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Tapesh Yadav, Bijan K Miremadi: Nanotechnology for engineering the performance of substances. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley Esq, Hogan & Hartson, March 11, 2003: US06531704 (126 worldwide citation)

Illustrations are provided on applications and usage of electrically activated catalysts. Methods are disclosed for preparing catalysts from nanomaterials. Processes and devices are described that utilize catalysts. The invention can also be applied to improve the performance of existing catalysts, ...


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S Roy Morrison, Robert F Frindt, Per Joensen, Michael A Gee, Bijan K Miremadi: Forms of transition metal dichalcogenides. Simon Fraser University, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh & Whinston, April 18, 1989: US04822590 (19 worldwide citation)

Novel single layer materials of the form MX.sub.2, where MX.sub.2 is a layer-type dichalcogenide such as MoS.sub.2, TaS.sub.2, WS.sub.2, or the like, exfoliated by intercalation of an alkali metal, and immersion in water, are disclosed. MoS.sub.2 has been exfoliated into monolayers by intercalation ...


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S Roy Morrison, Robert F Frindt, Per Joensen, Michael A Gee, Bijan K Miremadi: Novel transition metal dichalcogenide catalysts. Simon Fraser University, Klarquist Sparkman Campbell Leigh and Whinston, August 1, 1989: US04853359 (12 worldwide citation)

A novel flocculated methanation, hydrogenation or hydrodesulfurization catalyst of the form MS.sub.2 :Y:Z wherein MS.sub.2 is a single layer transition metal dichalcogenide sulfide, Y is a promoter substance and Z is a support substance, is disclosed.


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S Roy Morrison, Bijan K Miremadi: Method of preparing a new ultra-fine particle transition alumina. Simon Fraser University, Barrigar & Oyen, December 17, 1991: US05072886 (6 worldwide citation)

A novel method of preparing a new transition alumina fractured into ultra-fine particles which have utility inter alia as catalysts. The method of preparing this new alumina fractured into ultra-fine particles comprises: (a) introducing an alkali metal into the pores of a porous alumina, and (b) imm ...


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Bijan K Miremadi, Ravi C Singh, Stanley R Morrison, Konrad Colbow: Transition metal oxide films and gas sensors thereof. 410261 B C, Norman M Cameron, August 30, 1994: US05342701 (6 worldwide citation)

Thick oriented films are produced from oxides of molybdenum, tungsten or titanium. These films comprise a plurality of single-molecular thickness layers of semi-crystalline oxide having parallel basal planes. The oxides are produced by sintering highly oriented films of the corresponding metallic su ...


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Bijan K Miremadi, Stanley R Morrison, Konrad Colbow: Ethylene from methane and catalysts therefor. 410261 B C, Norman M Cameron, September 14, 1993: US05245124 (4 worldwide citation)

A catalyst having the composition A:Al.sub.2 O.sub.3 is used as a catalyst for producing ethylene from methane. A is an alkali metal, preferably lithium. The catalyst may be doped with an additive such as MgCl.sub.2. A weak oxidation catalyst such as MoO.sub.3 or ZrO.sub.2 may be added. The catalyst ...


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Bijan K Miremadi: Apparatus and method for detecting gas and vapor. Simon Fraser University, Hall Priddy & Myers, November 23, 1999: US05987964 (3 worldwide citation)

A gas detection circuit for use in selectively detecting a predetermined gas has a plurality of gas sensors coupled to a sensor measuring circuit. Each gas sensor has a different response to the predetermined gas at a predetermined concentration. The sensor measuring circuit measures a conditioned s ...


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Bijan K Miremadi, Stanley R Morrison, Konrad Colbow: Gas storage using transition metal dichalcogenides. 410261 B C, Norman M Cameron, January 18, 1994: US05279805 (3 worldwide citation)

Hydrogen and gaseous hydrocarbons are stored by introducing the gases into a transition metal dichalcogenide having the formula MX.sub.2. M is selected from the group consisting of Mo, W and Ti and X is selected from the group consisting of S and Se. The MX.sub.2 is in the form of platelets affixed ...


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Bijan K Miremadi, Stanley R Morrison, Konrad Colbow: Magnetic lubricants. 410261 B C, Norman M Cameron, July 12, 1994: US05328618 (1 worldwide citation)

A lubricant has the formula X:Y, wherein X is a layered material selected from the group consisting of layered transition metal dichalcogenides and graphite. Y is a magnetic inclusion between layers of X. The lubricant is made by adding X to a solution containing ions of Y. The solution is continuou ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Bijan K Miremadi: Processes for electrically activated transformation of chemical and material compositions. Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, May 10, 2001: US20010000889-A1

Illustrations are provided on applications and usage of electrically activated catalysts. Methods are disclosed for preparing catalysts from nanomaterials. Processes and devices are described that utilize catalysts. The invention can also be applied to improve the performance of existing catalysts, ...



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