US Patent 6,514,575
United States Patent and Trademark Office
University of Iowa Research Foundation (Iowa City, IA, US)
Magnetic composites exhibit distinct flux properties due to gradient interfaces. The composites can be used to improve fuel cells and effect transport and separation of different species of materials. A variety of devices can be made utilizing the composites including a separator, a cell, an electrode for channeling flux of magnetic species, an electrode for effecting electrolysis of magnetic species, a system for channeling electrolyte species, a system for separating particles with different magnetic susceptibilities. Some composites can be used to make a dual sensor for distinguishing between two species of materials and a flux switch to regulate the flow of a redox species and a flux switch to regulate the flow of a chemical species. Some composites can control chemical species transport and distribution.
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Leddy, Johna and Amarasinghe, Sudath Magnetic composites exhibiting distinct flux properties due to gradient interfaces. US Patent 6,514,575 filed June 08, 2001 and issued February 04, 2003. https://ir.uiowa.edu/patents/320