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US7857244B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7857244B2
Publication date: 2010-12-28
Application number: 64/104,806
Filing date: 2006-12-19
Abstract: Methods for preparing high aspect ratio nanomaterials from spherical nanomaterials useful for oxides
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US2005274447A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005274447A1
Publication date: 2005-12-15
Application number: 10/898,848
Filing date: 2004-07-26
Abstract: Methods for slurry processing of nanomaterials into products. These methods are useful for organic, inorganic, metallic, alloy, ceramic, conducting polymer, non-conducting polymer, ion conducting, non-metallic, ceramic-ceramic composite, ceramic-polymer composite, ceramic-metal composite, metal-polymer composite, polymer-polymer composite, metal-metal composite, processed materials including paper and fibers, and natural materials such as mica, dielectrics, ferrites, stoichiometric, non-stoichiometric, or a combination of one or more of these. These methods also allow the fabrication of a functionally graded products. Methods for slurry processing of nanomaterials into products. These methods are useful for organic, inorganic, metallic, alloy, ceramic, conducting polymer, non-conducting polymer, ion conducting, non-metallic, ceramic-ceramic composite, ceramic-polymer composite, ceramic-metal ...more ...less
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US2005008557A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005008557A1
Publication date: 2005-01-13
Application number: 10/899,595
Filing date: 2004-07-27
Abstract: Methods for functionalizing the surface of nanomaterials to improve processing and product manufacturing. These methods are useful for oxides, nitrides, carbides, borides, metals, alloys, chalcogenides, and other compositions.
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US2005274833A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005274833A1
Publication date: 2005-12-15
Application number: 10/898,847
Filing date: 2004-07-26
Abstract: Methods for preparing high aspect ratio nanomaterials from spherical nanomaterials useful for oxides, nitrides, carbides, borides, metals, alloys, chalcogenides, and other compositions.
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US2005063889A9
Publication/Patent Number: US2005063889A9
Publication date: 2005-03-24
Application number: 10/315,272
Filing date: 2002-12-10
Abstract: A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high volume, low-cost, and reproducible quality are also outlined. The fine powders are envisioned to be useful in various applications such as biomedical, sensor, electronic, electrical, photonic, thermal, piezo, magnetic, catalytic and electrochemical products. A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high ...more ...less
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US2005084608A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005084608A1
Publication date: 2005-04-21
Application number: 10/898,849
Filing date: 2004-07-26
Abstract: Methods for modifying the surface characteristics of nanomaterials. These methods are useful for oxides, nitrides, carbides, borides, metals, alloys, chalcogenides, and other compositions.
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US6716525B1
Publication/Patent Number: US6716525B1
Publication date: 2004-04-06
Application number: 10/464,242
Filing date: 2003-06-18
Abstract: Catalyst powders from nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Nano-dispersed submicron powders and nano-dispersed nanopowders are discussed. Catalyst powders from nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Nano-dispersed submicron powders and nano-dispersed nanopowders are ...more ...less
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US2004262435A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2004262435A1
Publication date: 2004-12-30
Application number: 10/898,852
Filing date: 2004-07-26
Abstract: Methods for changing the surface area of nanomaterials to improve properties, processing and product manufacturing. These methods are useful for oxides, nitrides, carbides, borides, metals, alloys, chalcogenides, and other compositions.
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US2004067355A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2004067355A1
Publication date: 2004-04-08
Application number: 10/464,208
Filing date: 2003-06-18
Abstract: Dispersed phosphor powders are disclosed that comprise nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Such powders are useful in various applications such as lamps, cathode ray tubes, field emission displays, plasma display panels, scintillators, X-ray detectors, IR detectors, UV detectors and laser detectors. Nano-dispersed phosphor powders can also be used in printing inks, or dispersed in plastics to prevent forgery and counterfeiting of currency, original works of art, passports, credit cards, bank checks, and other documents or products. Dispersed phosphor powders are disclosed that comprise nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Such powders are useful in various ...more ...less
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US2003124050A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003124050A1
Publication date: 2003-07-03
Application number: 10/113,315
Filing date: 2002-03-29
Abstract: Post-processing methods for nanoparticles are disclosed. Methods for real time quality control of nanoscale powder manufacture are discussed. Uses of post-processed particles and consolidation methods are disclosed. Disclosed methods can enable commercial use of nanoscale powders in wide range of nanotechnology applications. Post-processing methods for nanoparticles are disclosed. Methods for real time quality control of nanoscale powder manufacture are discussed. Uses of post-processed particles and consolidation methods are disclosed. Disclosed methods can enable commercial use of nanoscale ...more ...less
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US2003138368A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003138368A1
Publication date: 2003-07-24
Application number: 10/354,352
Filing date: 2003-01-30
Abstract: A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high volume, low-cost, and reproducible quality are also outlined. The fine powders are envisioned to be useful in various applications such as biomedical, sensor, electronic, electrical, photonic, thermal, piezo, magnetic, catalytic and electrochemical products. A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high ...more ...less
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US2003132420A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003132420A1
Publication date: 2003-07-17
Application number: 10/292,263
Filing date: 2002-11-12
Abstract: Polishing powders of nanoscale dimensions are disclosed. Complex, multi-metal oxides are disclosed as constituents for chemical mechanical planarization, (CMP) as well as polishes for optical components, photonic devices, and other applications.
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US2003124043A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003124043A1
Publication date: 2003-07-03
Application number: 10/315,272
Filing date: 2002-12-10
Abstract: A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high volume, low-cost, and reproducible quality are also outlined. The fine powders are envisioned to be useful in various applications such as biomedical, sensor, electronic, electrical, photonic, thermal, piezo, magnetic, catalytic and electrochemical products. A method of producing high purity nanoscale powders in which the purity of powders produced by the method exceeds 99.99%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 1 micron, and more preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high ...more ...less
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US2003102099A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003102099A1
Publication date: 2003-06-05
Application number: 10/004,387
Filing date: 2001-12-04
Abstract: Dispersed powders are disclosed that comprise fine nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Fine powders discussed are of sizes less than 100 microns, preferably less than 10 micron, more preferably less than 1 micron, and most preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high volume, low-cost, and reproducible quality are also outlined. Such powders are useful in various applications such as catalysts, sensor, electronic, electrical, photonic, thermal, biomedical, piezo, magnetic, catalytic and electrochemical products. Dispersed powders are disclosed that comprise fine nanoscale powders dispersed on coarser carrier powders. The composition of the dispersed fine powders may be oxides, carbides, nitrides, borides, chalcogenides, metals, and alloys. Fine powders discussed are of sizes less than ...more ...less
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US2003126948A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2003126948A1
Publication date: 2003-07-10
Application number: 10/315,271
Filing date: 2002-12-10
Abstract: A method of producing metal and alloy fine powders having purity in excess of 99.9%, preferably 99.999%, more preferably 99.99999%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 10 micron, more preferably less than 1 micron, and most preferably less than 100 nanometers. Methods for producing such powders in high volume, low-cost, and reproducible quality are also outlined. The fine powders are useful in various applications such as biomedical, sensor, electronic, electrical, photonic, thermal, piezo, magnetic, catalytic and electrochemical products. A method of producing metal and alloy fine powders having purity in excess of 99.9%, preferably 99.999%, more preferably 99.99999%. Fine powders produced are of size preferably less than 10 micron, more preferably less than 1 micron, and most preferably less than 100 nanometers ...more ...less