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1. 20160141722 Electrolytes and Metal Hydride BatteriesUS19.05.2016
H01M 10/26
14540174BASF CorporationKwo Young

Metal hydride batteries comprising an electrolyte composition which comprises an aqueous solution comprising potassium hydroxide (KOH) and one or more halide and/or oxyacid salts exhibit reduced degradation of the anode material during operation. The salts are for instance alkali metal salts. Anode materials exhibit for instance <100% of the degradation of the same anode material in the same battery when replacing the electrolyte composition with 30 weight percent (wt %) aqueous KOH and the conductivity of the electrolyte composition is for instance ≧85% of 30 wt % aqueous KOH. Anode materials are for example ABx high capacity hydrogen storage alloys comprising Mg where x is from about 0.5 to about 5 and which has a discharge capacity of ≧400 mAh/g.


2. 20160141723 Electrolytes and Metal Hydride BatteriesUS19.05.2016
H01M 10/26
14540191BASF CorporationJean Nei

Metal hydride batteries comprising an electrolyte composition which comprises an aqueous solution comprising one or more compounds selected from the group consisting of metal hydroxides, metal oxide/hydroxides and ammonium hydroxides where when the electrolyte composition comprises KOH, the composition also comprises a further compound selected from the group consisting of metal hydroxides, metal oxide/hydroxides and ammonium hydroxides, exhibit reduced degradation of the anode material during operation. Anode materials advantageously exhibit ≦95% of the degradation of the same anode material in the same battery when replacing the electrolyte composition with 6 M aqueous KOH and exhibit conductivity of ≧50% of that of 6 M aqueous KOH. Anode materials are for example ABx high capacity hydrogen storage alloys comprising Mg where x is from about 0.5 to about 5 and which has a discharge capacity of ≧400 mAh/g.


3. WO/2016/077288 ELECTROLYTES AND METAL HYDRIDE BATTERIESWO19.05.2016
H01M 10/34
PCT/US2015/059857BASF CORPORATION NEI, Jean
Metal hydride batteries comprising an electrolyte composition which comprises an aqueous solution comprising one or more compounds selected from the group consisting of metal hydroxides, metal oxide/hydroxides and ammonium hydroxides where when the electrolyte composition comprises KOH, the composition also comprises a further compound selected from the group consisting of metal hydroxides, metal oxide/hydroxides and ammonium hydroxides, exhibit reduced degradation of the anode material during operation. Anode materials advantageously exhibit ≤ 95% of the degradation of the same anode material in the same battery when replacing the electrolyte composition with 6M aqueous KOH and exhibit conductivity of ≥ 50% of that of 6M aqueous KOH. Anode materials are for example ABx high capacity hydrogen storage alloys comprising Mg where x is from about 0.5 to about 5 and which has a discharge capacity of ≥ 400 mAh/g.

4. WO/2016/075109 PROCESS FOR REMOVING AND RECOVERING H2S FROM A GAS STREAM BY CYCLIC ADSORPTIONWO19.05.2016
B01D 53/02
PCT/EP2015/076151STICHTING ENERGIEONDERZOEK CENTRUM NEDERLAND VAN DIJK, Hendricus Adrianus Johannes
A process for altering the composition of a feed gas containing H2S equivalents is disclosed, wherein said feed gas comprises CO2 and H2S equivalents, typically H2S and optionally COS and CS2, preferably in a molar ratio of H2S equivalents to CO2 of below 1, preferably below 0.1, and optionally water, wherein the molar ratio of H2O to H2S equivalents is in the range of 0 - (5 + X), wherein X is a factor that takes into account the consumption of H2O during conversion of an equivalent of H2S to H2S. The process comprises (a) contacting the feed gas with a solid adsorbent at a temperature of 250 - 500 °C, to obtain a loaded adsorbent, (b) purging the loaded adsorbent with a purge gas comprising steam, thus producing a product stream which typically contains substantially equal levels of CO2 and H2S. The process further comprises a step (c) of regenerating the purged adsorbent by removal of water. The adsorbent comprises alumina and one or more alkali metals, such as potassium oxides, hydroxide or the like.

5. WO/2016/077303 ELECTROLYTES AND METAL HYDRIDE BATTERIESWO19.05.2016
H01M 10/34
PCT/US2015/059883BASF CORPORATION YOUNG, Kwo
A metal hydride battery comprising an electrolyte composition comprising an ionic compound selected from the group consisting of protic acids, protic ammonium compounds, protic oxonium compounds, aprotic ammonium compounds, aprotic oxonium compounds, aprotic phosphonium compounds and alkali or alkali earth metal salts; or comprising an ionic compound selected from the group consisting of alkali or alkali earth metal hydroxides and alkali or alkali earth metal alkoxides and an organic solvent; or comprising an alkali metal hydroxide, water and one or more further components selected from the group consisting of organic solvents, further ionic compounds and additives; or comprising an ionic compound selected from the group consisting of carboxylate compounds and carboxylic acids. Ionic compounds include ionic liquids and salts. Metal hydride batteries comprising certain electrolyte compositions have a nominal open-circuit voltage of from about 1.5 V to about 5.0 V.

6. WO/2016/077271 ELECTROLYTES AND METAL HYDRIDE BATTERIESWO19.05.2016
H01M 10/34
PCT/US2015/059829BASF CORPORATION YOUNG, Kwo
Metal hydride batteries comprising an electrolyte composition which comprises an aqueous solution comprising potassium hydroxide (KOH) and one or more halide and/or oxyacid salts exhibit reduced degradation of the anode material during operation. The salts are for instance alkali metal salts. Anode materials exhibit for instance < 100% of the degradation of the same anode material in the same battery when replacing the electrolyte composition with 30 weight percent (wt%) aqueous KOH and the conductivity of the electrolyte composition is for instance > 85% of 30 wt% aqueous KOH. Anode materials are for example ABx high capacity hydrogen storage alloys comprising Mg where x is from about 0.5 to about 5 and which has a discharge capacity of > 400 mAh/g.

7. WO/2016/071061 PROCESS FOR PRODUCING A SYNTHESIS GASWO12.05.2016
C01B 3/38
PCT/EP2015/072992CASALE SA OSTUNI, Raffaele
Process for manufacturing a hydrogen-containing synthesis gas from a natural gas feedstock, comprising the conversion of said natural gas into a raw product gas and purification of said product gas, the process having a heat input provided by combustion of a fuel; said process comprises a step of conversion of a carbonaceous feedstock, and at least a portion of said fuel is a gaseous fuel obtained by said step of conversion of said carbonaceous feedstock.

8. WO/2016/073500 RENEWABLE ENERGY STORAGE AND ZERO EMISSION POWER SYSTEMWO12.05.2016
C01B 3/38
PCT/US2015/058859ZTEK CORPORATION HSU, Michael, S.
The invention provides an energy system comprising a fuel processor for receiving a hydrocarbon fuel and for catalytically converting the hydrocarbon fuel into a reformate, an electric heating apparatus coupled to the fuel processor for providing thermal energy to the fuel processor, an energy source coupled to the electric heating apparatus for providing power thereto, and a catalytic reactor for processing the reformate and for converting the reformate into a liquid fuel.

9. 3018094 Process for producing a synthesis gasEP11.05.2016
C01B 3/38
14192002CASALE SAOSTUNI RAFFAELE
Process for manufacturing a hydrogen-containing synthesis gas from a natural gas feedstock, comprising the conversion of said natural gas into a raw product gas and purification of said product gas, the process having a heat input provided by combustion of a fuel; said process comprises a step of gasification of a carbonaceous feedstock, and at least a portion of said fuel is a gaseous fuel obtained by said step of gasification.

10. 3018093 SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR TREATING HYDROGEN TO BE STORED IN A SALT CAVERN AND SUPPLYING THEREFROMEP11.05.2016
C01B 3/00
15183111PRAXAIR TECHNOLOGY INCOATES ROMMEL M
A novel system and method for storing hydrogen in a salt cavern and supplying therefrom is provided. Hydrogen product withdrawn from a hydrogen pipeline may be chilled prior to being introduced into a cavern in order to cool at least a portion of the walls of the salt cavern so that one or more layers of the localized portion of the walls attains a stabilized state whereby contaminant release from the walls is suppressed. The present invention anticipates and strategically plans for contaminant intrusion form a salt cavern in order to reduce the degree of contaminant intrusion from a salt cavern while also allowing the stored hydrogen to have more absorption capacity for water vapor by virtue of entering the salt cavern in a sufficiently drier state. Alternatively, or in addition thereto, a crude hydrogen stream may be withdrawn from the cavern and chilled prior to introducing to the hydrogen pipeline.


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