Abstract: Manganese dioxide for lithium primary batteries which is obtained by soda neutralization and heat treatment of electrolytic manganese dioxide and has a sodium content of 0.05 to 0.2% by weight and a process for producing the same.
Abstract: A manganese-nickel mixed hydroxide for battery active material comprising a manganese-containing mixed hydroxide having a coated layer composed of a mixed-oxide of nickel and cobalt, to provide an excellent discharging property and allows one to achieve an improvement in the discharge utilization when it is used as an electrode material for secondary batteries.
Abstract: A process for producing a lithium manganate for lithium secondary batteries comprising mixing a manganese compound and a lithium compound, firing the mixture at 1000 to 1500.degree. C., mixing the resulting complex oxide with a lithium compound, and firing the mixture at 600 to 800.degree. C.
Abstract: Black ultrafine magnetite particles of this invention have an FeO content of 31 to 35% and a particle size of 0.1 .mu.m or less. A process for producing the black ultrafine magnetite particles comprises dispersing ultrafine magnetite particles with a particle size of 0.1 .mu.m or less in water containing ferrous hydroxide, aging the dispersion of 90 to 200.degree. C. at a free alkali concentration of 1 mol/liter (M/l) or more, then adding 0.2 to 5%, based on the magnetite particles, of sodium oleate or potassium oleate, and adjusting the pH to 5 to 6 to adhere oleic acid to magnetite.
Abstract: Magnetite particles continuously contain a total amount of 0.2 to 1.2 wt. %, based on magnetite, of a silicon component and an aluminum component expressed as silicon and aluminum, in a region ranging from the center to the surface of the particle, a total amount of 0.01 to 0.5 wt. % of the silicon component and the aluminum component, expressed as silicon and aluminum, being exposed on the surface of the particle, and an outer shell of the particle being coated with a metal compound comprising at least one metal component bound to the silicon component and the aluminum component, the metal component being selected from the group consisting of Zn, Mn, Cu, Ni, Co, Cr, Cd, Zr, Sn, Mg, Ti, Ce, W and Mo and a process for their preparation.
Abstract: A sample is taken out of a molten magnesium alloy, the cooling curve of the sample during solidification is measured, the content of the aluminum component in the sample is determined by the use of the crystallization temperature of a phase appearing in the cooling curve, together with cooling curves, and if the results of bath analysis show the components to deviate from the standard values and target values, an aluminum-manganese master alloy, aluminum or magnesium is added to the molten magnesium alloy to adjust the components to an appropriate amount of aluminum or an appropriate iron/manganese ratio, whereby a magnesium alloy is produced.
Abstract: Magnetite particles continuously containing 0.2 to 1.0 wt. %, based on magnetite, of a silicon component expressed as silicon, in a region ranging from the center to the surface of the particle; 0.01 to 0.3 wt. % of the silicon component being exposed on the surface of the particle; and an outer shell of the particle being coated with a metal compound comprising at least one metal component bound to the silicon component, the metal component being selected from the group consisting of Zn, Mn, Cu, Ni, Co, Cr, Cd, Al, Sn, Mg, Ti and Ce, and a process for preparing the particles.
Abstract: A method for reducing Carbon contained in hydrogen storage alloys recovered from negative electrodes of nickel/hydrogen storage alloy secondary batteries of misch metal and alloys thereof as raw materials of hydrogen storage alloys for negative electrodes of nickel/hydrogen secondary batteries by adding titanium or zirconium or oxides of these elements, and melting in an inert gas atmosphere or in vacuum.
Abstract: Magnetite particles containing a silicon component inside, and having the silicon component exposed on the surface in a proportion of 0.05 to 2.0% by weight as silicon which have improved moisture resistance as indicated by moisture content of magnetite (% by weight), measured under high-temperature, high-humidity conditions (200.degree. C., Karl Fischer technique), and given by the equation (1)moisture content (% by weight).ltoreq.0.5+A/2 (1),where A represents the amount (% by weight) of presence of the silicon component, expressed in terms of silicon, contained in magnetite, i.e., the total amount (% by weight) of silicon in magnetite, provided that 0.3.ltoreq.A.ltoreq.3.0;an electrical resistance of 1.times.10.sup.3 .OMEGA..multidot.cm or more; a degree of aggregation of 40 or less; and low residual magnetization whereby the particles are excellent in operating efficiency, flowability and environmental resistance, without lowering the electrical resistance compared with the current standard.
Abstract: The invention relates to a method for recovering cadmium in used nickel-cadmium batteries by heat treatment. According to the invention, a plastic case for a battery can be separated from a battery body easily without leaking cadmium. High purity cadmium can be recovered by volatilizing cadmium in a non-oxidizing atmosphere.
Abstract: A copper alloy excellent in general properties such as heat resistance, electric and heat conductivity and mechanical strength and suitable for use as materials for lead frames of electronic parts, heat exchanger fins, or the like can be obtained by optimizing the Fe and Ti contents and proportions of a Cu-Fe-Ti ternary alloy and adding thereto a suitable amount of one or more members selected from the group consisting of Mg, Sb, V Misch metal, Zr, In, Zn, Sn, Ni, Al, and P.
August 7, 1984
Date of Patent:
December 17, 1985
Mitsui Mining and Smelting Company, Ltd.