Resources Contact Us Home
Browse by Category: Main > Physics
Class Information
Number: 976/DIG.415
Name: Nuclear technology > Arrangements for obtraining electrical energy from radioactive sources (e.g., from radioactive isotopes, nuclear or atomic batteries) [g21h-1/00] *** (fusion reactors dig. 1+; nuclear reactors dig. 5+) > Cells in which radiation of disintegration heats a thermoelectric junction or a thermionic converter [g21h-1/10] *** (devices where heating occurs from fission reactions dig. 39; discharge tubes functioning as thermionic generators h01j-45/00; thermoelectric devices comprising a junction of dissimilar materials h01l-35/00)

Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
976/DIG.417 Cells provided with thermionic generators [g21h-1/10c] 3
976/DIG.416 Cells provided with thermoelectric generators [g21h-1/10b] 28

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4348254 Method of making solar cell Sep. 7, 1982
3953288 Gas venting Apr. 27, 1976

  Recently Added Patents
Group greeting card
Clothes hanger
Shared system to operationally connect logic nodes
Highly detectable pilot structure
Radiation detector array
Compositions for inhibiting NADPH oxidase activity
Wireless communication power control
  Randomly Featured Patents
Electrostatic protection circuit with impedance matching for radio frequency integrated circuits
Toner and method of manufacturing the same
Power adapter
Process for the preparation of active-type vitamin D.sub.3 compounds
Ultrafast optical technique for the characterization of altered materials
Dual inhibitors of no synthase and cyclooxygenase, process for their preparation and therapeutical compositions containing them
Clematis plant named Ena
Derivatives and pharmaceutical compositions of n-hydroxyalkyl tetramethylcyclopropane-carboxamide, having anti-epiletic, neurological, and CNS activity, and method for their preparation
Spiro epoxides as intermediates
Automated method and article of manufacture for fully insuring large deposits received from a plurality of custodians from their respective depositors