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Toshikatsu Mori, Masato Takeuchi, Otane Hitomi, Shigeo Uno, Jinichi Imahashi, Fumito Nakajima: Process for removing nitrogen oxides using ammonia as a reductant and sulfated metallic catalysts. Hitachi, Craig & Antonelli, August 15, 1978: US04107272 (29 worldwide citation)

Nitrogen oxides are removed from flue gas evolving from stationary sources and containing the nitrogen oxides through reduction of nitrogen oxides to nitrogen by passing the flue gas over a catalyst of metal compounds containing oxysulfur compounds in the presence of an ammonia gas.


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Toshiki Kahara, Toshikatsu Mori, Jinichi Imahashi, Akio Honji, Kohki Tamura: Method for operating fuel cell. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, November 26, 1985: US04555452 (18 worldwide citation)

In operating a fuel cell comprising an oxidizing agent chamber subject to supply of an oxidizing agent gas and a fuel chamber subjected to supply of a fuel gas, sintering of noble metal particles such as platinum black as an electrode catalyst can be prevented from sintering by connecting the fuel c ...


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Shimpei Matsuda, Akira Kato, Toshikatsu Mori, Teruo Kumagai, Yukio Hishinuma, Hidetoshi Akimoto, Fumito Nakajima: Process for treating flue gas. Hitachi, Babcock Hitachi Kabushiki Kaisha, Thomas E Beall Jr, September 21, 1982: US04350670 (11 worldwide citation)

A coal or petroleum combustion flue gas containing sulfur oxides and dust is treated by contacting the flue gas with a sulfur dioxide-oxidizing catalyst, thereby converting sulfur dioxide to sulfur trioxide, allowing the resulting sulfur trioxide to react with components of dust, absorbing the triox ...


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Hideo Okada, Toshikatsu Mori, Kouichi Mitsugi, Yoshio Iwase, Satoshi Kuroe, Masato Takeuchi, Tomoichi Kamo: Fuel cell, electrode for the cell and method of preparation thereof. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry Stout & Kraus, July 24, 1990: US04943496 (11 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a molten carbonate type fuel cell comprising two electrodes as anode and cathode, an electrolyte plate and separators in a single unit and a battery of the unit cells stacked. The electrodes comprise a porous plate of an electron-conducting material such as nickel cont ...


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Toshikatsu Mori, Teruo Kumagai, Shimpei Matsuda, Fumito Nakajima: Method and apparatus for converting sulfur dioxide in gas to sulfur. Hitachi, Babcock Hitachi Kabushiki Kaisha, Thomas E Beall Jr, July 27, 1982: US04341753 (9 worldwide citation)

There is provided a method for converting sulfur dioxide in an exhaust gas to sulfur, which comprises the reduction step of reducing sulfur dioxide in an exhaust gas containing water vapor to hydrogen sulfide in the presence of carbon, a part of the exhaust gas is caused to bypass the reduction step ...


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Toshikatsu Mori, Teruo Kumagai, Shinpei Matsuda, Tsukasa Nishimura, Yasuyuki Nishimura: Process for desulfurizing combustion exhaust gases. Babcock Hitachi, Thomas E Beall Jr, May 4, 1982: US04328195 (7 worldwide citation)

An improved process for desulfurizing combustion exhaust gases of mainly coal containing sulfur oxides, HF and dust containing Al is provided, which process consists of four steps; a first step of contacting the gases with calcium carbonate or hydroxide in the form of slurry to convert the sulfur ox ...


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Toshikatsu Mori, Seizi Takeuchi, Shimpei Matsuda, Teruo Kumagi, Akira Kato, Hisao Yamashita, Masato Takeuchi: Catalytic reaction process. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, March 25, 1986: US04578112 (3 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a catalytic reaction process in which a substance in a liquid reaction system is catalytically reacted with a gaseous substance which is hardly soluble in the liquid reaction system in the presence of a solid catalyst of a non-electroconductive, hydrophobic polymeric material, a part of ...


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Seizi Takeuchi, Tomoichi Kamo, Tatsuo Horiba, Kunko Kitami, Toshikatsu Mori, Toshiki Kahara, Jinichi Imahashi, Akio Honji, Masato Takeuchi, Kohki Tamura: Fuel cell. Hitachi, Antonelli Terry & Wands, February 17, 1987: US04643957 (3 worldwide citation)

In a fuel cell comprising a pair of counterposed gas-diffusible electrodes, an electrolyte-retaining, porous matrix provided between and in contact with the electrodes, a fuel chamber for feeding a gaseous fuel to the anode of the pair of the electrodes and an oxidizing agent chamber for feeding a g ...