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Number: 420/523
Name: Alloys or metallic compositions > Zinc base > Cadmium containing
Description: Alloy, or metallic composition which additionally contains cadmium.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7056471 Ternary and quarternary nanocrystals, processes for their production and uses thereof Jun. 6, 2006
5096666 Rare earth and aluminium containing galvanizing bath and method Mar. 17, 1992
4684415 Core annihilation method of Hg.sub.1-x Cd.sub.x Te Aug. 4, 1987
4612063 Method of making a fence stretcher bar Sep. 16, 1986
4582683 (Hg,Cd,Zn)Te crystal compositions Apr. 15, 1986
4578109 Process for the production of anode active materials for use in cells Mar. 25, 1986
4548642 Process for preparing zinc powder for alkaline batteries (V) Oct. 22, 1985
4462960 Zinc anode alloy for sacrificial anodes Jul. 31, 1984
4432937 Zinc alloy for use with electrode Feb. 21, 1984











 
 
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