Donald Sadoway

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PATENTS AWARDED TO DONALD SADOWAY

25. P.J. Burke, S. Phadke, and D.R. Sadoway, “Assembly method for liquid metal battery with bimetallic electrode,” U.S. Patent no. 9,786,955, October 10, 2017.

24. D.J. Bradwell, S. Osswald, and D.R. Sadoway, “Electrolytic recycling of compounds,” U.S. Patent no. 9,605,354, March 28, 2017.

23. Q. Hu, A. Caputo, and D.R. Sadoway, “Rechargeable lithium battery for wide temperature operation,” U.S. Patent no. 9,203,109, December 1, 2015.

22. B.H.V. Chung, P.J. Burke, and D.R. Sadoway, “High temperature sealed electrochemical cell,” U.S. Patent no. 9,153,803, October 6, 2015.

21. D.J. Bradwell, G. Ceder, L.A. Ortiz, and D.R. Sadoway, “Liquid metal alloy energy storage device,” U.S. Patent no. 9,076,996, July 7, 2015.

20. D.A. Boysen, D.J. Bradwell, K. Jiang, H. Kim, L.A. Ortiz, D.R. Sadoway, A.A. Tomaszowska, W. Wei, and K. Wang, “Alkali metal ion battery with bimetallic electrode,” U.S. Patent no. 9,000,713, Apr. 7, 2015.

19. A. Allanore and D.R. Sadoway, “Extraction of Liquid Element by Electrolysis of Oxides,” U.S. Patent no. 8,764,962, July 1, 2014.

18. D. Bradwell and D.R. Sadoway, “Alkaline Earth Metal Ion Battery,” U.S. Patent no. 8,323,816, Dec. 4, 2012.

17. D. Sadoway, G. Ceder, and D. Bradwell, “High-amperage energy storage device with liquid metal negative electrode and methods,” U.S. patent no. 8,268,471, Sept. 18, 2012.

16. K. Johansen, D.R. Sadoway, B. Myhre, M. Engvoll, K. Engvoll, Elkem AS, “Method for Electrolytic Production and Refining of Metals,” U.S. patent no. 7,901,561, March 8, 2011.

15. J.A. Aune, G. Frommeyer, K. Johansen, D.R. Sadoway, G. Soleng, and E.W. Thisted, Elkem AS, “Anode for Electrolysis of Aluminum,” U.S. patent no. 7,504,010, March 17, 2009.

14. A.M. Mayes, D.R. Sadoway, P.P. Soo, B. Huang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Non-crosslinked, Amorphous, Block Copolymer Electrolyte for Batteries,” U.S. patent no. 7,026,071, April 11, 2006.

13. Y.-M. Chiang, D.R. Sadoway, Y.-I. Jang, B. Huang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Intercalation compounds and electrodes for batteries,” U.S. patent no. 6,787,232, September 7, 2004.

12. A.M. Mayes, D.R. Sadoway, P. Banerjee, P. Soo, B. Huang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Self-doped Microphase Separated Block Copolymer Electrolyte,” U.S. patent no. 6,361,901, March 26, 2002.

11. U.B. Pal and D.R. Sadoway, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Accelerated Decarburization of Fe-C Metal Alloys,” U.S. patent no. 5,632,800, May 27, 1997.

10. D.R. Sadoway, K.G. Rhoads, N.A. Fried, and S.L. Schiefelbein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “High Accuracy Calibration-free Electrical Parameter Measurements using Differential Measurement with respect to Immersion Depth,” U.S. patent no. 5,489,849, February 6, 1996.

9. D.R. Sadoway, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Apparatus for the Electrolytic Production of Metals,” U.S. patent no. 5,254,232, October 19, 1993.

8. D.R. Sadoway, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Electrolytic Production of Metals Using Consumable Anodes,” U.S. patent no. 5,185,068, February 9, 1993.

7. D.R. Sadoway and R.M. Rose, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Methods for Processing Superconducting Materials,” U.S. patent no. 5,166,131, November 24, 1992.

6. D.R. Sadoway, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Apparatus and Method for the Electrolytic Production of Metals,” U.S. patent no. 4,999,097, March 12, 1991.

5. D.R. Sadoway and R.M. Rose, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Cryoelectrosynthesis,” U.S. patent no. 4,971,663, Novem¬ber 20, 1990.

4. D.R. Sadoway and R.M. Rose, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Electrochemically Controlled Superconductivity,” U.S. patent no. 4,911,800, March 27, 1990.

3. D.R. Sadoway and R.P. Singh, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Method for Forming a Metal Coating on a Substrate,” U.S. patent no. 4,882,199, November 21, 1989.

2. D.R. Sadoway, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, “Aluminum Reference Electrode,” U.S. patent no. 4,764,257, August 16, 1988.

1. R.M. Rose and D.R. Sadoway, “Cryoelectrodeposition,” U.S. patent no. 4,517,253, May 14, 1985; also issued as Can. patent no. 1,246,001, December 6, 1988.

 

 

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