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Selective Reductant Electrowinning for Metal Recovery and Waste Reduction [ID 13001]
OverviewA selective reductant electrowinning process developed by Ohio University researcher, Dr. Gerrardine Botte, shows great promise in capturing metals in industrial processes and waste streams. This new process is highly efficient in comparison to existing approaches, and shows potential for both lowering costs and generating new revenue streams...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Gerardine Botte
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Category(s): Engineering > Manufacturing
Low-Cost Production of Graphene from Coal [ID 12018]
OverviewExploitation of the unique properties of graphene for new commercial applications is occurring at a phenomenal rate. However, current methods of graphene production are inefficient and expensive and do not provide a commercial supply to meet expected future demand. An industrially scalable production method capable of producing large quantities...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Gerardine Botte
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Category(s): Engineering > Manufacturing
Simultaneous Removal of Ammonia, Urea, & Metals from Water [ID 09029]
OverviewAmmonia, urea, and metals are all species that are commonly presented in wastewater that is derived from different sources. There are different processes that facilitate the removal of these species individually, including ion exchange, reverse osmosis, electro-winning, etc. However, none of these processes possess the ability to remove all...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Gerardine Botte
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Category(s): Engineering > Energy & Renewables, Engineering > Geological Sciences, Physical Science > Chemistry
Electrocatalysts & Additives for the Oxidization of Solid Fuels [ID 05011]
OverviewHydrogen is expected to be the primary energy source in the 21st century for electricity generation, fuel, and other applications. It is an environmentally clean source of energy since it generates no pollutants. Fossil fuels and water are the major inputs for the manufacture of hydrogen. These inputs and their required processes, however, are...
Published: 10/23/2018   |   Inventor(s): Gerardine Botte
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Category(s): Physical Science > Chemistry, Engineering > Energy & Renewables, Engineering > Electronics, Sensors & Photonics