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Roy Edward McAlister: Multi-purpose renewable fuel for isolating contaminants and storing energy. McAlister Technologies, Perkins Coie, December 6, 2011: US08070835 (18 worldwide citation)

Techniques, systems, apparatus and material are disclosed for generating multi-purpose H2-dense fuel for isolating contaminants and storing energy. In one aspect, a method of producing a renewable multi-purpose biomaterial for isolating a hazardous contaminant from an environment and storing energy ...


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Jochen Daume, Arnold Grimm, Heinrich Bauer: Heat-transfer concentrate, method of manufacturing it and its use as well as a latent-heat accumulator making use of the concentrate. Jones & Askew, February 8, 2000: US06022487 (17 worldwide citation)

A heat-transfer concentrate comprising a storage-stable dispersion of a heat-storage medium and gallium adsorbed onto a solid having either a particle diameter of 1 to 3 um or a pore diameter of 0.2 to 0.6 nm, or both, is provided. The invention also provides a method of manufacture for the concentr ...


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Engel Marvin Jack, Golden Joseph Anthony, Zavitsanos Peter Demetrios: Thermochemical hydrogen generator. Gen Electric, April 16, 1986: GB2165532-A (17 worldwide citation)

A lightweight thermochemical hydrogen generator comprises a metallic hydride e.g. magnesium hydride matrix and an ionic hydride e.g. lithium hydride matrix disposed coaxially within a first compartment of a container so as to form a passageway therebetween which communicates with a hydrogen-collecti ...


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Lefrancois Philippe: Multicellular oven for heat treatment, thermochemical treatment or electrothermal treatment of metals in a rarified atmosphere. Traitement Sous Vide, June 8, 1984: FR2537260-A1 (17 worldwide citation)

The multicellular oven according to the invention comprises a sealed metal enclosure 1 within which there are radially arranged a plurality of treatment cells 5, 6, 7, 8 opening out via retractable doors 10, 11, 12, 13 into a free central volume 2 in which an automatic device intended for handling t ...


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Roy Edward McAlister: Induction for thermochemical processes, and associated systems and methods. McAlister Technologies, Perkins Coie, November 27, 2012: US08318269 (16 worldwide citation)

Induction for thermochemical processes, and associated systems and methods are disclosed. A method in accordance with a particular embodiment includes placing first and second substrates in a reactor, with each substrate having a surface facing toward the other. Method can further include directing ...


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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 acid and for thermal imaging, and imaging medium for use therein. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, September 16, 1997: US05667943 (16 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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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 acid and for thermal imaging. Polaroid Corporation, David J Cole, July 9, 1996: US05534393 (16 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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Abolghassem Eskamani, Warren H Krause: Process for the thermochemical conversion of biomass. The Standard Oil Company, T P Schur, J G Curatolo, L W Evans, August 20, 1985: US04536584 (16 worldwide citation)

A process is provided for the thermochemical conversion of biomass to useful gaseous and liquid organic products. The inventive process utilizes a catalyst to obtain increased yields of gaseous and liquid organic products and decreased yields, if any, of solid and semisolid tar/oils.


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Didier Payre, Georges Crozat, Bernard Spinner: Three-phase heat pump. Societe Nationale Elf Aquitaine, Weiser & Stapler, July 28, 1987: US04682476 (16 worldwide citation)

A thermochemical heat pump for the transfer of calories between two calorie sources (1, 4) and (2, 5). The heat pump embodies a monovariant system for which the relationship between the logarithm of the pressure and 1/T is singular and quasi-linear. Application to heating.


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Harvey A Brown: Acutance agents for use in thermally-developable photosensitive compositions. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Company, Cruzan Alexander, Donald M Sell, Temple Clayton, July 5, 1977: US04033948 (16 worldwide citation)

Certain members of the class of odd-numbered methine arylidene dye bases are found to be of use in thermally-developable photosensitive compositions and thermally-developable photosensitive elements containing such agents. These compounds are acutance agents which are relatively stable against photo ...



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