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Tapesh Yadav: Nanostructured powders and related nanotechnology. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Kent A Lembke, Hogan & Hartson, July 25, 2006: US07081267 (76 worldwide citation)

Methods to manufacture nanoscale particles comprising metals, alloys, intermetallics, ceramics are disclosed. The thermal energy is provided by plasma, internal energy, heat of reaction, microwave, electromagnetic, direct electric arc, pulsed electric arc and/or nuclear. The process is operated at s ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Bijan Miremadi: Nanoscale catalyst compositions from complex and non-stoichiometric compositions. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, May 13, 2003: US06562495 (76 worldwide citation)

Nanostructured non-stoichiometric materials are disclosed. Novel catalysts and their applications are discussed. More specifically, the specifications teach the use of nanotechnology and nanostructured materials for developing novel catalysts for petrochemical, polymers, plastics, specialty chemical ...


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Tapesh Yadav, Ming Au: Nanotechnology for electrochemical and energy devices. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, May 27, 2003: US06569518 (76 worldwide citation)

Novel non-ionics and energy device materials made from non-stoichiometric nanomaterials and their applications are discussed. More specifically, the specifications teach the use of nanotechnology and nanostructured materials for developing novel energy related products.


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Tapesh Yadav, Roger Dirstine, John Alexander: Nanotechnology for electrical devices. NanoProducts Corporation, Stuart T Langley, Hogan & Hartson, April 29, 2003: US06554609 (74 worldwide citation)

Nanostructured non-stoichiometric non-equilibrium materials are disclosed. Novel electromagnetic materials and their applications are discussed. More specifically, the specifications teach the use of nanotechnology and nanostructured materials for developing novel electrical devices and products.


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McDonald Robinson, Richard C Westhoff, Charles E Hunt, Li Ling, Ziv Atzmon: Silicon-germanium-carbon compositions and processes thereof. Lawrence Semiconductor Research Laboratory, The Regents of the University of California, The Arizona Board of Regents, Robert Moll, May 16, 2000: US06064081 (71 worldwide citation)

Silicon-germanium-based compositions comprising silicon, germanium, and carbon (i.e., Si--Ge--C), methods for growing Si--Ge--C epitaxial layer(s) on a substrate, etchants especially suitable for Si--Ge--C etch-stops, and novel methods of use for Si--Ge--C compositions are provided. In particular, t ...


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Eugenia Ribeiro de Sousa Fidalgo Leitao: Implant material. IsoTis, Banner & Witcoff, May 30, 2000: US06069295 (67 worldwide citation)

The invention provides a nanotechnology process for implant surface treatment for producing an implant article. The nanotechnology process comprises subjecting a non-porous material to a mechanical or chemical surface treatment until a surface roughness with an average peak distance (Ra value) betwe ...


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Victor B Kley: Scanning probe microscope assembly and method for making confocal, spectrophotometric, near-field, and scanning probe measurements and associated images. General Nanotechnology, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, May 15, 2001: US06232597 (66 worldwide citation)

A scanning probe microscope assembly and corresponding method for making confocal, spectrophotometric, near-field, and scanning probe measurements and forming associated images from the measurements.


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Eugenia Ribeiro de Sousa Fidalgo Leitao, Joost Dick De Bruijn, Hai Bo Wen, Klaas De Groot: Device for incorporation and release of biologically active agents. IsoTis, Banner & Witcoff, February 5, 2002: US06344061 (64 worldwide citation)

The invention provides an implantable device coated with a layer of calcium phosphate and optionally one or more biologically active substances such as growth factors, lipis, (lipo)polysaccharides, hormones, proteins, antibiotics or cytostatics. The device can be obtained by a nanotechnology process ...


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Alex Nugent: Variable resistor apparatus formed utilizing nanotechnology. KnowmTech, Kermit O Lopez, Luis M Ortiz, Ortiz & Lopez PLLC, February 7, 2006: US06995649 (56 worldwide citation)

A variable resistor apparatus includes a plurality of nanoparticles disposed between two terminals, wherein the plurality of nanoparticles provides an electrical resistance. An electric field applied to the plurality of nanoparticles across the two terminals results in an alignment of the nanopartic ...