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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark: Production of a cell electrode system. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, March 16, 1982: US04320185 (43 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the production of polymer-bonded cell electrodes comprises forming a particulate material which can be developed into a shaped polymeric system comprising an electrode active material encradled in a porous, fiber-containing, polymeric composition. In a preferred embodiment, the pol ...


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark, Paul D Goodell: Hydrogen sorbent composition. MPD Technology Corporation, Miriam W Leff, Raymond J Kenny, February 21, 1984: US04433063 (29 worldwide citation)

A hydrogen sorbent composition is provided which is comprised of a hydridable material such as LaNi.sub.5 encradled throughout a porous, fiber-containing polymeric composition.


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark, Paul D Goodell: Production of a polymeric active composition. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, May 24, 1983: US04385019 (21 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for forming a polymeric material which can be developed into a shaped polymeric structure comprising an active material encradled in a porous, fiber-containing polymeric composition. In the process, the active material is mixed with a tripartite system comprising a fibrillatabl ...


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark: Production of a cell electrode system. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, August 2, 1983: US04396693 (17 worldwide citation)

An improvement in the production of polymer-bonded cell electrodes comprises forming a particulate material which can be developed into a shaped polymeric system comprising an electrode active material encradled in a porous, fiber-containing, polymeric composition. In a preferred embodiment, the pol ...


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David M Spillman, Steve J Ebel, William D K Clark: High energy density pressure tolerant cell. Wilson Greatbatch, Hodgson Russ Andrews Woods & Goodyear, November 1, 1994: US05360678 (14 worldwide citation)

A pressure tolerant high energy density battery (10) is described. The battery has a metal casing (12) having a pressure compensating means in the form of bellows (30) comprising a plurality of successive convolutions individually welded to one end of the battery opposite a terminal conductor (20). ...


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark, Paul D Goodell: Catalyst sheet and preparation. MPD Technology Corporation, Raymond J Kenny, Miriam W Leff, June 1, 1982: US04332698 (14 worldwide citation)

A catalyst composition is provided as a thin flexible sheet in standard polymer processing equipment. The catalyst is comprised of catalyst particles encradled in a porous, fiber-containing polymeric material.


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Philip Bernstein, James P Coffey, Alan E Varker, John T Arms, William D K Clark, Paul D Goodell: Particulate catalyst and preparation. MPD Technology Corporation, Miriam W Leff, Raymond J Kenny, November 9, 1982: US04358396 (13 worldwide citation)

A particulate catalyst composition is provided by processing components in standard polymer processing equipment to obtain catalyst particles encradled in a porous, fiber-containing polymeric material.


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Vance R Shepard Jr, Dale E Hall, John T Arms, William D K Clark: Electrolytic production of hydrogen. Inco Alloys International, Raymond J Kenny, Francis J Mulligan Jr, April 12, 1988: US04737249 (12 worldwide citation)

A process for the electrochemical production of hydrogen from an aqueous alkaline electrolyte characterized by the use as a cathode of a material having the general formula AB.sub.5 H.sub.x wherein A is one or more of rare earth metals and calcium, B is nickel or cobalt and x is a number, generally ...


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Dale E Hall, William D K Clark: Electrodeposition of cadmium-selenium semiconducting photoelectrodes from an acid citrate bath. The International Nickel Company, R J Kenny, E A Steen, March 3, 1981: US04253919 (8 worldwide citation)

A process for electrodepositing cadmium and selenium onto a material suitable for use as a photoelectrode in a photovoltaic cell. The plating electrolyte, in one embodiment, consists essentially of an acid citrate bath including hydrated citric acid, hydrated sodium citrate, hydrated cadmium chlorid ...


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Keith A Klinedinst, William D K Clark: Electrochemical cell using iodine monochloride. Whittaker Corporation, Donald E Nist, November 15, 1988: US04784927 (3 worldwide citation)

A primary electrochemical cell having an oxidizable active anode material, a cathode current collector, and an electrolytic solution. The electrolytic solution consists essentially of liquid cathode material, an electrolyte solute for imparting conductivity, and iodine monochloride for catalyzing th ...