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Michael Anbar, Donald F McMillen, Robert D Weaver, Paul J Jorgensen: Method and apparatus for electrochemical generation of power from carbonaceous fuels. Stanford Research Institute, Donovan J De Witt, July 20, 1976: US03970474 (31 worldwide citation)

Method and apparatus for the pollution-free generation of electrical power from carbonaceous fuels in which molten lead is electrochemically oxidized to produce lead oxide and electricity in a single integrated cell in which the resulting lead oxide is simultaneously converted back to lead metal by ...


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Takeshi Horie, Kazuhiro Noda, Shinichiro Yamada: Non-aqueous electrolytic solution, and non-aqueous electrolyte cell comprising it. Sony Corporation, Hill & Simpson, September 26, 2000: US06124062 (30 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a non-aqueous electrolytic solution comprising a specific siloxane derivative of the following chemical formula 1 or 2, and at least one light metal salt such as an alkali metal salt: ##STR1## Also disclosed is a non-aqueous electrolyte cell comprising the electrolytic solution. The ele ...


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Ulrich Bonne: Determination of fuel characteristics. Honeywell, John G Shudy Jr, January 23, 1996: US05486107 (29 worldwide citation)

A method of determining thermophysical or thermochemical parameters of a fuel gas is disclosed which has wide application both as to applicable fuels and applicable parameters. A relationship has been discovered that allows the determination of many parameters based on a basic relationship with the ...


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Brecher Lee E, Wu Christopher K: Electrolytic decomposition of water. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, Dermer Z L, June 10, 1975: US3888750 (29 worldwide citation)

Electrolysis and catalytic thermochemistry are combined to decompose water while minimizing the energy demanded to accomplish the decomposition. The electrolyte is H.sub.2 SO.sub.3 produced by supplying SO.sub.2 and the water to be decomposed to the electrolyzer. The H.sub.2 SO.sub.3 is ionized and ...


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Dipak R Biswas: Glass fibers and capillaries with high temperature resistant coatings. Alcatel USA Corporation, Peter C Van Der Sluys, June 14, 1988: US04750806 (28 worldwide citation)

Solid fibers or capillaries are coated with a metal, alloy or dielectric capable of withstanding temperatures in excess of 300.degree. C. and preferably 500.degree. C. The coating is deposited by a heterogeneous nucleation thermochemical deposition process occurring on the surface of the fiber.


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Lee Sung Man, Lee Heon Young, Hong Moon Ki: A negative active material for lithium secondary battery and a method for preparing same. LG Chem, Kangwon National University Industry Cooperation Foundation, Lee Sung Man, Lee Heon Young, Hong Moon Ki, SOHN Chang Kyu, February 3, 2005: WO/2005/011030 (28 worldwide citation)

Provided are an anode active material for a lithium secondary battery having high reversible capacity and excellent charge/discharge efficiency, comprising a complex composed of ultra-fine Si phase particles and an oxide surrounding the ultra-fine Si phase particles, and a carbon material; and a met ...


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Philipp Haueter, Andreas Z Graggen, Dominic Trommer, Aldo Steinfeld, Manuel Romero, Juan Carlos De Jesus, Domingo Rodriguez, Alfredo Morales, Julian Blanco: Apparatus and gasification of carbonaceous solid materials. Intevep, Ciemat, Ethz, Bachman & LaPointe P C, November 11, 2008: US07449158 (26 worldwide citation)

An apparatus for thermochemical conversion of solid carbonaceous materials into fluid fuels using a fluid source of oxygen and an external source of concentrated radiation includes a reactor having a wall defining a cavity; a radiation inlet positioned in the wall for passing concentrated radiation ...


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Satoshi Kamiyama: Process of forming capacitive insulating film. NEC Corporation, Sughrue Mion Zinn Macpeak & Seas, October 19, 1993: US05254505 (26 worldwide citation)

A process of forming a capacitive insulating film comprises the steps of forming a tantalum oxide film through thermochemical reaction involving organic tantalum charge gas and oxygen gas, and subsequently forming a tantalum oxide film through plasma chemical reaction involving tantalum halogenide c ...


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Roger A Boggs, Jurgen M Grasshoff, Mark R Mischke, Anthony J Puttick, Stephen J Telfer, David P Waller, Kenneth C Waterman: Process for thermochemical generation of squaric acid and for thermal imaging, and imaging medium for use therein. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, January 11, 1994: US05278031 (25 worldwide citation)

Certain squaric acid derivatives are useful for the thermochemical generation of acid. The squaric acid derivatives may be used in imaging media in conjunction with acid-sensitive materials which undergo a color change when contacted by the acid generated from the squaric acid derivatives. Preferabl ...


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Larry E McCandlish, Bernard H Kear, Byoung Kee Kim: Carbothermic reaction process for making nanophase WC-Co powders. Rutgers The State University of New Jersey, Wood Herron & Evans, July 27, 1993: US05230729 (24 worldwide citation)

A new carbothermic reaction process is described for the thermochemical processing of nanophase WC-Co powders. The process permits shorter reaction times, reduced temperatures, and finer microstructures compared to conventional processing methods.



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