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    • Gas-phase nucleation and growth of single-wall carbon nanotubes from high pressure CO 

      Smalley, Richard E.; Smith, Kenneth A.; Colbert, Daniel T.; Nikolaev, Pavel; Bronikowski, Michael J.; Bradley, Robert K.; Rohmund, Frank (2004-07-13)
      The present invention discloses the process of supplying high pressure (e.g., 30 atmospheres) CO that has been preheated (e.g., to about 1000° C.) and a catalyst precursor gas (e.g., Fe(CO)5) in CO that is kept below the ...
    • Gas-phase process for purifying single-wall carbon nanotubes and compositions thereof 

      Smalley, Richard E.; Hauge, Robert H.; Chiang, Wan-Ting; Yang, Yuemei; Smith, Kenneth A.; Kittrell, Carter W.; Gu, Zhenning (2006-08-15)
      The present invention relates to an all gas-phase process for the purification of single-wall carbon nanotubes and the purified single-wall carbon nanotube material. Known methods of single-wall carbon nanotube production ...
    • Gelled nanotube-containing heat transfer medium 

      Rostro, Bertha Catalina; Barrera, Enrique V. (2014-03-04)
      According to some embodiments, the present provides a heat transfer medium that includes, but is not limited to a base fluid, a plurality of single-walled carbon nanotubes, and a gelling formulation formed of an amine ...
    • Generating a heated fluid using an electromagnetic radiation-absorbing complex 

      Halas, Nancy J.; Nordlander, Peter; Neumann, Oara (2018-01-09)
      A vessel including a concentrator configured to concentrate electromagnetic (EM) radiation received from an EM radiation source and a complex configured to absorb EM radiation to generate heat. The vessel is configured to ...
    • Ginkgo biloba levopimaradiene synthase 

      Matsuda, Seiichi P. T.; Schepmann, Hala G. (2008-05-20)
      The present invention is directed to nucleic acid sequences of Ginkgo biloba diterpene synthases, particularly of a levopimaradiene synthase. More specifically, the invention is directed to a cell of a unicellular organism, ...
    • Ginkgo biloba levopimaradiene synthase 

      Matsuda, Seiichi P. T.; Schepmann, Hala G. (2005-09-20)
      The present invention is directed to nucleic acid sequences of Ginkgo biloba diterpene synthases, particularly of a levopimaradiene synthase. More specifically, the invention is directed to a cell of a unicellular organism, ...
    • GPU-based fast dose calculator for cancer therapy 

      Yepes, Pablo P.; Newhauser, Wayne David; Eley, John Gordon (2016-11-15)
      The invention relates to a computer readable medium including software instructions, which when executed by a scaling parameters for processor perform a method. The method includes obtaining a first and a second pre-calculated ...
    • Graphene compositions and drilling fluids derived therefrom 

      Tour, James M.; Schmidt, Howard K.; Lomeda, Jay R.; Kosynkin, Dmitry V.; Doyle, Condell D. (2012-05-22)
      Drilling fluids comprising graphenes and nanoplatelet additives and methods for production thereof are disclosed. Graphene includes graphite oxide, graphene oxide, chemically-converted graphene, and functionalized ...
    • Graphene compositions and methods for production thereof 

      Tour, James M.; Schmidt, Howard K.; Doyle, Condell D.; Kosynkin, Dmitry V.; Lomeda, Jay R. (2013-01-29)
      Drilling fluids comprising graphenes and nanoplatelet additives and methods for production thereof are disclosed. Graphene includes graphite oxide, graphene oxide, chemically-converted graphene, and functionalized ...
    • Graphene nanoribbons prepared from carbon nanotubes via alkali metal exposure 

      Tour, James M.; Kosynkin, Dmitry V. (2015-03-31)
      In various embodiments, the present disclosure describes processes for preparing functionalized graphene nanoribbons from carbon nanotubes. In general, the processes include exposing a plurality of carbon nanotubes to an ...
    • Graphene-carbon nanotube hybrid materials and use as electrodes 

      Tour, James M.; Zhu, Yu; Li, Lei; Yan, Zheng; Lin, Jian (2016-09-27)
      Provided are methods of making graphene-carbon nanotube hybrid materials. Such methods generally include: (1) associating a graphene film with a substrate; (2) applying a catalyst and a carbon source to the graphene film; ...
    • Graphite oxide coated particulate material and method of making thereof 

      Majumder, Mainak; Gao, Wei; Ajayan, Pulickel Madhavapanicker; Narayanan, Tharangattu; Pradhan, Bhabendra K. (2016-08-02)
      A process for conversion of conventional sand granules (or other particulates) to a ‘core-shell’ adsorbent granules in which GO (or GO-f) coating imparts nano structural features on the surface of the sand granules (or ...
    • Growth methods for controlled large-area fabrication of high-quality graphene analogs 

      Najmaei, Sina; Liu, Zheng; Ajayan, Pulickel M.; Lou, Jun (2017-02-28)
      In some embodiments, the present disclosure pertains to methods of growing chalcogen-linked metallic films on a surface in a chamber. In some embodiments, the method comprises placing a metal source and a chalcogen source ...
    • Growth of graphene films from non-gaseous carbon sources 

      Tour, James; Sun, Zhengzong; Yan, Zheng; Ruan, Gedeng; Peng, Zhiwei (2015-08-04)
      In various embodiments, the present disclosure provides methods of forming graphene films by: (1) depositing a non-gaseous carbon source onto a catalyst surface; (2) exposing the non-gaseous carbon source to at least one ...
    • Halogen-activated chemical vapor deposition of diamond 

      Hauge, Robert H.; Pan, Chenyu (1996-12-31)
      The present invention is directed to a method of producing diamond films through the thermal dissociation of molecular chlorine into atomic chlorine in a heated graphite heat exchanger at temperatures of from about 1,100° ...
    • Heat-inactivated complement factor B compositions and methods 

      Turner, Nancy A. (2017-01-03)
      The present disclosure is directed to compositions comprising heat-inactivated complement factor B and methods of using the same to treat thrombotic or complement-mediated inflammatory disorders.
    • Hemoglobin mutants that reduce heme loss 

      Olson, John S.; Whitaker, Timothy L.; Hargrove, Mark S. (2000-09-05)
      The present invention relates to methods of reducing heme loss in hemoglobins to produce stability and improve expression yield of hemoglobins, particularly recombinant hemoglobins. Such methods are accomplished by introducing ...
    • Hemoglobin mutants that reduce heme loss 

      Olson, John S.; Whitaker, Timothy L.; Hargrove, Mark S. (2004-11-02)
      The present invention relates to methods of reducing heme loss in hemoglobins to produce stability and improve expression yield of hemoglobins, particularly recombinant hemoglobins. Such methods are accomplished by introducing ...
    • Hemoglobin mutants with increased soluble expression and/or reduced nitric oxide scavenging 

      Weickert, Michael J.; Glascock, Christopher B.; Mathews, Antony J.; Lemon, Douglas D.; Doherty, Daniel H.; Olson, John S. (2002-09-24)
    • Hemoglobin mutants with increased soluble expression and/or reduced nitric oxide scavenging 

      Weickert, Michael J.; Glascock, Christopher B.; Mathews, Antony J.; Lemon, Douglas D.; Doherty, Daniel H.; Olson, John S. (2006-05-23)
      The invention relates to novel recombinant hemoglobins having reduced nitric oxide scavenging and/or increased high soluble expression. The invention further relates to methods of increasing the soluble expression of ...