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Number: 75/692
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 > Tin(sn) > Reduction > Of halogen containing material
Description: Process in which a Tin (Sn) compound containing a Halogen is reduced.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8343668 Porous tin particles and the preparation for the same Jan. 1, 2013
5437854 Process for purifying zirconium tetrachloride Aug. 1, 1995
4248631 Casting powder for the continuous casting of steel and method for producing the same Feb. 3, 1981
4212666 Tin recovery Jul. 15, 1980
4032328 Metal reduction process Jun. 28, 1977











 
 
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