Molecular Rebar Design LLC

Austin, TX, United States

Molecular Rebar Design LLC

Austin, TX, United States
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Molecular Rebar Design Llc | Date: 2017-04-25

This present invention relates to oxidized, discrete carbon nanotubes in dispersions, especially for use in printing inks. The dispersions can include materials such as elastomers, thermosets and thermoplastics or aqueous dispersions of open-ended carbon nanotubes with additives. A further feature of this invention relates to the development of a dispersion of oxidized, discrete carbon nanotubes that are electrically conductive.


Compositions, and methods of obtaining them, useful for lithium ion batteries comprising discrete oxidized carbon nanotubes having attached to their surface lithium ion active materials in the form of nanometer sized crystals or layers. The composition can further comprise graphene or oxygenated graphene.


Compositions and methods of producing discrete nanotubes and nanoplates and a method for their production. The discrete nanotube/nanoplate compositions are useful in fabricated articles to provide superior mechanical and electrical performance. They are also useful as catalysts and catalyst supports for chemical reactions.


Patent
Molecular Rebar Design Llc | Date: 2016-10-07

This present invention relates to the carbon nanotubes as composites with materials such as elastomers, thermosets and thermoplastics or aqueous dispersions of open-ended carbon nanotubes with additives. A further feature of this invention relates to the development of a concentrate of carbon nanotubes with an elastomer wherein the concentrate can be further diluted with an elastomer and other polymers and fillers using conventional melt mixing equipment.


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Molecular Rebar Design Llc | Date: 2017-01-05

The present invention relates to epoxy/nanotube composites. The composites have at least one epoxy resin. The composites also have a plurality of discrete oxidized carbon nanotubes. The nanotubes have an aspect ratio of from about 25 to about 250. The epoxy/nanotube composite may be bonded or adhered to a substrate.


Patent
Molecular Rebar Design LLC | Date: 2016-12-28

In various embodiments a payload molecule or drug molecule delivery system is disclosed. The system comprises a plurality of functionalized discrete carbon nanotubes having specific properties. The composition can comprise a plurality of discrete carbon nanotubes that have at least a portion of the carbon nanotubes with a number average (ratio of number average contour length to end to end length) of greater than 1.1 and up to about 3. These discrete carbon nanotubes having the specified ratio of number average (tube contour length (TCL) to number average tube end-end length (TEE)) ratio are not only discrete (separated) from one another, but are also controlled in their alignment such that processability and mechanical strength properties are both enhanced. Utility of the molecular rebar composition includes, but is not limited to improved payload molecule delivery, such as drug delivery, into body of an animal, such as human.


Patent
Molecular Rebar Design Llc | Date: 2015-03-26

Compositions of discrete carbon nanotubes for improved performance lead acid batteries. Further disclosed is a method to form a lead-acid battery with discrete carbon nanotubes.


Patent
Molecular Rebar Design Llc | Date: 2016-08-01

This present invention relates to the carbon nanotubes as composites with materials such as elastomers, thermosets and thermoplastics or aqueous dispersions of open-ended carbon nanotubes with additives. A further feature of this invention relates to the development of a concentrate of carbon nanotubes with an elastomer wherein the concentrate can be further diluted with an elastomer and other polymers and fillers using conventional melt mixing equipment.


Patent
Molecular Rebar Design LLC | Date: 2015-12-23

The invention relates to a material for a battery paste for a lead-acid battery, comprising a plurality of discrete carbon nanotube fibers, a negative electrode for an energy storage device, a composition for lead-acid battery construction comprising a plurality of discrete carbon nanotube fibers and to a process for producing a lead-acid battery material.


Compositions, and methods of obtaining them, useful for lithium ion batteries comprising discrete oxidized carbon nanotubes having attached to their surface lithium ion active materials in the form of nanometer sized crystals or layers. The composition can further comprise graphene or oxygenated graphene.

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