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Tapesh Yadav, Clayton Kostelecky, Evan Franke, Bijan Miremadi, Ming Au: Nanostructured fillers and carriers. Nanomaterials Research Corporation, Sam Pasternack Esq, Stuart T Langley Esq, May 8, 2001: US06228904 (227 worldwide citation)

A nanocomposite structure comprising a nanostructured filler or carrier intimately mixed with a matrix, and methods of making such a structure. The nanostructured filler has a domain size sufficiently small to alter an electrical, magnetic, optical, electrochemical, chemical, thermal, biomedical, or ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Ming Au, Bijan Miremadi, John Freim, Yuval Avniel, Roger Dirstine, John Alexander, Evan Franke: Materials and products using nanostructured non-stoichiometric substances. NanoEnergy Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, February 5, 2002: US06344271 (187 worldwide citation)

Nanoscale non-stoichiometric materials with unusual properties are disclosed. These materials offer a wide range of novel formulations for applications in catalysis, chemicals and fuels, electronics, electromagnetics, photonics, optics, sensors, electrochemical products, structural products, biomedi ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Ming Au, Bijan Miremadi, John Freim, Yuval Avniel, Roger Dirstine, John Alexander, Evan Franke: Nanotechnology for biomedical products. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, June 3, 2003: US06572672 (184 worldwide citation)

Nanostructured non-stoichiometric materials are disclosed. Novel biomedical materials and their applications are discussed. More specifically, the specifications teach the use of nanotechnology and nanostructured materials for developing novel biomedical products.


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Shahid Pirzada, Tapesh Yadav: Method of producing nanoscale powders by quenching of vapors. Nanomaterials Research Corporation, Choate Hall & Stewart, August 4, 1998: US05788738 (172 worldwide citation)

A thermal reactor system that produces nanoscale powders by ultra-rapid thermal quench processing of high-temperature vapors through a boundary-layer converging-diverging nozzle. A gas suspension of precursor material is continuously fed to a thermal reaction chamber and vaporized under conditions t ...


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Shahid Pirzada, Tapesh Yadav: Integrated thermal process for the continuous synthesis of nanoscale powders. Nanomaterials Research Corporation, Choate Hall & Stewart, December 22, 1998: US05851507 (155 worldwide citation)

A continuous process that produces nanoscale powders from different types of precursor material by evaporating the material and quenching the vaporized phase in a converging-diverging expansion nozzle. The precursor material suspended in a carrier gas is continuously vaporized in a thermal reaction ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Clayton Kostlecky, Anthony Vigliotti: Nanocomposite devices and related nanotechnology. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, November 9, 2004: US06813931 (135 worldwide citation)

Nano-engineered devices exhibiting quantum effect and methods for forming such devices from nanomaterials are disclosed. Multilaminated sensing, piezoelectric, photonic, biomedical and thermal devices are taught. The composition included are chalcogenides, oxides, nitrides, borides, carbides, phosph ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Karl Pfaffenbach: Nano-dispersed powders and methods for their manufacture. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, November 25, 2003: US06652967 (133 worldwide citation)

Dispersed powders are disclosed that comprise fine nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Fine powders discussed are of sizes less than 100 microns, preferabl ...


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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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Tapesh Yadav, Clayton Kostelecky: Non-spherical nanopowder derived nanocomposites. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, July 12, 2005: US06916872 (115 worldwide citation)

Nanocomposites from nanofillers with preferred form of whiskers, rods, plates and fibers are disclosed. The matrix composition described includes polymers, ceramics and metals. The composition disclosed include inorganic, organic and metallic. These nanocomposites are useful in wide range of applica ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Karl Pfaffenbach: Nano-dispersed catalysts particles. Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, April 6, 2004: US06716525 (106 worldwide citation)

Catalyst powders from nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Nano-dispersed submicron powders and nano-dispersed nanopowders are discussed.



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