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US10392249B2
Publication/Patent Number: US10392249B2
Publication date: 2019-08-27
Application number: 15/735,777
Filing date: 2016-06-17
Abstract: A hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a micropore volume of 60% or more, and in which stored hydrogen exhibits, in 1H-NMR measurement, a second peak at a position corresponding to a chemical shift of from −2 ppm to −20 ppm with respect to a first peak attributed to gaseous hydrogen. A hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a micropore ...more ...less
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US2018179057A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2018179057A1
Publication date: 2018-06-28
Application number: 15/735,777
Filing date: 2016-06-17
Abstract: A hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a micropore volume of 60% or more, and in which stored hydrogen exhibits, in 1H-NMR measurement, a second peak at a position corresponding to a chemical shift of from −2 ppm to −20 ppm with respect to a first peak attributed to gaseous hydrogen. A hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a micropore ...more ...less
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CN107709230A
Publication/Patent Number: CN107709230A
Publication date: 2018-02-16
Application number: 201680037567
Filing date: 2016-06-17
Abstract: Provided are a hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suitable for hydrogen storage, and a method for producing the hydrogen storage carbon material. This hydrogen storage carbon material has a carbon structure in which the proportion of the ultra-micro pore volume to the micro pore volume is 60% or more, and, in 1H-NMR measurement, stored hydrogen has a second peak at a position corresponding to a chemical shift of -2 ppm to -20 ppm with respect to a first peak attributed to gaseous hydrogen. Provided are a hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suitable for hydrogen storage, and a method for producing the hydrogen storage carbon material. This hydrogen storage carbon material has a carbon structure in which the proportion of the ultra-micro pore ...more ...less
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EP3320968A1
Publication/Patent Number: EP3320968A1
Publication date: 2018-05-16
Application number: 16824215.4
Filing date: 2016-06-17
Abstract: Provided are a hydrogen storage carbonmaterial having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a micropore volume of 60% or more, and in which stored hydrogen exhibits, in 1H-NMR measurement, a second peak at a position corresponding to a chemical shift of from -2 ppm to -20 ppm with respect to a first peak attributed to gaseous hydrogen. Provided are a hydrogen storage carbonmaterial having a carbon structure suited for hydrogen storage and a production method thereof. The hydrogen storage carbon material according to this embodiment includes a carbon structure which has a ratio of an ultramicropore volume to a ...more ...less
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WO2017010235A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2017010235A1
Publication date: 2017-01-19
Application number: 2016068187
Filing date: 2016-06-17
Abstract: Provided are a hydrogen storage carbon material having a carbon structure suitable for hydrogen storage
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WO2015190521A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2015190521A1
Publication date: 2015-12-17
Application number: 2015066738
Filing date: 2015-06-10
Abstract: The present invention provides a method for manufacturing a carbon fiber precursor and a method for manufacturing a carbon fiber with which it is possible to perform infusibilization while maintaining a shape
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JP2015190956A
Publication/Patent Number: JP2015190956A
Publication date: 2015-11-02
Application number: 2014070469
Filing date: 2014-03-28
Abstract: PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide an on-vehicle device inspection system
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CA2472557C
Publication/Patent Number: CA2472557C
Publication date: 2014-12-09
Application number: 2472557
Filing date: 2004-06-25
Abstract: The invention provides a high activity electrode catalyst for fuel cells whose catalytic activity due to an expensive noble metal
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EP1492185B1
Publication/Patent Number: EP1492185B1
Publication date: 2012-08-08
Application number: 04014828.0
Filing date: 2004-06-24
Abstract: The invention provides a high activity electrode catalyst for fuel cells whose catalytic activity due to an expensive noble metal, such as platinum, has been improved to a higher level through the use of an inexpensive material to enable a reduction in noble metal catalyst usage, a fuel cell in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used, a membrane-electrode assembly in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used, and a gas diffusion electrode in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used. Use is made of an electrode catalyst for fuel cells comprising a carbon material that contain catalytically induced turbostratic structures in parts of its structure and noble metal particles supported thereon, or an electrode catalyst for fuel cells comprising the catalyst mentioned above and a catalyst comprising carbon black and noble metal particles supported thereon as mixed together or an electrode catalyst comprising the catalyst mentioned above and carbon black as mixed together. The invention provides a high activity electrode catalyst for fuel cells whose catalytic activity due to an expensive noble metal, such as platinum, has been improved to a higher level through the use of an inexpensive material to enable a reduction in noble metal catalyst ...more ...less
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US7763228B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7763228B2
Publication date: 2010-07-27
Application number: 11/573,391
Filing date: 2005-08-11
Abstract: A carbon nanomaterial produced by: performing centrifugal melt spinning of core-shell particles that are prepared by using fine particles containing a carbon precursor polymer and a thermally decomposable polymer that disappears as a result of heat treatment, wherein the core-shell particles are heated up to a temperature at which phase separation thereof is not caused, and pressed against a plate-like heater 12 having a large number of pores 12A that penetrate therethrough in a thickness direction of the plate-like heater using centrifugal force; making the fiber obtained by the centrifugal melt spinning infusible; and performing carbonization thereof. According to this method, a carbon nanomaterial such as a carbon nanotube or a carbon nanofiber can be produced with high efficiency. A carbon nanomaterial produced by: performing centrifugal melt spinning of core-shell particles that are prepared by using fine particles containing a carbon precursor polymer and a thermally decomposable polymer that disappears as a result of heat treatment, wherein the ...more ...less
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US7585585B2
Publication/Patent Number: US7585585B2
Publication date: 2009-09-08
Application number: 10/875,506
Filing date: 2004-06-25
Abstract: The invention provides a high activity electrode catalyst for fuel cells whose catalytic activity due to an expensive noble metal, such as platinum, has been improved to a higher level through the use of an inexpensive material to enable a reduction in noble metal catalyst usage, a fuel cell in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used, a membrane-electrode assembly in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used, and a gas diffusion electrode in which the above high activity electrode catalyst is used. Use is made of an electrode catalyst for fuel cells comprising a carbon material that contain catalytically induced turbostratic structures in parts of its structure and noble metal particles supported thereon, or an electrode catalyst for fuel cells comprising the catalyst mentioned above and a catalyst comprising carbon black and noble metal particles supported thereon as mixed together or an electrode catalyst comprising the catalyst mentioned above and carbon black as mixed together. The invention provides a high activity electrode catalyst for fuel cells whose catalytic activity due to an expensive noble metal, such as platinum, has been improved to a higher level through the use of an inexpensive material to enable a reduction in noble metal catalyst ...more ...less
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US2008050304A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2008050304A1
Publication date: 2008-02-28
Application number: 11/573,391
Filing date: 2005-08-11
Abstract: A carbon nanomaterial produced by: performing centrifugal melt spinning of core-shell particles that are prepared by using fine particles containing a carbon precursor polymer and a thermally decomposable polymer that disappears as a result of heat treatment, wherein the core-shell particles are heated up to a temperature at which phase separation thereof is not caused, and pressed against a plate-like heater 12 having a large number of pores 12A that penetrate therethrough in a thickness direction of the plate-like heater using centrifugal force; making the fiber obtained by the centrifugal melt spinning infusible; and performing carbonization thereof. According to this method, a carbon nanomaterial such as a carbon nanotube or a carbon nanofiber can be produced with high efficiency. A carbon nanomaterial produced by: performing centrifugal melt spinning of core-shell particles that are prepared by using fine particles containing a carbon precursor polymer and a thermally decomposable polymer that disappears as a result of heat treatment, wherein the ...more ...less
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US2008063586A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2008063586A1
Publication date: 2008-03-13
Application number: 11/802,137
Filing date: 2007-05-21
Abstract: The carbon nanotube of the present invention has an outer diameter of not more than 500 nm and a length of not less than 50 nm, and comprises a wall which is made of carbon and includes an outside region of an amorphous structure and an inside region of a crystalline structure. The carbon nanotube of the present invention is a novel carbon nanotube which allows functional groups to be readily bonded to the surface thereof since the outside region of the wall has an amorphous structure, and can exhibit a high electrical conductivity and a high strength since the inside region of the wall has a crystalline structure. The carbon nanotube of the present invention has an outer diameter of not more than 500 nm and a length of not less than 50 nm, and comprises a wall which is made of carbon and includes an outside region of an amorphous structure and an inside region of a crystalline structure ...more ...less
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WO2006085479A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006085479A1
Publication date: 2006-08-17
Application number: 2006301824
Filing date: 2006-02-03
Abstract: A method for preparing silicon carbide nano fibers
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TW200633927A
Publication/Patent Number: TW200633927A
Publication date: 2006-10-01
Application number: 95103992
Filing date: 2006-02-07
IPC:
Abstract: To provide a method for producing a silicon carbide nano-fiber in which an extremely fine and long silicon carbide nano-fiber can be easily and reliably produced. The method for producing a silicon carbide nano-fiber comprises the steps of: mixing a silicon carbide precursor polymer and a carbon precursor polymer; melting and spinning a polymer mixture obtained by the aforementioned mixing step; infusibilizing a silicon carbide precursor polymer and a carbon precursor polymer To provide a method for producing a silicon carbide nano-fiber in which an extremely fine and long silicon carbide nano-fiber can be easily and reliably produced. The method for producing a silicon carbide nano-fiber comprises the steps of: mixing a silicon carbide precursor ...more ...less
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WO2006016641A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006016641A1
Publication date: 2006-02-16
Application number: 2005014724
Filing date: 2005-08-11
IPC:
Abstract: A method for producing a carbon nano material
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WO2006003831A1
Publication/Patent Number: WO2006003831A1
Publication date: 2006-01-12
Application number: 2005011512
Filing date: 2005-06-23
IPC:
Abstract: [PROBLEMS] To enhance the activation of platinum supported on a carbon base material by causing a dopant to control the crystal growth of the carbon base material and to modify the electronic state thereof
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KR100572638B1
Publication/Patent Number: KR100572638B1
Publication date: 2006-04-24
Application number: 20040048006
Filing date: 2004-06-25
Abstract: PURPOSE: Provided are an electrode catalyst for a fuel cell which is improved in the catalytic activity of noble metals
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US2005100499A1
Publication/Patent Number: US2005100499A1
Publication date: 2005-05-12
Application number: 10/738,213
Filing date: 2003-12-18
Abstract: The carbon nanotube of the present invention has an outer diameter of not more than 500 nm and a length of not less than 50 nm, and comprises a wall which is made of carbon and includes an outside region of an amorphous structure and an inside region of a crystalline structure. The carbon nanotube of the present invention is a novel carbon nanotube which allows functional groups to be readily bonded to the surface thereof since the outside region of the wall has an amorphous structure, and can exhibit a high electrical conductivity and a high strength since the inside region of the wall has a crystalline structure. The carbon nanotube of the present invention has an outer diameter of not more than 500 nm and a length of not less than 50 nm, and comprises a wall which is made of carbon and includes an outside region of an amorphous structure and an inside region of a crystalline structure ...more ...less
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KR20050001441A
Publication/Patent Number: KR20050001441A
Publication date: 2005-01-06
Application number: 20040048006
Filing date: 2004-06-25
Abstract: PURPOSE: Provided are an electrode catalyst for a fuel cell which is improved in the catalytic activity of noble metals