51
Thomas L Frazzini, Michael K Holland, Charles E Pietri, Jon R Weiss: Apparatus for use in rapid and accurate controlled-potential coulometric analysis. The United States of America represented by the United States Department of Energy, James E Denny, Frank H Jackson, Donald P Reynolds, January 13, 1981: US04244800 (35 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for controlled-potential coulometric analysis of a solution includes a cell to contain the solution to be analyzed and a plurality of electrodes to contact the solution in the cell. Means are provided to stir the solution and to control the atmosphere above it. A potentiostat connected ...


52
Peter J Loftus, Charles E Benson, Roberto O Pellizzari, Richard R Martin: Ultra low emissions burner. Gas Research Institute, Factor and Shaftal, December 28, 1999: US06007325 (34 worldwide citation)

A gas fired burner is provided for use in applications such as chemical process furnaces for process heaters in refineries and chemical plants, and the like. The burner is provided with a plurality of fuel gas inlets for enabling manipulation of the flame shape and combustion characteristics of the ...


53
Arthur P Skelley, John M Koltick Jr, Naresh J Suchak, Wesley M Rohrer Jr: Process for removing No.sub.x and So.sub.x from exhaust gas. Arthur P Skelley, Price & Adams, December 19, 2000: US06162409 (34 worldwide citation)

An exhaust gas stream containing oxides of nitrogen and sulfur from a fossil fuel fired boiler, a fired process heater, or a chemical process are diverted from a stack prior to emission to the atmosphere through a duct system to a mixer where an oxidant, such as ozone, is added to the exhaust gas at ...


54
Enoch I Wang, William L Bowden, Paul Gionet: Process for producing manganese dioxide. Duracell, Ronald S Cornell, Edward M Corcoran, Barry D Josephs, February 21, 1995: US05391365 (33 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the manufacture of manganese dioxide by a chemical process. The resulting manganese dioxide product takes the form of particles characterized by filament-like protrusions jutting out from its surface. The manganese dioxide particles having such surface features can be manufa ...


55
Takeo Kagatani: Power device. Ward & Olivo, May 4, 1999: US05900330 (33 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates generally to a new power device. More specifically, it creates hydrogen from supplied water and electricity. The hydrogen is then used in combination with air in an electrolysis-electrical cell to produce electric power. All of this is accomplished by first storing the ...


56
Brent Geoffrey Frederick: Integrated chemical process. Orica Explosives Technology, Brent Geoffrey Frederick, CURWEN Julian Charles Barton, May 29, 2008: WO/2008/061305 (33 worldwide citation)

A mineral carbonation process, characterised in that the silicate feedstock is thermally activated by using heat generated from the combustion of fuel prior to reacting the activated slurry feedstock with carbon dioxide.


57
Aliassghar Tofighi, Christian Rey: Synthesis of calcium phosphates by mechano-chemical process. Etex Corporation, Clark & Elbing, January 15, 2008: US07318841 (32 worldwide citation)

A low crystallinity calcium phosphate powder is prepared by mechanically grinding a calcium phosphate solid under grinding forces local heating sufficient to mechanically alloy the calcium phosphate solid and reduce the crystalline domains of the calcium phosphate solid to less than about 100 nm. Th ...


58
Akihiko Asano, Tomoatsu Kinoshita: Method for manufacturing thin film device and semiconductor device using a third substrate. Sony Corporation, Sonnenschein Nath & Rosenthal, July 12, 2005: US06916681 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a thin film device. The thin film device is manufactured by bonding a second substrate (106) to a thin film device layer (103) provided on a protective layer (102) formed on a first substrate (101) through a first adhesive layer (105), then ...


59
Edwin A Richardson, Ronald F Scheuerman, David C Berkshire: Chemical process for backsurging fluid through well casing perforations. Shell Oil Company, August 26, 1980: US04219083 (32 worldwide citation)

A backsurge of fluid through perforations in a well casing is chemically induced by injecting into the surrounding reservoir a solution which contains (a) nitrogen gas-generating reactants, (b) a reaction-retarding alkaline buffer, and (c) a pH-reducing reactant that is capable of subsequently overr ...


60
Enoch I Wang, Lifun Lin, William L Bowden: Process for producing manganese dioxide. Duracell, Ronald S Cornell, Edward M Corcoran, Barry D Josephs, September 20, 1994: US05348726 (32 worldwide citation)

The invention relates to the manufacture of manganese dioxide by a chemical process. The resulting manganese dioxide product takes the form of particles characterized by filament-like protrusions jutting out from its surface. The manganese dioxide particles having such surface features can be manufa ...