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Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Miyake Yuichi, Okada Chikara: Permanent magnet containing rare earth metal, boron and iron.. Santoku Metal, January 4, 1995: EP0632471-A2 (16 worldwide citation)

A permanent magnet is obtained by pulverizing, molding and sintering a starting material containing an alloy ingot. The alloy ingot contains not less than 90% by volume of prismatic crystals each having a prismatic crystal grain size of 0.1 to 50 mu m along a short axis thereof and a prismatic cryst ...


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Tanibuchi Yuji, Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Okada Chikara: Age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy, its manufacture, and negative electrode for nickel-hydrogen secondary cell. Santoku Metal, January 2, 1997: EP0751229-A1 (12 worldwide citation)

An AB5 type age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy having a composition expressed by (1): R(Ni1-xMx)5+y where R represents one or more of rare-earth elements including Y, M represents one or more selected from a group of Co, Al, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zr, Ti, Mo, W, and B and x and y respectively sati ...


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Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Miyake Yuichi, Okada Chikara, Kitazume Nobuyuki: Rare-earth metal-nickel hydrogen occlusive alloy ingot and method for production thereof.. Santoku Metal, November 24, 1993: EP0570957-A2 (6 worldwide citation)

A rare earth metal-nickel hydrogen occlusive alloy ingot contains 90 vol% or more of crystals having a crystal grain size of 1 to 50 mu m as measured along a short axis of the crystal and 1 to 100 mu m as measured along a long axis of the crystal. A method for producing the rare earth metal-nickel h ...


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Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Miyake Yuichi, Okada Chikara: Alloy ingot for permanent magnet, anisotropic powders for permanent magnet, method for producing same and permanent magnet.. Santoku Metal, August 25, 1993: EP0556751-A1 (4 worldwide citation)

An alloy ingot for permanent magnet consists essentially of rare earth metal and iron and optionally boron. The two-component alloy ingot contains 90 vol% or more of crystals having a crystal grain size along a short axis of 0.1 to 100 mu m and that along a long axis of 0.1 to 100 mu m. The three-co ...


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Kaneko Akihito Santoku Metal I, Kitazume Nobuyuki Santoku Meta, Okada Chikara Santoku Metal In: Method for collecting valuable metal from nickel-hydrogen secondary cell.. Santoku Metal, April 26, 1995: EP0649912-A1 (2 worldwide citation)

A method comprising the steps of preparing crushed material by crushing nickel-hydrogen secondary cells; separating alkalis, organic substances, and iron from the crushed substance in order to obtain a separated material from which at least alkalis, organic substances, and iron are separated; burnin ...


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Tanibuchi, Yuji, Jamamoto Kazuhiko, Okada Chikara: Age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy, its manufacture and negative electrode for nickel-hydrogen secondary cell. Santoku Metal, ZHONG SHOUQI, February 5, 1997: CN95191812

An AB5 type age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy having a composition expressed by (1): R(Ni1-xMx)5+y where R represents one or more of rare-earth elements including Y, M represents one or more selected from a group of Co, Al, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zr, Ti, Mo, W, and B and x and y respectively sati ...


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Tanibuchi Yuji, Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Okada Chikara: Age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy, its manufacture, and negative electrode for nickel-hydrogen secondary cell. Santoku Metal, Tanibuchi Yuji, Yamamoto Kazuhiko, Okada Chikara, KANESAKA Makoto, May 17, 1996: WO/1996/014442

An AB¿5? type age-precipitating rare earth metal-nickel alloy having a composition expressed by (1): R(Ni¿1-x?M¿x?)¿5+y? where R represents one or more of rare-earth elements including Y, M represents one or more selected from a group of Co, Al, Mn, Fe, Cu, Zr, Ti, Mo, W, and B and x and y respectiv ...


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Kaneko Akihito, Kitazume Nobuyuki, Okada Chikara: Method for collecting valuable metal from nickel-hydrogen secondary cell. Santoku Metal, Kaneko Akihito, Kitazume Nobuyuki, Okada Chikara, KANESAKA Makoto, October 13, 1994: WO/1994/023073

A method comprising the steps of preparing crushed material by crushing nickel-hydrogen secondary cells; separating alkalis, organic substances, and iron from the crushed substance in order to obtain a separated material from which at least alkalis, organic substances, and iron are separated; burnin ...



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