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Larry Guilbault Artie Chin
Duane John Mazur, Norman Louis Weinberg, Lawrence James Guilbault, Arthur Achhing Chin, Klaus Tomantschger: One-step electrosynthesis of borohydride. Rohm And Haas Company, October 13, 2005: US20050224365-A1

A method for producing borohydride by causing current to flow in an electrolytic cell between an anode and a cathode, wherein a solution of a boron-containing compound is in contact with the cathode, and wherein the cathode comprises a conductive material having activity as a high hydrogen overpoten ...


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Larry Guilbault
Lawrence James Guilbault, Edward Augustine Sullivan, Nancy Margaret Sullivan legal representative, Norman Louis Weinberg: Electrolytic method for producing borohydride. Rohm and Haas Company, Kenneth Crimaldi, December 29, 2009: US07638029

A method for producing borohydride by causing current to flow in an electrolytic cell between an anode and a cathode, wherein a solution of trialkoxyborohydride is in contact with the cathode.


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Larry Guilbault
Lawrence James Guilbault, Edward Augustine Sullivan, Nancy Margaret Sullivan, Norman Louis Weinberg: Electrolytic method for producing borohydride. Rohm And Haas Company, October 13, 2005: US20050224364-A1

A method for producing borohydride by causing current to flow in an electrolytic cell between an anode and a cathode, wherein a solution of trialkoxyborohydride is in contact with the cathode.


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Katsumi Niki, Katsuyoshi Kobayashi, Hiroo Inoguchi, Tatsuhiko Yagi: Chemically modified electrodes and their uses. Ajinomoto Company Incorporated, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, October 28, 1986: US04619754 (365 worldwide citation)

An electrically conducting solid electrode having a surface on which a nitrogen-containing electron mediator and a strong acidic cation exchange resin containing aromatic groups are immobilized is disclosed along with methods for producing this electrode and uses therefor.


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Robert L Peck: Ionic semiconductor materials and applications thereof. T and G Corporation, Chilton Alix & Van Kirk, October 8, 1991: US05055171 (324 worldwide citation)

An electrode comprising: metallic electrode material; and a nonporous solid composite material encapsulating the electrode material, the composite material comprising an inert matrix material having hydrogel substantially uniformly dispersed therein, the hydrogel comprising 10% to approximately 50% ...


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Satyam C Cherukuri, Robert R Demers, Zhong H Fan, Aaron W Levine, Sterling E McBride, Peter J Zanzucchi: Method and system for inhibiting cross-contamination in fluids of combinatorial chemistry device. David Sarnoff Research Center, William J Burke, February 18, 1997: US05603351 (316 worldwide citation)

A system and method for accomplishing a plurality of combinatorial processes in parallel comprising a microelectronic and fluidic array (device array) having micron-sized reservoirs, connecting microchannels and reaction cells etched into a substrate. The device array is supported by a station which ...


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Yasuhiro Kimura, Katsumi Niki: Modified electrode. Ajinomoto Co, Oblon Fisher Spivak McClelland & Maier, June 17, 1986: US04595479 (307 worldwide citation)

A chemically modified electrode comprising a pyrolytic graphite surface, wherein the basal plane of graphite is exposed on said surface and a redox/adsorption electron mediator is irreversibly absorped directly onto the basal plane of graphite on said surface, is disclosed along with methods of usin ...


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J Samuel Batchelder: Method and apparatus for dielectrophoretic manipulation of chemical species. Parmelee Bollinger & Bramblett, June 28, 1983: US04390403 (278 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides method and apparatus for manipulating one or more chemicals within a reaction chamber or housing by dielectrophoretic forces. At least two materials, one of which is a chemical to be manipulated, are provided within the housing. The materials have different dielectric ...


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Arthur J Frank: Organic conductive films for semiconductor electrodes. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, Kenneth L Richardson, Jeannette M Walder, Michael F Esposito, July 24, 1984: US04461691 (261 worldwide citation)

According to the present invention, improved electrodes overcoated with conductive polymer films and preselected catalysts are provided. The electrodes typically comprise an inorganic semiconductor overcoated with a charge conductive polymer film comprising a charge conductive polymer in or on which ...


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Robin Cheung, Ashok Sinha, Avi Tepman, Dan Carl: Apparatus for electro-chemical deposition with thermal anneal chamber. Applied Materials, Thomason Moser & Patterson, October 24, 2000: US06136163 (255 worldwide citation)

The present invention generally provides an electro-chemical deposition system that is designed with a flexible architecture that is expandable to accommodate future designs rules and gap fill requirements and provides satisfactory throughput to meet the demands of other processing systems. The elec ...



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