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Raman Chelliah, Jason S Cornez, Carl Dellar, Stephen Harrison, John A Hempe, Chih Cheng Hsu, Eric J Golin, Charles A Price, Neal S Rutta, Thomas A Wood, Wayne K Yamamoto: Computer system and method for electronic commerce. Broadvision, Cooley Godward, January 20, 1998: US05710887 (1410 worldwide citation)

A system for facilitating commercial transactions, between a plurality of customers and at least one supplier of items over a computer driven network capable of providing communications between the supplier and at least one customer site associated with each customer. Each site includes an associate ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian J Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, J Peter Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Battery with bifunctional electrolyte. Plurion Systems, Rutan & Tucker, January 17, 2006: US06986966 (42 worldwide citation)

A battery comprises an acid electrolyte in which a compound provides acidity to the electrolyte and further increases solubility of at least one metal in the redox pair. Especially preferred compounds include alkyl sulfonic acids and alkyl phosphonic acids, and particularly preferred redox coupled i ...


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Kamyab Amouzegar, Guy St Amant, Stephen Harrison: Process for the purification of lithium carbonate. Limtech, W Patrick Bengtsson, Pillsbury Madison & Sutro, April 11, 2000: US06048507 (29 worldwide citation)

Disclosed are methods for preparing high purity lithium carbonate which can be used for pharmaceutical applications, electronic grade crystals of lithium or to prepare battery-grade lithium metal. Lithium carbonate as commercially produced from mineral extraction, lithium-containing brines or sea wa ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, Peter J Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Cerium batteries. Plurion Company, Fish & Associates PC, December 1, 2009: US07625663 (29 worldwide citation)

A power cell (100A) has an electrolyte that includes a reodox pair comprising cerium. The electrolyte in preferred cells is an acid electrolyte that comprises a element ion complexed by an organic acid or a chelating agent, and contemplated electrolytes may further include a compound that reduces th ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, Peter J Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Secondary battery with autolytic dendrites. Plurion, Fish & Associates PC, May 8, 2007: US07214443 (26 worldwide citation)

A battery (100) comprises a cell having a cathode compartment (120) that includes an element that is oxidized during charging of the battery (100), wherein the oxidized element forms a salt with an acid and thereby increases the H+ concentration in the cathode compartment (120) sufficient to promote ...


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Robert Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, J Peter Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Lanthanide batteries. Plurion, Fish & Associates PC, August 7, 2007: US07252905 (26 worldwide citation)

A battery (100) comprises an electrolyte in which a lanthanide and zinc form a redox pair. Preferred electrolytes are acid electrolytes, and most preferably comprise methane sulfonic acid, and it is further contemplated that suitable electrolytes may include at least two lanthanides. Contemplated la ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, Peter J Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Load leveling battery and methods therefor. Plurion, Fish & Associates PC, September 18, 2007: US07270911 (23 worldwide citation)

A load leveling battery (122) comprising an electrolyte that includes a cerium zinc redox pair wherein preferred electrolytes are acid electrolytes, and most preferably comprise methane sulfonic acid. Contemplated load leveling batteries (122) have an open circuit voltage of at least 2.4 Volt per ce ...


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Robert Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, J Peter Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Battery with gelled electrolyte. Plurion, Fish & Associates PC, November 20, 2007: US07297437 (20 worldwide citation)

An electric device comprises a gelled acid electrolyte (142A) in complex with a lanthanide that forms a redox pair with a second element. Preferred electric devices include batteries and especially primary batteries, while preferred acid electrolytes (124A) have a sulfonic acid group. Contemplated l ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, J Peter Millington, Samaresh Mohanta: Mixed electrolyte battery. Plurion, Fish & Associates PC, July 14, 2009: US07560189 (19 worldwide citation)

A battery (100B) comprises an electrolyte in which a first element forms a redox pair with a second element, wherein the battery (100B) is charged at a voltage sufficient to plate the first element at the anode (122B) and wherein the voltage is insufficient to plate the second element on the anode ( ...


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Robert Lewis Clarke, Brian J Dougherty, Stephen Harrison, J Peter Millington, Samaresh Mohanta, Bernd Busse: Electric devices with improved bipolar electrode. Plurion Systems, Rutan & Tucker, April 25, 2006: US07033696 (14 worldwide citation)

An electric device has a plurality of cells in which in an acid electrolyte a lanthanide and zinc form a redox couple that provide a current, and in which at least two of the cells are separated by a bipolar electrode that comprises a glassy carbon or a Magneli phase titanium suboxide.