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20100032612PROCESS FOR PRODUCTION OF SEALING AGENT - A sealing agent stock solution 02-11-2010
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20090184285Preparation of Additive Mixtures For Mineral Oils and Mineral Oil Distillates - The present invention provides a continuous process for preparing additive mixtures for mineral oils and mineral oil distillates, comprising07-23-2009
20130048903METHODS OF PRODUCING CONTINUOUS BORON CARBIDE FIBERS, CONTINUOUS BORON CARBIDE FIBERS, CONTINUOUS FIBERS COMPRISING BORON CARBIDE, AND ARTICLES INCLUDING FIBERS COMPRISING AT LEAST A BORON CARBIDE COATING - Methods of producing continuous boron carbide fibers. The method comprises reacting a continuous carbon fiber material and a boron oxide gas within a temperature range of from approximately 1400° C. to approximately 2200° C. Continuous boron carbide fibers, continuous fibers comprising boron carbide, and articles including at least a boron carbide coating are also disclosed.02-28-2013
20100327217Clathrate hydrate with latent heat storing capability, process for producing the same, and apparatus therefor, latent heat storing medium, and method of increasing amount of latent heat of clathrate hydrate and processing apparatus for increasing amount of latent heat of clathrate hydrate - An apparatus for production of a clathrate hydrate with enhanced latent heat storing capability includes a gas supplier for supplying a gas to an aqueous solution containing a quaternary ammonium compound, and a cooler for cooling the aqueous solution, the apparatus producing the clathrate hydrate with enhanced latent heat storing capability including both the quaternary ammonium compound and the gas as guests by supplying the gas to the aqueous solution with the gas supplier in the stage of cooling with the cooler.12-30-2010
20130056675COLLOIDAL DISPERSION OF ALUMINIUM OXIDE - The invention relates to a heat-transporting fluid and to the use thereof. The heat-transporting fluid of the invention is formed of an aqueous colloidal sol including water and up to 58.8 wt %, relative to the total fluid weight, in a-Al2O3 particles, the thickness of which is the smallest dimension and less than or equal to 30 nm 90% to 95% of said a-Al2O3 particles have a size less than or equal to 210 nm, among which 50% have a size less than or equal to 160 nm. The invention is of use in the field of cooling, in particular nuclear reactor backup cooling.03-07-2013
20110073797THERMOELECTRICS COMPOSITIONS COMPRISING NANOSCALE INCLUSIONS IN A CHALCOGENIDE MATRIX - Composites comprising a continuous matrix formed from compounds having a rock salt structure (represented by the structure “MQ”) and inclusions comprising chalcogenide compounds having a rock salt structure (represented by the structure “AB”) are provided. Composites having the structure MQ-ABC03-31-2011
20090206297OXYGEN EXCESS TYPE METAL OXIDE, CERAMIC FOR OXYGEN STORAGE AND/OR AN OXYGEN SELECTIVE MEMBRANE, AND METHODS AND APPARATUSES USING SAID METAL OXIDE - An oxygen excess type metal oxide expressed with the following formula (1) and exhibiting high speed reversible oxygen diffusibility whereby a large amount of excess oxygen is diffused at a high speed and reversibly in a low temperature region:08-20-2009
20110297872P-TYPE THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS, A PROCESS FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE AND USES THEREOF - A thermoelectric material of the p-type having the stoichiometric formula Zn12-08-2011
20110079751THERMOELECTRIC CONVERSION MATERIAL AND PRODUCING METHOD THEREOF, AND THERMOELECTRIC CONVERSION ELEMENT USING THE SAME - Thermoelectric conversion materials, expressed by the following formula: Bi04-07-2011
20110266493Method of forming encapsulated carbon nanotubes - The method of forming encapsulated carbon nanotubes includes first forming a calcium chloride solution and a sodium hydrogen carbonate solution. A volume of carbon nanotubes are added to the calcium chloride solution and the calcium chloride solution and the volume of carbon nanotubes are then mixed with the sodium hydrogen carbonate solution to form a supersaturated calcium carbonate solution. Carbon nanotubes embedded in calcium carbonate crystals are precipitated from the supersaturated calcium carbonate solution. The carbon nanotubes embedded in the calcium carbonate crystals, forming the precipitate, are then filtered from the solution. The filtered carbon nanotubes embedded in the calcium carbonate crystals are washed and then dried, producing a usable volume of carbon nanotubes encapsulated within calcium carbonate crystals.11-03-2011
20080251755Downhole servicing compositions having high thermal conductivities and methods of using the same - A downhole servicing composition comprising from about 15 percent to about 80 percent by weight of a clay, and from about 10 percent to about 75 percent by weight of a carbon source is disclosed. The invention includes a downhole servicing composition comprising from about 15 percent to about 45 percent by weight of a first clay, from about 15 percent to about 45 percent by weight of a second clay, from about 10 percent to about 35 percent by weight of a filler, and from about 10 percent to about 75 percent by weight of a carbon source. The invention also includes a downhole servicing composition comprising an aqueous base and from about 10 percent to about 75 percent by weight of flaked graphite, wherein the downhole servicing composition has a thermal conductivity not less than about 0.8 BTU/hr-ft-° F.10-16-2008
20120056125INORGANIC SALT HEAT TRANSFER FLUID - Several systems of low melting point mixtures of inorganic salts are disclosed. These compositions can have liquidus temperatures less than 80° C. and thermal stability limits greater than 500° C.03-08-2012
20100200800FIBERS COMPRISING NANODIAMOND AND PLATINUM NANOCOLLOID, AND BEDDING FORMED THEREBY - Fibers containing nano-sized diamond and platinum nanocolloid, and bedding formed thereby.08-12-2010
20110220841THERMAL AND/OR ELECTRICAL CONDUCTIVITY CONTROL IN SUSPENSIONS - Articles, systems, and methods involving the control of thermal and/or electrical conductivity in suspensions are generally described.09-15-2011
20100258760THERMAL STORAGE DEVICE AND USE OF MULTICOMPONENT SYSTEMS - A thermal storage device is provided which comprises at least one storage medium which is a multicomponent mixture having a melting range between the solid phase of the mixture and the liquid phase of the mixture extending over at least 10 K.10-14-2010
20100140536GALLIUM NITRIDE-BASED MATERIAL - A gallium nitride-based material prepared by a vertical Hydride Vapor Phase Epitaxial Growth method which has thermal conductivity of at least 2.8×1006-10-2010
20100207054ALUMINA FIBER AGGREGATE, PROCESS FOR PRODUCING THE SAME, AND USE THEREOF - An object of the invention is to provide an alumina fiber aggregate which, when used as a filler in various materials such as, e.g., resins, coating materials, metals, and ceramics, enables the mixtures to have reduced viscosity and thereby heightens the productivity of products containing alumina fibers, and which enables cured thermosetting resins to have a sufficiently heightened thermal conductivity.08-19-2010
20120032107CONCRETE MIXTURE AND METHOD OF FORMING THE SAME - A concrete mixture for forming a breathable concrete. The mixture comprises aggregate particles and a paste comprising water, cement or cement substitute, and plasticiser. The plasticiser controls the viscosity of the paste such that the paste forms a substantially uniform layer coating the particles, with the coated particles in contact, whilst allowing spaces to be retained there between. These spaces interconnect forming channels through the concrete, allowing air to permeate there through such that the concrete exhibits good dynamic insulation properties, whist retaining structural strength.02-09-2012
20100301260Thermal interface material having a patterned carbon nanotube array and method for making the same - A method for making a thermal interface material includes following steps. A substrate having a plurality of CNT arrays arranged thereon and a number of first interspaces defined between the CNT arrays is provided. A container is provided and the substrate with the CNT arrays is disposed into the container. A number of low melting point metallic nanoparticles is provided and filled in the first interspaces. The low melting point metallic nanoparticles in the container is heated into a liquid state, and the low melting point metal nanoparticles in liquid state is combined with the CNT arrays to form a composite material on the substrate. The composite material is peeled off from the substrate, and a thermal interface material is obtained.12-02-2010
20110031435(METH)ACRYLIC PRESSURE-SENSITIVE ADHESIVE FOAM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A (meth)acrylic pressure-sensitive adhesive foam reduced in the amount of a foaming adjuvant compared with the conventional foam and having a high air bubble content, and a method for producing the same are provided. The foam includes a partial polymer having (a) one or more alkyl (meth)acrylate monomers having one reactive unsaturated group, the alkyl group having 12 or less carbon atoms, (b) a monomer for crosslinking, which is copolymerizable with the component (a), and (c) a copolymer of the component (a) and the component (b); a thermally conductive filler; and a foaming adjuvant containing surface modified nanoparticles having a particle diameter of 20 nm or less, wherein a crosslinked structure containing the component (c) is formed in the curable composition.02-10-2011
20110240911MOLYBDENUM SILICIDE COMPOSITE MATERIAL - A composite material based on a disilicide including molybdenum and zirconium dioxide, ZrO10-06-2011
20110210285LIQUID ALKALI METAL WITH DISPERSED NANOPARTICLES AND METHOD OF MANUFACTURING THE SAME - The present invention relates to maintaining the fundamental physical properties of a liquid alkali metal with dispersed nanoparticles which is such that nanoparticles are uniformly dispersed and mixed in a liquid alkali metal used in heat exchange, cooling and other applications, and suppressing the reaction of the liquid alkali metal with dispersed nanoparticles. Provided is a method of manufacturing a liquid alkali metal with dispersed nanoparticles by dispersing nanoparticles in a liquid alkali metal. In this method, the nanoparticles are made of a metal having a large atomic bonding due to a combination with the liquid alkali metal compared to the atomic bonding of atoms of the liquid alkali metal and a metal having a large amount of charge transfer is used in the nanoparticles. The liquid alkali metal is selected from sodium, lithium and sodium-potassium alloys, and the nanoparticles to be dispersed are made of transition metals, such as titanium, vanadium, chromium, iron, cobalt, nickel and copper.09-01-2011
20110248209THERMOELECTRIC FIGURE OF MERIT ENHANCEMENT BY MODIFICATION OF THE ELECTRONIC DENSITY OF STATES - A thermoelectric material and a method of using a thermoelectric material is provided. The thermoelectric material can include at least one compound. For example, the at least one compound may be a Group IV-VI compound such as lead telluride. The at least one compound may further include one or more dopants such as sodium, potassium, and thallium. The method of using a thermoelectric material can include exposing at least one portion of the at least one compound to a temperature greater than about 700 K.10-13-2011
20110248210Bulk-Processed, Enhanced Figure-Of-Merit Thermoelectric Materials - The invention is a bulk-processed thermoelectric material and a method for fabrication. The material measures at least 30 microns in each dimension and has a figure of merit (ZT) greater than 1.0 at any temperature less than 200° C. The material comprises at least two constituents; a host phase and a dispersed second phase. The host phase is a semiconductor or semimetal and the dispersed phase of the bulk-processed material is comprised of a plurality of inclusions. The material has a substantially coherent interface between the host phase and the dispersed phase in at least one crystallographic direction.10-13-2011
20110163258MIXTURES OF ALKALI METAL POLYSULFIDES - The present invention relates to mixtures of alkali metal polysulfides and to mixtures of alkali metal polysulfides and alkali metal thiocyanates, to processes for preparation thereof, to the use thereof as heat transfer or heat storage fluids, and to heat transfer or heat storage fluids which comprise the mixtures of alkali metal polysulfides or the mixtures of alkali metal polysulfides and alkali metal thiocyanates.07-07-2011
20110163259HEAT TRANSFER FLUIDS AND HEAT STORAGE FLUIDS FOR EXTREMELY HIGH TEMPERATURES BASED ON POLYSULFIDES - A composition for the transport and storage of heat energy, which comprises alkali metal polysulfides of the formula (Me107-07-2011
20110175017Heat Transfer Fluid Containing Nano-additive - A heat transfer fluid comprising a carrier fluid and a nano-additive is provided. The heat transfer fluid is manufactured by dispersing the nano-additive in the carrier fluid. The nano-additive comprises nano-particles having a porous structure that provides dispersion stability of the nano-additive in the heat transfer fluid. The nano-additive structure has an aspect ratio of about 1.0 to about 10,000, a porosity of about 40% to about 85%, a density of about 0.4 g/cc to about 3.0 g/cc, an average pore diameter of about 0.1 nanometer to about 100 nanometers, and a specific surface area of about 1 m07-21-2011
20120305833THERMOELECTRIC CONVERSION MATERIAL AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THERMOELECTRIC CONVERSION MATERIAL - An n-type thermoelectric conversion material that has a high Seebeck coefficient, a low electric resistivity, and a large power factor includes, as its main constituent, a metal material mainly containing Ni, and includes an oxide material containing Sr, Ti, and a rare-earth element in the range of about 10 wt % to about 30 wt %. The oxide material is a SrTiO12-06-2012
20120001117Self-Organising Thermoelectric Materials - In a process for producing thermoelectric materials with a polyphasic structure, in which particles of a first phase with a characteristic length of not more than 10 μm are present in homogeneous dispersion in a second phase, by self-assembly, an a least binary thermoelectric material is melted together with a metal which is not a component of the at least binary thermoelectric material, or a chalcogenide of said metal, and, after mixing, is cooled or bonded by reactive grinding.01-05-2012
20120205577Compositions for Improving Thermal Conductivity of Cement Systems - A method of cementing in a subterranean formation comprises placing a cement composition comprising a non-metallic thermally conductive fiber into the subterranean formation, and allowing the composition to set therein, wherein the non-metallic thermally conductive fiber has a thermal conductivity greater than about 500 W/m.K. Another method of cementing in a subterranean formation comprises providing a cement composition comprising a pitch-based carbon fiber, a hydraulic cement material, and water, placing the cement composition in a formation, and allowing the cement composition to set therein, wherein said pitch-based carbon fiber has a density of from about 2.0 grams/cc to about 2.3 grams/cc. A cement composition comprising a cementitious material, water, and a non-metallic thermally conductive fiber having a thermal conductivity greater than about 500 W/m.K, or a pitch-based carbon fiber having a density of from about 2.0 grams/cc to about 2.3 grams/cc.08-16-2012
20100171068ONE-STEP METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION OF NANOFLUIDS - A one step method and system for producing nanofluids by a nanoparticle-source evaporation and deposition of the evaporant into a base fluid. The base fluid such oil or ethylene glycol is placed in a rotating cylindrical drum having an adjustable heater-boat-evaporator and heat exchanger-cooler apparatus. As the drum rotates, a thin liquid layer is formed on the inside surface of the drum. An insulated heater-boat-evaporator having an evaporant material (nanoparticle-source) placed within its boat evaporator is adjustably positioned near a portion of the rotating thin liquid layer, the evaporant material being heated thereby evaporating a portion of the evaporant material and forming nanoparticles, the nanoparticles absorbed by the liquid film to form nanofluid.07-08-2010
20120153215HEAT-EMITTING GRAPHITE MATERIAL COMPRISING AMORPHOUS CARBON PARTICLES AND A PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR - This invention relates to a heat control system for dissipating heat generated from for example electronic equipment, and more specifically to an effective heat-emitting material which can drastically improve not only heat diffusion in the planar direction but also heat conductivity in the perpendicular direction by filling the pores of exfoliated graphite sheets with amorphous carbon particles, and to a method of manufacturing the same. The amorphous carbon particles are thermally isotropic, and have a structure composed of microcrystals of graphite and diamond and preferably have a size of 10˜110 nm.06-21-2012
20110079750COMPOUND SEMICONDUCTOR AND ITS MANUFACTURING METHOD, AND THERMOELECTRIC CONVERSION DEVICE USING THE SAME - Disclosed is a new compound semiconductor represented by the chemical formula: Bi04-07-2011
20100288967HIGH PERFORMANCE THERMOELECTRIC MATERIALS AND THEIR METHOD OF PREPARATION - The present invention provides an indium-doped Co11-18-2010
20100207053CATALYST COMPOSITION FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF THIN MULTI-WALLED CARBON NANOTUBE AND ITS MANUFACTURING METHOD - The present invention relates to a catalyst composition for the synthesis of thin multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWCNT) and a method for manufacturing a catalyst composition. More particularly, this invention relates to a multi-component metal catalyst composition comprising i) main catalyst of Fe and Al, ii) inactive support of Mg and iii) optional co-catalyst at least one selected from Co, Ni, Cr, Mn, Mo, W, V, Sn, or Cu. Further, the present invention affords thin multi-walled carbon nanotube having 5˜20 nm of diameter and 100˜10,000 of aspect ratio in a high yield.08-19-2010
20100207055METAL-GRAPHITE COMPOSITE MATERIAL HAVING HIGH THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY AND PRODUCTION METHOD THEREFOR - The present invention provides a metal-graphite composite material favorable to two-dimensional diffusion of heat and having a high thermal conductivity in two axial directions, and a production method therefor. The metal-graphite composite material of the present invention includes: 20 to 80% by volume of a scaly graphite powder; and a matrix selected from the group consisting of copper, aluminium and alloys thereof, wherein the scaly graphite powder in which a normal vector to a scaly surface thereof is tilted at 20° or higher with respect to a normal vector to a readily heat-conducting surface of the metal-graphite composite material is 15% or less relative to a whole amount of the scaly graphite powder, and the metal-graphite composite material has a relative density of 95% or higher.08-19-2010
20100187467Aqueous solution for formation of clathrate hydrate, heat storage agent, method for producing clathrate hydrate or its slurry, heat accumulating and radiating method and method for preparing aqueous solution to produce latent heat storage agent or its major component - A heat-storage agent which can store a large quantity of cold heat in the temperature range of 3-5° C., is highly effective in preventing supercooling, and can retain the supercooling-preventing effect even when hydrate solidification/melting is frequently repeated. Also provided are an aqueous solution which enables the formation of a clathrate hydrate serving as a major component of the heat-storage agent, and a process for producing the clathrate hydrate. The aqueous solution contains at least one of tetra-n-butylammonium bromide and tri-n-butyl-n-pentylammonium bromide as a solute and contains tetraisopentylammonium bromide as a supercooling inhibitor, the weight proportion of the tetraisopentylammonium bromide to the tetra-n-butylammonium bromide and/or tri-n-butyl-n-pentylammonium bromide being in a given range. This aqueous solution is cooled to or below a hydrate formation temperature to thereby produce a clathrate hydrate. The heat-storage agent contains this clathrate hydrate as a major component.07-29-2010
20120175547COMPOUND MATERIAL COMPRISING A METAL AND NANOPARTICLES - The present invention relates to compound materials comprising a metal and nanoparticles, in particular carbon nano tubes (CNT), characterized in that the compound has a metal crystallite structure of crystallites having an average size which is in the range of higher than 100 nm and up to 200 nm, preferably between 120 nm and 200 nm.07-12-2012
20120217433ELECTRODE MATERIAL FOR ELECTRODE OF SPARK PLUG - An electrode material to be used for producing an earth electrode of a spark plug has a chemical composition of 0.3 to 3.0 mass % of Si, 0.01 to 0.3 mass % of one or more elements selected from the group consisting of Y and rare earth elements, not more than 0.5 mass % of Ti, not more than 1.2 mass % of Fe, and one or both of not more than 0.20 mass % of Ca and not more than 0.08 mass % of Mg. The electrode material further contains C, Mn, Cr, Al, N, S, a remainder Ni, and incidental impurities. In a total content of C, Mn, Cr, Al, N and S, C is not more than 0.1 mass %, Mn is less than 0.5 mass %, Cr is less than 0.5 mass %, Al is not more than 0.3 mass %, N is not more than 0.05 mass %, and S is not more than 0.03 mass %.08-30-2012
20120298910SINTERED OBJECTS AND PROCESSES FOR PRODUCING SAME - Provided is a sintered object which has excellent resistance to corrosion by corrosive halogen gases and by the plasmas thereof and has excellent thermal conductivity and excellent electrical conductivity. Even when applied to members for use in various vacuum process devices, the sintered object has few limitations on design. The sintered object is usable in a wide range of applications, and is highly versatile. Also provided is a method for producing the sintered object. Furthermore provided is a high-frequency transmission material which has direct-current electrical conductivity for reducing fluctuations in plasma potential and has capacitive properties that enable the material to transmit high-frequency power necessary for plasma excitation, and which has no fear of causing contamination of a sample with a metal and has resistance to corrosion by plasmas. Still further provided are: a sintered object which has excellent resistance to corrosion by corrosive halogen gases and by the plasmas thereof and has no frequency dependence when a high-frequency voltage is applied thereto and with which it is possible to actualize the stability of a plasma; and a method for producing the sintered object.11-29-2012
20110220840Fluid Viscosity and Heat Transfer Via Optimized Energizing of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotube-Based Fluids - In select embodiments of the present invention, a method for optimizing thermal transfer capacity of a fluid employs multi-walled carbon nano-tubes (MWCNTs) and a surfactant such as Gum Arabic (GA), that are mixed into a fluid, such as water, according to a specific protocol and energized via ultrasound until a specified amount of total energy is applied. For select embodiments, the maximum demonstrated enhancement of an aqueous fluid in thermal conductivity is 20% and in convective heat Transfer is 32%. The thermal conductivity enhancement increased considerably at bulk temperatures greater than 24° C. The percentage enhancement in convective heat transfer in a tube increases with axial distance. The resultant optimized fluid is also described.09-15-2011
20120326075METHOD OF PRODUCING THERMOELECTRIC MATERIAL - A process for manufacturing a nanocomposite thermoelectric material having a plurality of nanoparticle inclusions. The process includes determining a material composition to be investigated for the nanocomposite thermoelectric material, the material composition including a conductive bulk material and a nanoparticle material. In addition, a range of surface roughness values for the insulating nanoparticle material that can be obtained using current state of the art manufacturing techniques is determined. Thereafter, a plurality of Seebeck coefficients, electrical resistivity values, thermal conductivity values and figure of merit values as a function of the range of nanoparticle material surface roughness values is calculated. Based on these calculated values, a nanocomposite thermoelectric material composition or ranges of compositions is/are selected and manufactured.12-27-2012
20100163782Carbon-Containing Metal-Based Composite Material and Manufacturing Method Thereof - A carbon-containing metal-based composite material and a manufacturing method thereof are provided. The carbon-containing metal-based composite material includes a plurality of graphites, a plurality of heat-conducting reinforcements and a metal matrix. The graphites occupy 35%˜90% in volume. The heat-conducting reinforcements are distributed between the graphites. The heat-conducting reinforcements and the graphites are self-bonded. The heat-conducting reinforcements occupy 5%˜30% in volume and have a thermal conductivity larger than 200 W/mK. The metal matrix is filled between the heat-conducting reinforcements and the graphites, and the metal matrix occupies 5%˜35% in volume.07-01-2010
20080315150Antifreeze Material for Outdoor Sites, Typically Roads - Antifreeze material typically for outdoor constructions, such as roads and the like, comprising a loose material of generally granular form and generally porous structure which does not degrade in the presence of water and does not immediately completely disaggregate when subjected to compressive action due to treading and/or tyre rolling thereon, and which is impregnated by a generally water-soluble antifreezing product.12-25-2008
20090065733EXOTHERMIC AGENT - To provide a novel water-addition type, chemical exothermic agent. An exothermic agent comprising, per mass thereof, more than 30% but not more than 40% of a calcium oxide powder having an average particle size of 75 μm to 150 μm, and not less than 60% but less than 70% of a mixed aluminum powder in which an aluminum powder having such a particle size distribution that a particle size of 45 μm pass is 70.0 to 80.0% and a particle size of 45 to 75 μm is 20.0 to 30.0% and an aluminum powder having such a particle size distribution that a particle size of 45 μm pass is 60 to 70%, a particle size of 45 μm is 20 to 30%, a particle size of 63 μm is 7 to 10% and a particle size of 75 μm is 1.0 to 2.0% are mixed at a mass ratio of 1:2. This exothermic agent may further contain 5 to 10%, relative to its total mass, of at least one inorganic salt compound selected from the group consisting of calcium sulfate, ferrous sulfate, magnesium chloride, sodium sulfite, sodium phosphate, and sodium carbonate.03-12-2009
20080203352FORMULATION OF GRINDING COOLANT - A new coolant for grinding the surface of the substrate of a magnetic recording medium is disclosed. The new coolant maintains the removal rate at about 1 mil/min even after 58 runs after dress. On the other hand, the removal rate using a commercially available coolant drops to less than 0.3 mil/min after only about 35 runs after dress.08-28-2008
20100308257SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING AND DETERMINING COOLING CAPACITY OF TWO-PHASE COOLANTS - The invention provides systems and devices for producing two-phase coolants such as an ice slurry. Also provided are methods for producing two-phase coolants, and methods for using the two-phase coolants to lower the temperature or maintain a low temperature in any subject, system, object, device, or application where particular low temperatures are desired. Also provided are systems for determining the cooling capacity of two-phase coolants.12-09-2010
20100308256BORON SUBOXIDE COMPOSITE MATERIAL - The invention provides a boron suboxide composite material comprising boron suboxide and a secondary phase, wherein the secondary phase contains a rare earth metal oxide. The rare earth metal oxide may be selected from the oxides of scandium, yttrium, which is preferred, and elements of the lanthanide series, and may be a mixture of rare earth metal oxides. The secondary phase may also include, in addition to the rare earth metal oxide(s), a further oxide or mixture of oxides of an element of the Groups IA, MA, MIA, and IVA of the periodic table. Moreover, the secondary phase may also contain a boride, and particularly a boride selected from the borides of transition metals of the fourth to eighth groups of the periodic table.12-09-2010
20120273713METHOD FOR PROPORTIONING NITRATES AND/OR NITRITES IN A NEUTRAL MEDIUM - A method is provided for preparing solid or thin-film single-crystals of cubic sesquioxides (space group no. 206, Ia-3) of scandium, yttrium or rare earth elements doped with lanthanide ions with valence +III, using a high-temperature flux growth technique, and to the various uses of the single-crystals obtained according to said method, in particular in the field of optics.11-01-2012
20110233457LIGHT EMITTING LAYER-FORMING SOLID MATERIAL, ORGANIC ELECTROLUMINESCENT DEVICE AND METHOD FOR PRODUCING THE SAME - A light emitting layer-forming solid material including at least one host material and at least one light-emitting material, wherein the light emitting layer-forming solid material is used for forming a white light emitting layer having a single layer structure by an evaporation method.09-29-2011
20130153819THERMOELECTRIC COMPOSITE MATERIAL - An embodiment of the present disclosure provides a thermoelectric composite material including: a thermoelectric matrix including a thermoelectric material; and a plurality of nano-carbon material units located in the thermoelectric matrix and spaced apart from each other, wherein a spacing between two neighboring nano-carbon material unit is about 50 nm to 2 μm.06-20-2013
20130187079PROCESS FOR DESIGNING AND PRODUCING COOLING FLUIDS - The present invention provides a process for designing and producing a cooling fluid for use in a cooling system. The process uses molecular dynamics to calculate the thermal properties of one or more fluid-nanoparticle solutions, and thereby aids in the study, selection and/or production of desired cooling fluids based on first principle simulations.07-25-2013
20120025131CONDUCTIVE PREPARATION AND METHOD FOR THE PRODUCTION THEREOF - The present invention relates to a conductive preparation, in particular an electrically and/or thermally conductive preparation, which is characterized in that it has a first, at least temporarily, liquid phase and at least one, preferably at least two conductive additive(s) provided in the first phase. A method for producing a conductive preparation of this type is characterized by the following steps: A) Providing a first, at least temporarily, liquid phase; B) Adding at least one conductivity additive, preferably at least two conductivity additives into the first phase; C) Mixing the first phase and the at least one conductivity additive into a homogeneous state.02-02-2012
20120025130HIGH-Ph SYNTHESIS OF NANOCOMPOSITE THERMOELECTRIC MATERIAL - A process for forming thermoelectric nanoparticles includes the steps of providing a core material and a bismuth containing compound in a reverse micelle; providing a tellurium containing compound either in or not in a reverse micelle; reacting the bismuth containing compound with the tellurium containing compound in the presence of a base, forming a composite thermoelectric nanoparticle having a core and shell structure.02-02-2012
20130207026Highly Conductive Carbon Nanotube Having Bundle Moieties With Ultra-Low Bulk Density and Its Manufacturing Method - The present invention relates to a highly conductive carbon nanotube having bundle moieties with ultra low apparent density less than 0.01 g/cc. More specifically, this invention relates to a highly conductive carbon nanotube prepared by following preparation steps of i) preparing the sphere shape of metal catalyst by spray pyrolysis of catalytic metal precursor solution including low molecular weight polymer, ii) synthesizing carbon nanotube using carbon source and obtained metal catalyst according to thermal chemical vapor deposition method; and iii) obtaining a highly conductive carbon nanotube having bundle moieties with ultra-low bulk apparent density.08-15-2013

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