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Karen Buechler
Stephen Dunmead, Kauko Johannes Karpale, Alan W Weimer, Karen J Buechler, Jacob A Johnson: Rapid conversion of metal-containing compounds to form metals or metal alloys. OMG Americas, The Regents of the University of Colorado, Kalow & Springut, February 10, 2004: US06689191 (9 worldwide citation)

A method of converting metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compounds into a metal or metal alloy by rapidly heating the metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compound to an elevated temperature to instigate conversion and holding the metal-containing or metal alloy-containing compound at ...


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Karen Buechler
Stephen Dunmead, Kauko Johannes Karpale, Alan W Weimer, Karen J Buechler, Jacob A Johnson: Rapid conversion of metal-containing compounds to form metal oxides. Gary R Molnar Esq, Kalow & Springut, December 18, 2003: US20030230169-A1

A method of converting metal-containing compounds into a metal or metal oxide by rapidly heating the metal-containing compound to an elevated temperature to instigate conversion and holding the metal-containing compound at the elevated temperature for a time sufficient to effect formation of the met ...


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Pilliar Robert M: Surgical prosthetic device with porous metal coating. Ontario Research Foundation, Sim & McBurney, December 24, 1974: US3855638 (500 worldwide citation)

A novel surgical prosthetic device having many useful surgical applications comprises a composite structure. The composite consists of a solid metallic material substrate and a porous coating adhered to and extending at least partially over the surface of the substrate. The porous coating has certai ...


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Emanuel M Sachs, John S Haggerty, Michael J Cima, Paul A Williams: Three-dimensional printing techniques. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Robert F O Connell, April 20, 1993: US05204055 (460 worldwide citation)

A process for making a component by depositing a first layer of a fluent porous material, such as a powder, in a confined region and then depositing a binder material to selected regions of the layer of powder material to produce a layer of bonded powder material at the selected regions. Such steps ...


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Wentorf Jr Robert H, Rocco William A: Diamond tools for machining. General Electric Company, July 17, 1973: US3745623 (400 worldwide citation)

Diamond tools and superpressure processes for the preparation thereof are described wherein the diamond content is present either in the form of a mass comprising diamond crystals bonded to each other or of a thin skin of diamond crystals bonded to each other. In each instance the diamond content is ...


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David M Keicher, James L Bullen, Pierrette H Gorman, James W Love, Kevin J Dullea, Mark E Smith: Forming structures from CAD solid models. Optomec Design Company, Thomas N Giaccherini, May 21, 2002: US06391251 (269 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for embedding features and controlling material composition in a three-dimensional structure (


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Moungi Bawendi, Nathan E Stott: Preparation of nanocrystallites. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fish & Richardson P C, June 10, 2003: US06576291 (255 worldwide citation)

A method of manufacturing a nanocrystallite from a M-containing salt forms a nanocrystallite. The nanocrystallite can be a member of a population of nanocrystallites having a narrow size distribution and can include one or more semiconductor materials. Semiconducting nanocrystallites can photolumine ...


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Tronzo Raymond G: Bone implant with porous exterior surface. Jackson Jackson & Chovanes, May 7, 1974: US3808606 (220 worldwide citation)

A bone implant for vertebrates, including humans and animals in veterinary surgery such as hip prosthesis or a bone implant into the jaw in dental surgery, having a solid surface adapted to be in contact with the growing bone, said surfaces having at the outside at least a depth of 100 microns and p ...


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Katsuyuki Yamada, Hiroko Iwasaki, Yukio Ide, Makoto Harigaya, Yoshiyuki Kageyama, Hiroshi Deguchi, Masaetsu Takahashi, Yoshitaka Hayashi: Sputtering target, method of producing the target, optical recording medium fabricated by using the sputtering target, and method of fabricating the optical recording medium. Ricoh Company, Cooper & Dunham, August 28, 2001: US06280684 (217 worldwide citation)

A sputtering target for fabricating a recording layer of a phase-change type optical recording medium contains a compound or mixture including as constituent elements Ag, In, Te and Sb with the respective atomic percent (atom. %) of &agr;, &bgr;, &ggr; and &dgr; thereof being in the relationship of ...


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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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