Nickel-metal hydride battery using alkali ion conducting separator

Number of patents in Portfolio can not be more than 2000

United States of America Patent

PATENT NO 8012621
APP PUB NO 20090134842A1
SERIAL NO

11944719

Stats

ATTORNEY / AGENT: (SPONSORED)

Importance

Loading Importance Indicators... loading....

Abstract

See full text

A nickel-metal hydride storage battery comprising a positive electrode containing nickel hydroxide, a negative electrode containing a hydrogen absorbing alloy, an alkaline electrolyte, and an alkali conducting separator provided between the positive electrode and the negative electrode. The alkali conducting separator may be a solid alkali metal ion super ion conducting material, wherein the alkali metal is Na, K, or Li.

Loading the Abstract Image... loading....

First Claim

See full text

Family

Loading Family data... loading....

Patent Owner(s)

Patent OwnerAddressTotal Patents
FIELD UPGRADING USA, INC.DENVER, CO19

International Classification(s)

  • [Classification Symbol]
  • [Patents Count]

Inventor(s)

Inventor Name Address # of filed Patents Total Citations
Bhavaraju, Sai West Jordan, US 83 896
Gordon, John Howard Salt Lake City, US 71 987
Joshi, Ashok V Salt Lake City, US 192 3477

Cited Art Landscape

Patent Info (Count) # Cites Year
 
Other [Check patent profile for assignment information] (1)
6881234 Method for making electrodes for nickel-metal hydride batteries 17 2003
 
PETROLEO BRASILEIRO S.A. - PETROBRAS (1)
2006/0096,893 Process for selective hydrodesulfurization of naphtha 19 2005
 
NEW ENERGY DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION (1)
4479856 Zinc dendrite inhibitor 24 1983
 
PolyPlus Battery Company (33)
5516598 Secondary cell using organosulfur/metal charge transfer materials as positive electrode 164 1994
5882812 Overcharge protection systems for rechargeable batteries 119 1997
6030720 Liquid electrolyte lithium-sulfur batteries 130 1997
6025094 Protective coatings for negative electrodes 221 1998
6214061 Method for forming encapsulated lithium electrodes having glass protective layers 105 1998
6402795 Plating metal negative electrodes under protective coatings 151 1998
6200704 High capacity/high discharge rate rechargeable positive electrode 89 1998
6210832 Mixed ionic electronic conductor coatings for redox electrodes 90 1998
6017651 Methods and reagents for enhancing the cycling efficiency of lithium polymer batteries 95 1998
6110236 Method of preparing electrodes having evenly distributed component mixtures 63 1998
6248481 Overcharge protection systems for rechargeable batteries 101 1999
6225002 Dioxolane as a proctector for lithium electrodes 104 1999
6413284 Encapsulated lithium alloy electrodes having barrier layers 125 1999
6165644 Methods and reagents for enhancing the cycling efficiency of lithium polymer batteries 74 2000
6358643 Liquid electrolyte lithium-sulfur batteries 81 2000
6413285 Layered arrangements of lithium electrodes 137 2000
6432584 Method for forming encapsulated lithium electrodes having glass protective layers 101 2000
6537701 Coated lithium electrodes 70 2000
6632573 Electrolytes with strong oxidizing additives for lithium/sulfur batteries 75 2001
6737197 Encapsulated lithium alloy electrodes having barrier layers 90 2001
6955866 Coated lithium electrodes 65 2002
6991662 Encapsulated alloy electrodes 70 2002
7070632 Electrochemical device separator structures with barrier layer on non-swelling membrane 95 2002
6911280 Chemical protection of a lithium surface 73 2002
7482096 Alleviation of voltage delay in lithium-liquid depolarizer/electrolyte solvent battery cells 12 2003
7282296 Ionically conductive composites for protection of active metal anodes 74 2003
7432017 Compositions and methods for protection of active metal anodes and polymer electrolytes 45 2003
7282302 Ionically conductive composites for protection of active metal anodes 69 2003
7390591 Ionically conductive membranes for protection of active metal anodes and battery cells 61 2004
7282295 Protected active metal electrode and battery cell structures with non-aqueous interlayer architecture 77 2004
7491458 Active metal fuel cells 49 2004
2006/0177,732 Battery cell with barrier layer on non-swelling membrane 24 2006
2007/0172,739 COMPOSITE SOLID ELECTROLYTE FOR PROTECTION OF ACTIVE METAL ANODES 109 2006
 
TDK CORPORATION (1)
2005/0109,617 Functional porous film, sensor, method of manufacturing functional porous film, method of manufacturing porous metal film, and method of manufacturing sensor 19 2004
 
METALLIC POWER, INC. (1)
2004/0229,107 Combined fuel cell and battery 32 2003
 
THE CHEMOURS COMPANY FC, LLC (2)
6368486 Low temperature alkali metal electrolysis 36 2000
6787019 Low temperature alkali metal electrolysis 22 2001
 
PLURION LIMITED (1)
7214443 Secondary battery with autolytic dendrites 28 2002
 
The United States of America as represented by the United States Department of Energy (2)
* 4465744 Super ionic conductive glass 20 1982
4842963 Zinc electrode and rechargeable zinc-air battery 77 1988
 
CERAMATEC, INC. (4)
5290405 NaOH production from ceramic electrolytic cell 44 1992
5580430 Selective metal cation-conducting ceramics 43 1994
7259126 Gas diffusion electrode and catalyst for electrochemical oxygen reduction and method of dispersing the catalyst 16 2004
2006/0141,346 Solid electrolyte thermoelectrochemical system 35 2005
 
GOOGLE INC. (1)
* 5541019 Metal hydride electrochemical cell having a polymer electrolyte 22 1995
 
RODOLFO ANTONIO M. GOMEZ (1)
6955753 Treatment of crude oils 18 2000
 
The Standard Oil Company (1)
4542444 Double layer energy storage device 38 1983
 
DURACELL U.S. OPERATIONS, INC. (1)
6159634 Battery separator 18 1998
 
UOP LLC (1)
5057206 Process for the production of white oils 33 1988
 
Pico Science Corporation (1)
2006/0257,734 Self-rechargeable alkaline battery 16 2005
 
El-Chem Corporation (1)
4372823 Rechargeable electrical storage battery with zinc anode and aqueous alkaline electrolyte 27 1981
 
Bipolar Technologies, Inc. (1)
6610440 Microscopic batteries for MEMS systems 108 2000
 
Celgard Inc. (1)
4298666 Coated open-celled microporous membranes 44 1980
 
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AS REPRESENTED BY THE ADMINISTRATOR OF THE NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION (1)
5780186 High performance zinc anode for battery applications 35 1996
 
BIPOLAR TECHNOLOGIES CORPORATION (2)
7166384 Microscopic batteries for MEMS systems 28 2001
7144654 Microscopic batteries integrated with MEMS systems 52 2002
 
FIELD UPGRADING USA, INC. (2)
2008/0268,327 Advanced Metal-Air Battery Having a Ceramic Membrane Electrolyte Background of the Invention 31 2007
2009/0136,830 Substantially Solid, Flexible Electrolyte For Alkili-Metal-Ion Batteries 19 2008
 
VARTA MICROBATTERY GMBH (2)
6265100 Rechargeable battery 111 1998
6310960 Rechargeable hearing aid system 75 1999
 
OVONIC BATTERY COMPANY, INC. (1)
4623597 Rechargeable battery and electrode used therein 80 1985
 
Exxon Research and Engineering Company (3)
5695632 Continuous in-situ combination process for upgrading heavy oil 66 1995
5935421 Continuous in-situ combination process for upgrading heavy oil 258 1996
6210564 Process for desulfurization of petroleum feeds utilizing sodium metal 69 1997
 
TECK METALS LTD. (1)
6153328 System and method for preventing the formation of dendrites in a metal/air fuel cell, battery or metal recovery apparatus 27 1999
 
FIELD UPGRADING LIMITED (1)
2009/0061,288 Lithium-sulfur battery with a substantially non-pourous membrane and enhanced cathode utilization 26 2008
 
CHEVRONTEXACO TECHNOLOGY VENTURES LLC (2)
5856047 High power nickel-metal hydride batteries and high power electrodes for use therein 31 1997
6416903 Nickel hydroxide electrode material and method for making the same 19 2000
 
SAMSUNG SDI CO., LTD. (1)
6852450 Electrolyte for a lithium-sulfur battery and a lithium-sulfur battery using the same 18 2001
* Cited By Examiner

Patent Citation Ranking

Forward Cite Landscape

Patent Info (Count) # Cites Year
 
INC., CERAMATEC (1)
9431682 Degradation protection of solid alkali ion conductive electrolyte membrane 0 2013
 
CERAMATEC, INC. (1)
* 2010/0239,893 SODIUM-SULFUR BATTERY WITH A SUBSTANTIALLY NON-POROUS MEMBRANE AND ENHANCED CATHODE UTILIZATION 8 2010
 
FIELD UPGRADING LIMITED (2)
8771879 Lithium—sulfur battery with a substantially non-porous lisicon membrane and porous lisicon layer 0 2008
* 2009/0061,288 Lithium-sulfur battery with a substantially non-pourous membrane and enhanced cathode utilization 26 2008
 
FIELD UPGRADING USA, INC. (7)
8323817 Alkali metal seawater battery 0 2009
* 2010/0068,629 ALKALI METAL SEAWATER BATTERY 8 2009
8859141 Solid-state sodium-based secondary cell having a sodium ion conductive ceramic separator 0 2010
* 2011/0104,526 SOLID-STATE SODIUM-BASED SECONDARY CELL HAVING A SODIUM ION CONDUCTIVE CERAMIC SEPARATOR 13 2010
8771855 Alkali metal aqueous battery 0 2011
9413036 Sodium-halogen secondary cell 0 2013
9263770 Method for providing electrical potential from a sodium-based secondary cell 0 2014
* Cited By Examiner

Maintenance Fees

Fee Large entity fee small entity fee micro entity fee due date
7.5 Year Payment $3600.00 $1800.00 $900.00 Mar 6, 2019
11.5 Year Payment $7400.00 $3700.00 $1850.00 Mar 6, 2023
Fee Large entity fee small entity fee micro entity fee
Surcharge - 7.5 year - Late payment within 6 months $160.00 $80.00 $40.00
Surcharge - 11.5 year - Late payment within 6 months $160.00 $80.00 $40.00
Surcharge after expiration - Late payment is unavoidable $700.00 $350.00 $175.00
Surcharge after expiration - Late payment is unintentional $1,640.00 $820.00 $410.00