Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by: INVENTOR PATENT HOLDER PATENT NUMBER DATE
 
 
Browse by Category: Main > Material Science
Class Information
Number: 75/607
Name: Specialized metallurgical processes, compositions for use therein, consolidated metal powder compositions, and loose metal particulate mixtures > Processes > Producing or treating free metal > At 300 degrees c or greater (e.g., pyrometallurgy, etc.) > Nonferrous > Alkaline earth metal, singly or in combination > Vaporizing or condensing
Description: Process in which an Alkaline earth metal is vaporized or condensed.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
75/608 Reduction 7


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7641711 Metal vapour condensation and liquid metal withdrawal Jan. 5, 2010
4147534 Method for obtaining Mg and Ca through carbon reduction Apr. 3, 1979
4092263 Metal vapor generator May. 30, 1978











 
 
  Recently Added Patents
Device and method for unified codes
Method and device for managing a turning setpoint applied to at least one turning actuator for the rear wheels of an automobile
Wound dressing with a discontinuous contact layer surface
Electromagnetic shield for a passive electronic component in an active medical device implantable lead
Powerline communication device with load characterization functionality
Retransmission and retransmission request in data communication systems
(4945
  Randomly Featured Patents
Encoding system conversion apparatus and method for same
Method for recovery and reuse of ammonia in ammonia-base sulfite cooking liquors
Inert gas distributor attachment for arc welding torches
Precision three dimensional profiling and measurement system for cylindrical containers
Aerosol transport system
Automobile engine mounting bracket
Process and apparatus for extracting a useful signal having a finite spatial extension at all times and which is variable with time
Plastic container
ATM communication system interconnect/termination unit
Films formed from blends of polyethylene and polypropylene