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Larry L Swette, Arthur E Griffith, Anthony B LaConti: Potential and diffusion controlled solid electrolyte sensor for continuous measurement of very low levels of transdermal alcohol. Giner, Hale and Dorr, August 31, 1999: US05944661 (258 worldwide citation)

A method for continuous tracking of blood alcohol, is comprised of 1) a potential- and diffusion-controlled electrochemical solid polymer electrolyte sensor that continuously and concurrently measures very low concentrations of ethanol vapor at the surface of the skin as well as skin properties such ...


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Thomas G Coker, Russell M Dempsey, Anthony B LaConti: Production of halogens in an electrolysis cell with catalytic electrodes bonded to an ion transporting membrane and an oxygen depolarized cathode. General Electric Company, I D Blumenfeld, March 4, 1980: US04191618 (144 worldwide citation)

A halogen such as chlorine is generated by the electrolysis of aqueous halides in an electrolysis cell which includes an anode and a cathode separated by an ion transporting membrane. At least the cathode, which is a mass of noble metal catalytic particles and particles of a suitable binder, is bond ...


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Russell M Dempsey, Thomas G Coker, Anthony B LaConti, Anthony R Fragala: Production of halogens by electrolysis of alkali metal halides in an electrolysis cell having catalytic electrodes bonded to the surface of a solid polymer electrolyte membrane. General Electric Company, I David Blumenfeld, September 23, 1980: US04224121 (65 worldwide citation)

A halogen, such as chlorine, is generated by electrolysis of an aqueous solution of an alkali metal halide such as sodium chloride, in a cell having anolyte and catholyte chambers separated by a solid polymer electrolyte in the form of a stable, selectively cation permeable, ion exchange membrane. O ...


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John A Kosek, Cecelia C Cropley, Anthony B Laconti: Membrane-electrode assembly for a direct methanol fuel cell. Giner, Hale and Dorr, June 4, 1996: US05523177 (60 worldwide citation)

A direct methanol fuel cell (DMFC) contains a membrane electrode assembly (MEA) including an anode porous electrode structure which can operate on a liquid or vapor methanol/water feed in the absence of a liquid electrolyte such as sulfuric acid, a proton-exchange membrane electrolyte, and a porous ...


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John A Kosek, Cecelia C Cropley, Anthony B LaConti: Gas sensor. United States of America represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Thomas C Stover, Stanton E Collier, June 18, 1996: US05527446 (60 worldwide citation)

A gas sensor including an electrochemical sensor cell which has a anion-eange solid polymer electrolyte membrane with three attached electrodes is provided. The sensor cell contains no liquid electrolyte and is operated in the potentiostatic as well as the potentiodynamic modes to detect alkaline re ...


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Russell M Dempsey, Anthony B LaConti, Mary E Nolan: Potentiostated, three-electrode, solid polymer electrolyte (SPE) gas sensor having highly invariant background current characteristics with temperature during zero-air operation. General Electric Company, I David Blumenfeld, October 14, 1980: US04227984 (56 worldwide citation)

A compact electrochemical gas sensing cell is described for detecting gases such as carbon monoxide, NO.sub.2, alcohol vapors, etc. The cell is characterized by temperature stability during zero-air operation so that background current with no gas flow is eliminated or minimized. This cell utilizes ...


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Anthony B LaConti, Anthony R Fragala: Method for gas generation utilizing platinum metal electrocatalyst containing 5 to 60% ruthenium. General Electric Company, August 2, 1977: US04039409 (54 worldwide citation)

A gas generation apparatus is described which utilizes a novel catalytic oxygen evolving electrode for such electrochemical systems as electrolysis and oxygen concentrator cells. The oxygen concentration and the electroylsis cells include a catalytic cathode, an improved catalytic anode containing a ...


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Thomas G Coker, Anthony B LaConti, Edward N Balko, George B McGray: Electrolysis of alkali metal halides in a three compartment cell with self-pressurized buffer compartment. General Electric Company, I David Blumenfeld, July 15, 1980: US04212714 (49 worldwide citation)

The invention describes a self pressurized three compartment, membrane cell and a process for electrolyzing aqueous halide solutions at low cell voltages and high cathode current efficiencies. Electrochemically active electrodes are physically bonded to ion exchanging membranes which divide the cell ...


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Anthony B LaConti, Arthur E Griffith: Diffusion-type sensor cell containing sensing and counter electrodes in intimate contact with the same side of a proton-conducting membrane and method of use. Giner, A W Breiner, April 11, 1989: US04820386 (47 worldwide citation)

A fast response diffusion-type sensor cell for the detection of carbon monoxide and other oxidizable or reducible gases comprising a three-electrode hydrated proton-conducting membrane cell configuration, with all electrodes in intimate contact with the same proton-conducting membrane is described. ...


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Anthony B LaConti: Electrically biased two electrode, electrochemical gas sensor with a H.sub. 2. General Electric Company, May 24, 1977: US04025412 (46 worldwide citation)

The instant invention relates to an electrochemical sensor for detecting gases or vapors such as carbon monoxide, alcohol NOX etc. The gas sensor includes either a solid polymer ion-exchange-membrane electrolyte or a liquid electrolyte adsorbed in a suitable matrix, a catalytic sensor electrode and ...



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