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  • 43280 Ashbury Dr, Novi, MI 48375 (248) 349-9829
  • Ann Arbor, MI
  • 43280 Ashbury Dr, Novi, MI 48375 (248) 867-2670

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Degree: Associate degree or higher

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Phosphonic-Acid Grafted Hybrid Inorganic-Organic Proton Electrolyte Membranes (Pems)

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US Patent:
7183370, Feb 27, 2007
Filed:
Sep 10, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/938268
Inventors:
Siwen Li - Atlanta GA,
Meilin Liu - Alpharetta GA,
Kohei Hase - Aichi,
Masatsugu Nakanishi - Shizuoka,
Wen Li - Ann Arbor MI,
Junzo Ukai - Novi MI,
Assignee:
Toyota Technical Center USA, Inc - Ann Arbor MI
International Classification:
C08G 77/30
US Classification:
528 30, 528 35, 528 42, 525431, 525102, 525452, 525474, 525477
Abstract:
A proton conducting polymer is formed by the copolymerization of a plurality of compounds, including a silicon compound comprising an organic chain, and a compound including at least one acid group. The polymer comprises a hybrid organic-inorganic matrix having acid groups linked through a linking group. The linking group may include one or more electron withdrawing groups. The electron withdrawing group may be a halogen.

Corrosion Protection Using Carbon Coated Electron Collector For Lithium-Ion Battery With Molten Salt Electrolyte

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US Patent:
7348102, Mar 25, 2008
Filed:
Mar 15, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/080592
Inventors:
Wen Li - Ann Arbor MI,
Junzo Ukai - Novi MI,
Hiroaki Awano - Shizuoka,
Yutaka Oyama - Aichi,
Masaki Matsui - Shizuoka,
Gerald Perron - Boucherville,
Michael B. Armand - Saint Martin d'Uriage,
Assignee:
Toyota Motor Corporation - Aichi
Toyota Motor Engineering & Manufacturing North America, Inc. - Ann Arbor MI
Centre National de la Recherche - Paris
University de Montreal - Quebec
International Classification:
H01M 2/00
US Classification:
429233, 42923195
Abstract:
A battery, such as a lithium-ion battery, comprises a first electrode, a second electrode, a molten salt electrolyte, and an electron collector, associated with the first electrode, the electron collector comprising an electrically conducting film. The battery further includes a protection layer separating the electron collector and the first electrode, the protection layer comprising a carbon-containing material. The electron collector may be an electrically conducting material such as aluminum, aluminum alloy, copper, nickel, other metal (such as alloys), conducting polymer, and the like. In one example, the protection layer is a graphite layer. In other examples, the protection layer may be a fullerene film, carbon nanotube film, or other carbon-containing material.
Junzo C Ukai from Novi, MI, age ~60 Get Report