, July 20, 2004: US06764628 (35 worldwide citation)

Fiber spinning of two polymer compositions wherein one of the compositions contains carbon nanotubes produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, yarns and films of carbon nanotubes. The polymers are removed and stabilization of the carbon nanotube material is achieved by post-spinning processes. Th ...


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Alex Lobovsky, James Matrunich, Daniel Bause, Gordon Jones, Ronald Rohrbach, Gary Zulauf, Peter Unger: Vapor-adsorbent filter for reducing evaporative fuel emissions, and method of using same. Honeywell International, August 13, 2002: US06432179 (31 worldwide citation)

A filter, for use in removing residual fuel vapors from within an engine's intake system, includes a filter element having a plurality of fibers, for placement in communication with an intake air flow passage. Each of the fibers has an internal cavity formed therein, and a longitudinally extend ...


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Alex Lobovsky, Jim Matrunich, Mikhail Kozlov, Robert C Morris, Ray H Baughman, Anvar A Zakhidov: Spinning, processing, and applications of carbon nanotube filaments, ribbons, and yarns. Honeywell International, Birch Stewart Kolasch & Birch, July 24, 2007: US07247290 (11 worldwide citation)

Coagulation spinning produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, and yarns of carbon nanotubes. Stabilization, orientation, and shaping of spun materials are achieved by post-spinning processes. Advantages include the elimination of core-sheath effects due to carbonaceous contaminants, increasing m ...


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Alex Lobovsky, Wesley P Hoffman, Phillip G Wapner: Fibers with axial capillary slit that enhances adsorption, absorption and separation. The United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Bart Hersko, October 23, 2012: US08293107 (2 worldwide citation)

New fluid separation devices and absorption materials are disclosed. Hollow fibers with an axial capillary slit act as very high efficiency absorption materials, as well as high-surface-area fluid separation devices. The hollow fibers with an axial capillary slit are constructed to preferentially ab ...


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Alex Lobovsky, Jim Matrunich, Mikhail Kozlov, Robert C Morris, Ray H Baughman, Anvar A Zakhidov: Spinning, processing, and applications of carbon nanotube filaments, ribbons, and yarns. Honeywell International, August 22, 2002: US20020113335-A1 (1 worldwide citation)

Coagulation spinning produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, and yarns of carbon nanotubes. Stabilization, orientation, and shaping of spun materials are achieved by post-spinning processes. Advantages include the elimination of core-sheath effects due to carbonaceous contaminants, increasing m ...


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Alex Lobovsky, Jim Matrunich, Mikhail Kozlov, Robert C Morris, Ray H Baughman, Anvar A Zakhidov: Spinning, processing, and applications of carbon nanotube filaments, ribbons, and yarns. Larry J Palguta, Honeywell Law Department, May 20, 2004: US20040096389-A1

Coagulation spinning produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, and yarns of carbon nanotubes. Stabilization, orientation, and shaping of spun materials are achieved by post-spinning processes. Advantages include the elimination of core-sheath effects due to carbonaceous contaminants, increasing m ...


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Alex Lobovsky, James Matrunich, Ray H Baughman, Igor Palley, Gary A West, Ilan Golecki: Composite material comprising oriented carbon nanotubes in a carbon matrix and process for preparing same. Honeywell International, Law Department, September 4, 2003: US20030165648-A1

Fiber spinning of two polymer compositions wherein one of the compositions contains carbon nanotubes produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, yarns and films of carbon nanotubes. The polymers are removed and stabilization of the carbon nanotube material is achieved by post-spinning processes. Th ...


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Alex Lobovsky, James Matrunich, Ray H Baughman, Igor Palley, Gary A West, Ilan Golecki: Composite material comprising oriented carbon nanotubes in a carbon matrix and process for preparing same. Larry J Palguta, Honeywell Law Department, April 7, 2005: US20050074569-A1

Fiber spinning of two polymer compositions wherein one of the compositions contains carbon nanotubes produces structures such as fibers, ribbons, yarns and films of carbon nanotubes. The polymers are removed and stabilization of the carbon nanotube material is achieved by post-spinning processes. Th ...


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Alex Lobovsky, James A Matrunich, Al MacKnight: Non-woven shaped fiber media loaded with expanded polymer microspheres. Honeywell International Law Dept, Honeywell International, Law Dept AB2, July 24, 2003: US20030138594-A1

An insulating composite material comprising expanded microcells and fiber media and methods for producing same. Microcells incorporated into the fiber media engage the surface projections and the intra-fiber and inter-fiber voids, resulting in increased microcell retention, thereby improving the cha ...