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Bamdad Bahar, Alex R Hobson, Jeffrey A Kolde, David Zuckerbrod: Ultra-thin integral composite membrane. W L Gore & Associates, Victor M Genco Jr Esq, August 20, 1996: US05547551 (167 worldwide citation)

An ultra-thin composite membrane is provided which includes a base material and an ion exchange resin. The base material is a membrane which is defined by a thickness of less than 1 mil (0.025 mm) and a microstructure characterized by nodes interconnected by fibrils, or a microstructure characterize ...


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David Zuckerbrod, Richard T Giovannoni: Battery separator. W R Grace & Co Conn, Howard J Troffkin, August 9, 1994: US05336573 (48 worldwide citation)

A thin microporous sheet product useful as a battery separator composed of a highly filled polymeric matrix having a porous support sheet encapsulated between the sheet product's first and second major surfaces and to a process of forming the sheet product.


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John F Jackovitz, David Zuckerbrod, Edward S Buzzelli: Seawater power cell. Westinghouse Electric, Daniel P Cillo, April 18, 1989: US04822698 (42 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a battery having an anode selected from the group consisting of magnesium, zinc, and mixtures and alloys thereof, an oxygen electrode as the cathode, and means for maintaining the anode and the cathode in an electricity-generating relationship when the battery is placed in salt water. A ...


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David Zuckerbrod, Ann Gibney: Battery and fuel cell electrodes containing stainless steel charging additive. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, D P Cillo, May 15, 1984: US04448856 (23 worldwide citation)

An electrode for use in electrochemical energy cells is made, comprising a hydrophilic layer and a hydrophobic layer, where the hydrophilic layer comprises a hydrophilic composite which includes:


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Menahem Anderman, Steven L Johnson, Michael C Saft, David Zuckerbrod: Cathodic electrode. W R Grace & Co Conn, Howard J Troffkin, September 1, 1992: US05143805 (22 worldwide citation)

A polymer bonded sheet product suitable for use as an electrode in a non-aqueous battery system wherein the electrode is a microporous sheet composed of from 2-30 weigth percent polyethylene, 70-98 weight percent of electrically conductive and electrochemically active particulate material and from 0 ...


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Robert L Sassa, David Zuckerbrod, Wolfgang Buerger, John E Bacino: Composite films for electrochemical devices. Gore Enterprise Holdings, Allan M Wheatcraft, July 26, 2005: US06921606 (9 worldwide citation)

Composite film articles and assemblies that include at least one layer of expanded fluoropolymer bonded to at least one thermoplastic sheet are fabricated using a method which can adjust the gas and liquid permeability of the composite film assemblies. These composite film articles and assemblies op ...


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Thomas S Snyder, Richard A Stoltz, David Zuckerbrod: Electrochemical process for zirconium alloy recycling. Westinghouse Electric, R A Stoltz, May 8, 1990: US04923579 (6 worldwide citation)

A major cost component for zirconium alloy manufacture and fabrication is metal scrap generation during fabrication. This scrap, which has already incurred the entire process conversion cost from zircon sand to metal refining, constitutes an expensive cost to the fabrication process. The present inv ...


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David Zuckerbrod: Separator. Westinghouse Electric, Joyce L Morrison, December 19, 1989: US04888256 (3 worldwide citation)

A bipolar battery intercell separator having three layers is disclosed. The two outer layers consist of a porous, hydrophobic, electrically conductive composite of carbon and a fluorocarbon binder hydrophobizing agent. The inner layer consists of a porous, hydrophobic, electrically conductive compos ...


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Mark A Cotter, David Zuckerbrod, Matt C Kesler, J Scott Reynolds: Insulated electrical conductor. W L Gore & Associates, Victor M Genco Jr, December 3, 1996: US05580654 (3 worldwide citation)

An improved electrical conductor is provided which includes an electrical conductor having an insulating layer which electrically insulates the electrical conductor. The insulating layer is substantially pinhole free having a thickness of less than about 30 .mu.m.


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Robert L Sassa, David Zuckerbrod, Wolfgang Buerger, John E Bacino: Composite films for electrochemical devices. Morgan & Finnegan, October 16, 2003: US20030194599-A1

Composite film articles and assemblies that include at least one layer of expanded fluoropolymer bonded to at least one thermoplastic sheet are fabricated using a method which can adjust the gas and liquid permeability of the composite film assemblies. These composite film articles and assemblies op ...