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Nathaniel Brese
Nathaniel E Brese, Kenneth T Reilly: Small size electroluminescent phosphor. OSRAM Sylvania, Robert F Clark, July 1, 1997: US05643496 (30 worldwide citation)

An electroluminescent phosphor composed of copper activated zinc sulfide having an average particle size less than 23 micrometers and a halflife equal to or greater than the halflife of a second phosphor having a similar composition and an average particle size of at least 25 micrometers.


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Kenneth T Reilly, Richard G W Gingerich: Process for producing electroluminescent phosphors of improved brightness. GTE Products Corporation, Ronald R Castle, L Rita Quatrini, August 22, 1989: US04859361 (29 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for producing an electroluminescent phosphor which comprises blending a chloride flux, a copper source, and zinc sulfide to form a relatively uniform admixture, heating the admixture at a temperature of from about 1000.degree. C. to about 1300.degree. C. for about 2 to about 8 ...


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Kenneth T Reilly, Andrew G Sigai: Coated electroluminescent phosphor. GTE Products Corporation, Elizabeth A Levy, September 14, 1993: US05244750 (26 worldwide citation)

A coated electroluminescent phosphor which can be copper activated zinc sulfide, copper and manganese activated zinc sulfide or copper activated zinc sulfide-selenide is disclosed having a particle size of from less than about 5 micrometers in diameter to about 80 micrometers in diameter. The coatin ...


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Vaddi Butchi Reddy, Kenneth T Reilly: ZnS:Cu electroluminescent phosphor and method of making same. Osram Sylvania, William H McNeill, December 30, 1997: US05702643 (17 worldwide citation)

A improved ZnS:Cu electroluminescent phosphor having a halflife of at least about 900 hours. The halflife improvement is made by doping the phosphor with minor amounts of gold and substantially increasing the amount of low intensity milling between firing steps. The improved phosphor has a dramatica ...


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Kenneth T Reilly, Richard G W Gingerich, Christopher S Poss: Process for producing electroluminescent yellow zinc sulfide phosphors. GTE Products Corporation, Robert E Walter, April 23, 1991: US05009808 (15 worldwide citation)

A phosphor composition consisting essentially of particles of zinc sulfide electroluminescent phosphor activated with from about 0.7% by weight of about 1.3% by weight of manganese, based upon the total weight of the phosphor composition, wherein the electroluminescent emission of the phosphor has a ...


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Alan D Douglas, Kenneth T Reilly: Recovery of rhenium. GTE Products Corporation, Robert E Walter, June 4, 1985: US04521381 (11 worldwide citation)

In a process is disclosed for recovering rhenium from tungsten and rhenium bearing material by oxidizing and fusing the starting material, solubilizing the tungsten and rhenium values, passing the resulting solution through a strongly basic anion exchange resin to retain the rhenium, removing the rh ...


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Alan D Douglas, Kenneth T Reilly, John E Landmesser: Recovery of rhenium. GTE Products Corporation, Robert E Walter, December 10, 1985: US04557906 (11 worldwide citation)

In a process for recovering rhenium, a starting material containing tungsten and rhenium is reacted with sodium hydroxide and an oxidizing reactant to form a fused solid. The fused solid is dissolved in water to solubilize the tungsten and rhenium values and then pass through an anion exchange resin ...


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Vaddi Butchi Reddy, Kenneth T Reilly: Improved blue-green emitting ZnS:Cu,Cl electroluminescent phosphor and method of making same. Osram Sylvania, Robert F Clark, William H McNeill, January 27, 1998: US05711898 (9 worldwide citation)

An improved blue-green emitting ZnS:Cu,Cl phosphor is made by doping the phosphor with small amounts of gold and increasing the amount of low intensity milling between firing steps. The improved phosphor has better halflife and brightness characteristics while maintaining its desired emission color.


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Alan D Douglas, Kenneth T Reilly, John E Landmesser: Controllable nitrate fusion. GTE Products Corporation, Robert E Walter, July 29, 1986: US04603043 (7 worldwide citation)

A process for converting tungsten bearing material to sodium tungstate by adding an oxidizing reactant in small increments to a heated mixture of fused sodium hydroxide and the tungsten bearing material while the temperature is maintained at from about 500.degree. C. to about 700.degree. C.


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Alan D Douglas, Kenneth T Reilly, John E Landmesser, Richard E Landry, Martin B MacInnis: Recovery of tungsten and rhenium. GTE Products Corporation, Donald R Castle, L Riti Quatrini, August 5, 1986: US04604265 (6 worldwide citation)

A process is disclosed for recovering tungsten and rhenium from a tungsten and rhenium source. The process involves firing the source in an oxidizing atmosphere at a sufficient temperature for a sufficient time to convert the tungsten and rhenium to their respective oxides, to remove a portion of th ...



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