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|Plated glass dildo|
A dildo, including a solid high density heat-resistant glass substrate completely covered by a relatively inert metal plating such as gold, silver, nickel, chromium or titanium, the substrate having a shaft portion, a base portion at one end and a head portion at the opposite end. In one configuration the head and base portions are enlarged, the shaft portion having spaced protuberances.
|Nickel compositions for preparing nickel metal and nickel complexes|
Nickel(ii) compositions for use in manufacturing nickel metal (ni(0)) compositions, and specifically to methods of making basic nickel carbonates used to produce nickel metal compositions are disclosed. By varying the molar ratios of carbonates and bicarbonates to nickel salts, the methods provide basic nickel carbonates that produce superior nickel metal-containing solids that are well-suited to forming nickel-ligand complexes with phosphorus-containing ligands.
|Novel ni complex and its derivatives, producing method, and the use thereof as an antioxidant|
The nickel complexes and their derivatives of the invention act as anti-oxidants or free radical scavengers. The invented nickel complexes can be used in the preparation of medicines, health foods or cosmetics for human, animals and plants, or can be used in environmental or soil protection..
|Nickel-m-alumina xerogel catalyst, method for preparing the same, and method for preparing methane using the catalyst|
A nickel-m-alumina hybrid xerogel catalyst for preparing methane, wherein the metal m is at least one element selected from the group consisting of fe, co, ni, ce, la, mo, cs, y, and mg, a method for preparing the catalyst and a method for preparing methane using the catalyst are provided. The catalyst has strong resistance against a high-temperature sintering reaction and deposition of carbon species, and can effectively improve a conversion ratio of carbon monoxide and selectivity to methane..
|Braze compositions, and related devices|
A braze alloy composition for sealing a ceramic component to a metal component in an electrochemical cell is presented. The braze alloy composition includes nickel, silicon, boron, and an active metal element.
|Braze compositions, and related devices|
A braze alloy composition for sealing a ceramic component to a metal component in an electrochemical cell is presented. The braze alloy composition includes copper, nickel, and an active metal element.
|Welding structure and welding method|
A welding structure (30a) includes a welding layer (60a) which is configured of a first built-up layer (33) which is formed of low-alloy steel or carbon steel having a carbon content of less than low-alloy steel and which is formed on a base metal (31), a second built-up layer (34) which is formed of a 600-type nickel-based alloy and which is formed on the first built-up layer (33) and a third built-up layer (35) which is formed of a 690-type nickel-based alloy and which is formed on the second built-up layer (34).. .
|Method of applying a wear resistant coating|
A method of applying a wear-resistant coating comprises mixing about 75% to about 85% by weight chromium carbide and about 15% to about 25% by weight nickel chromium to form a chromium carbide-nickel chromium mixture, and simultaneously heating the chromium carbide-nickel chromium mixture to about 1371 degrees celsius to about 2204 degrees celsius and applying the chromium carbide-nickel chromium mixture at a velocity in a range of about 305 meters feet per second to about 915 meters per second by high velocity oxygen fuel (hvof) spraying.. .
|Metallic compositions useful for brazing, and related processes and devices|
A braze alloy composition is disclosed, containing nickel, about 5% to about 40% of at least one refractory metal selected from niobium, tantalum, or molybdenum; about 2% to about 32% chromium; and about 0.5% to about 10% of at least one active metal element. An electrochemical cell that includes two components joined to each other by such a braze composition is also described.
|Method and apparatus for a jet pump inlet-mixer slip joint|
A slip joint of the jet pump assembly inlet-mixer is the interface between a diffuser and an inlet-mixer. The diffuser is coated with a first hardfacing alloy, and the inlet-mixer is coated with a second hardfacing alloy different from the first hardfacing alloy.
A spark plug including a center electrode; an insulator; a metallic shell; and a ground electrode, wherein at least one of the center electrode and the ground electrode has thereon an intermediate member which connects the center electrode or the ground electrode to a noble metal tip. The intermediate member has a tip-bonding portion to which the noble metal tip is bonded, and an electrode-bonding portion which has a diameter greater than that of the tip-bonding portion, and which is bonded to the center electrode or the ground electrode.
|Organic electroluminescence element and illumination device|
An object is providing an organic electroluminescence element and an illumination device in which a driving voltage does not increase even when a high-productivity sputtering method is used to form a transparent conductive layer of the organic electroluminescence element of a top or top-and-bottom emission type, and hence which has an improved driving voltage. The organic electroluminescence element includes at least a light emitting layer and a transparent conductive layer.
|Polishing composition for nickel-phosphorous-coated memory disks|
The invention provides a chemical-mechanical polishing composition containing wet-process silica, an oxidizing agent that oxidizes nickel-phosphorous, a chelating agent, polyvinyl alcohol, and water. The invention also provides a method of chemically-mechanically polishing a substrate, especially a nickel-phosphorous substrate, by contacting a substrate with a polishing pad and the chemical-mechanical polishing composition, moving the polishing pad and the polishing composition relative to the substrate, and abrading at least a portion of the substrate to polish the substrate..
|Process for producing an integral bond|
This application provides, inter alia, processes for producing an integral bond between a high-grade steel component and an aluminum or aluminum alloy component. In an exemplary embodiment, the process comprises coating the high-grade steel first with a nickel layer and second an aluminum layer, arranging the coated high-grade steel and the aluminum or aluminum alloy components in relation to one another in such a manner that partial regions of the first and of the second component are arranged parallel to one another and either bear areally against one another or are arranged with a gap of 0 mm to 5 mm in relation to one another, and integrally bonding the coated high-grade steel component to the aluminum or aluminum alloy component by using a cold metal transfer process..
|Method of fabricating thin film electrodes including metal tubes filled with active material|
A thin film electrode is fabricated from a non-metallic, non-conductive porous support structure having pores with micrometer-range diameters. The support may include a polymer film.
|Method for manufacturing a valuable-metal sulfuric-acid solution from a waste battery, and method for manufacturing a positive electrode active material|
The present invention relates to a method for manufacturing a valuable-metal sulfuric-acid solution from a waste battery, and to a method for manufacturing a positive electrode active material. The method for manufacturing the valuable-metal sulfuric-acid solution includes: a step of obtaining valuable-metal powder containing lithium, nickel, cobalt, and manganese from waste batteries; a step of acid-leaching the valuable-metal powder under a reducing atmosphere in order to obtain a leaching solution; and a step of separating the lithium from the leaching solution so as to obtain a sulfuric-acid solution containing the nickel, cobalt, and manganese..
|Processes for preparing amines and catalysts for use therein|
Processes for preparing an amine are described which comprise reacting a primary or secondary alcohol, aldehyde and/or ketone with hydrogen and a nitrogen compound selected from the group of ammonia, primary and secondary amines, in the presence of a zirconium dioxide-, copper- and nickel-containing catalyst. The catalytically active composition of the catalyst, before its reduction with hydrogen, comprises oxygen compounds of zirconium, of copper, of nickel, in the range from 1.0 to 5.0% by weight of oxygen compounds of cobalt, calculated as coo, and in the range from 0.2 to 5.0% by weight of oxygen compounds of sulfur, of phosphorus, of gallium, of lead and/or of antimony, calculated in each case as h2so4, h3po4, ga203, pbo and sb203 respectively..
|Positive electrode slurry composition for lithium secondary battery, lithium secondary battery comprising the same and method of making the lithium secondary battery|
Provided are a positive electrode slurry composition for a lithium secondary battery, which can be prepared by an improved preparation method by preventing slurry from being gelled by adding an inorganic additive in preparing slurry of a nickel (ni) based positive active material, a lithium secondary battery comprising the same and a method of making the lithium secondary battery. The positive electrode slurry includes a nickel (ni) based positive active material; a binder; and an inorganic additive..
|Plating pretreatment solution and method for producing aluminum substrate for hard disk devices using same|
An object of the invention is to provide a plating pretreatment solution that can convert the surface of an aluminum substrate for hard disk devices into a surface suitable for electroless nickel plating, and a method for producing an aluminum substrate for hard disk devices using the same. The plating pretreatment solution of the present invention used for a plating pretreatment in production of an aluminum substrate for hard disk devices has an iron ion concentration of 0.1 g/l to 1.0 g/l and a nitric acid concentration of 2.0 wt % to 12.0 wt %.
|Nickel oxide powder material for solid oxide type fuel cell and method for producing the same, and anode material, anode and solid oxide type fuel cell using the same|
A nickel oxide powder material that can restrain cracking of electrode due to oxidation expansion and peeling from a electrolyte and thus can decrease deterioration of the power generation characteristics, when used as an anode material for a solid oxide type fuel cell and its efficient production method, and the anode material for the solid oxide type fuel cell using the nickel oxide powder material. The nickel oxide powder material for an anode material constituting a solid oxide type fuel cell is characterized in that it is made up of a core particle (a) composed of a nickel oxide fine particle and a coating layer (b) including a zirconium hydroxide, which is formed on the surface of the core particle (a), as its main component, and that the zirconium content contained in the coating layer (b) is 0.001 to 0.01 g/m2 per surface area of the nickel oxide fine particle..
|Methods of forming a hardfacing composition, methods of hardfacing a downhole tool, and methods of forming an earth-boring bit|
A hardfacing composition for downhole well tools, such as earth-boring bits, contains sintered ultrahard particles. The ultrahard particles consist of tungsten carbide grains, cobalt and vanadium.
|Nickel-free stainless steel stent|
A nickel-free stainless steel stent using a stainless steel which does not substantially contain ni in the stainless steel, has a metal allergy onset-preventing effect, and is excellent in terms of precision workability, strength, and ductility, is provided. The nickel-free stainless steel stent is characterized by using a stainless steel containing, as a chemical composition, from 15 to 30% by mass of cr, from 0.97 to 2% by mass of mo, and from 0.5 to 1% by mass of n, with the remainder being fe, and optionally containing inevitable impurities..
|Preparation of aminomethyl furans and alkoxymethyl furan derivatives from carbohydrates|
Described herein are single step methods of making various classes of alkylamine derivatives of furan and tetrahydrofuran by simultaneous contact of a sugar with h2, an acid catalyst and hydrogenation catalyst in the presence of an alkylamide solvent. The hydrogenation catalyst is a heterogeneous catalyst comprising a metal selected from the group consisting of pt, pd, and nickel.
|Process for preparation of triclabendazole|
The present invention discloses a method for preparing triclabendazole comprising condensing n-(4,5-dichloro-2-ni-trophenyl)acetamide with 2,3-dichlorophenol to obtain 4-chloro-5(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitrophenyl acetamide and it to obtain 4-chloro-5(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitroaniline; reducing 4-chloro-5(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitroaniline in presence of raney nickel to obtain 4-chloro-5-(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)benzene-1,2-diamine of; cyclising 4-chloro-5-(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)benzene-1,2-diamine in presence of carbondisulfide to obtain 6-chloro-5-(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)-1h-benzimidazole-2-thiol; methylating 6-chloro-5-(2,3-dichlorophenoxy)-1h-benzimidazole-2-thiol using a methylating agent to obtain triclabendazole methanesulfonate salt; converting triclabendazole methanesulfonate salt to hydrochloride salt of triclabendazole and hydrolysing it to obtain triclabendazole.. .
|Method for improving transistor performance through reducing the salicide interface resistance|
An embodiment of the invention reduces the external resistance of a transistor by utilizing a silicon germanium alloy for the source and drain regions and a nickel silicon germanium self-aligned silicide (i.e., salicide) layer to form the contact surface of the source and drain regions. The interface of the silicon germanium and the nickel silicon germanium silicide has a lower specific contact resistivity based on a decreased metal-semiconductor work function between the silicon germanium and the silicide and the increased carrier mobility in silicon germanium versus silicon.
|Positive electrode for nonaqueous electrolyte secondary battery and nonaqueous electrolyte secondary battery using the positive electrode|
It is an object of the present invention to provide a positive electrode for nonaqueous electrolyte secondary batteries that can suppress decreases in the discharge capacity and discharge voltage even when continuous charging is performed at high temperature and that can also suppress decreases in the discharge voltage and energy density even in the charge and discharge after the continuous charging, and to provide a nonaqueous electrolyte secondary battery that uses the positive electrode. The positive electrode includes a positive electrode active material composed of a mixture containing lithium cobalt oxide 21 having a surface to which an erbium compound 22 is partly adhered and lithium nickel cobalt manganese oxide and a binder.
|Lithium secondary battery and method for producing same|
A lithium secondary battery according to the present invention includes a positive electrode containing a positive electrode active material capable of occluding/releasing lithium ions; a negative electrode containing a negative electrode active material capable of occluding/releasing lithium ions; a separator located between the positive electrode and the negative electrode; and an electrolyte having a lithium ion conductivity. The positive electrode active material contains a lithium nickel complex oxide substantially having an irreversible capacity; the negative electrode active material has lithium occluded thereto in advance; and in a completely discharged state of the lithium secondary battery when an environmental temperature is 25° c., an amount of lithium releasable from the negative electrode is larger than an irreversible capacity of the lithium secondary battery..
|Alloy, protective layer and component|
Known protective layers with a high cr content and additionally silicon form brittle phases which additionally embrittle during use under the influence of carbon. A protective layer including the composition of from 24% to 26% cobalt, from 10% to 12% aluminium, from 0.2% to 0.5t yttrium, from 12% to 14% chromium, remainder nickel is provided..
|Catalyst for hydrogen production|
The invention provides a catalyst for the production of hydrogen by steam reforming. The catalyst is a porous catalyst which is based on at least aluminium oxide and preferably magnesium oxide, and further comprises boron and nickel.
|Method and apparatus for recycling lithium-ion batteries|
Cathode material from exhausted lithium ion batteries are dissolved in a solution for extracting the useful elements co (cobalt), ni (nickel), mn (manganese), li (lithium), and fe (iron) to produce active cathode materials for new batteries. The solution includes compounds of desirable materials such as cobalt, nickel and manganese dissolved as compounds from the exhausted cathode material of spent cells.
|Method of producing nanocomposite cathode active material for lithium secondary battery|
Wherein m is nia—mnb—coc, x is a decimal number from 0.1 to 0.9, and a, b and c are independently a decimal number from 0.05 to 0.9. The method includes mixing a lithium compound with a manganese compound to prepare li2mno3 as a first cathode active material, mixing a mixed solution of nickel sulfate/manganese sulfate/cobalt sulfate, a sodium hydroxide solution and aqueous ammonia to prepare a coprecipitated hydroxide represented by (nia—mnb—coc)(oh)2 wherein a, b and c are as defined above, mixing the coprecipitated hydroxide with a lithium compound to prepare a second cathode active material represented by limo2 wherein m is as defined above, and mixing the first cathode active material with the second cathode active material.
|Cobalt-based alloy comprising germanium and method for soldering|
Cobalt-based solder alloys are proposed. The cobalt-based solder alloys have germanium.
|Plating method using intaglio processing|
Disclosed is a plating method using etching during surface treatment of a material, including: forming a nickel plating layer on the surface of an original material; masking a masking jig in a form of a plate on which a graphic is engraved on the nickel plating layer; etching the masked nickel plating layer; removing the masking jig from the nickel plating layer; and forming a chromium plating layer on the etched nickel plating layer, in which a desired graphic is engraved without deterioration of appearance, corrosion resistance, abrasion resistance and the like.. .
|Electronics enclosures with high thermal performance and related system and method|
Various apparatuses, methods, and systems are provided for cooling electronic components. For example, an apparatus includes an electronics enclosure having multiple ribs configured to separate electronic components.
|Catalysts for making ethanol from acetic acid|
Catalysts and processes for forming catalysts for use in hydrogenating acetic acid to form ethanol. In one embodiment, the catalyst comprises a first metal, a silicaceous support, and at least one metasilicate support modifier.
|Anode electro-catalysts for alkaline membrane fuel cells|
An anode catalyst for an alkaline membrane fuel cell (amfc) includes a catalytically active component and a catalytically inactive component, wherein the catalytically active component is selected from one or more of the group of ruthenium (ru), rhodium (rh), silver (ag), osmium (os), iridium (ir), platinum (pt), silver (ag) and gold (au)) and wherein the catalytically inactive component is selected from the group of iron (fe), lead (pb), nickel (ni), cobalt (co) and zinc (zn).. .
|Method for producing fuel cell electrode catalyst, fuel cell electrode catalyst, and uses thereof|
A method for producing a fuel cell electrode catalyst including a metal element selected from aluminum, chromium, manganese, iron, cobalt, nickel, copper, strontium, yttrium, tin, tungsten, and cerium and having high catalytic activity through heat treatment at comparatively low temperature. The method including: a step (1) of mixing at least a certain metal compound (1), a nitrogen-containing organic compound (2), and a solvent to obtain a catalyst precursor solution, a step (2) of removing the solvent from the catalyst precursor solution, and a step (3) of heat-treating a solid residue, obtained in the step (2), at a temperature of 500 to 1100° c.
|Alkaline storage battery|
[problem] to suppress increases in the resistance of nickel positive electrodes and assure sufficient battery capacity even after repeated pulse charging and discharging cycles with a large current. [solution] this alkaline storage battery (10) contains aluminum (al) in a hydrogen storage alloy negative electrode (12) and also includes al in a nickel positive electrode (11).
|Positive active material for alkaline secondary battery, method for manufacturing the same and alkaline secondary battery|
A positive active material for an alkaline secondary battery having a core layer containing nickel hydroxide and a conductive auxiliary layer which coats the surface of the core layer, wherein the conductive auxiliary layer contains a cobalt oxyhydroxide phase and a cerium dioxide phase, and the active material contains lithium.. .
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