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  1. THIN LAYER IMMOBILIZED LIQUID MEMBRANES FOR GAS SEPARATIONS

    SBC: A/g Technology Corp.            Topic: N/A

    THE NEED FOR ENERGY CONSERVATION TO REDUCE US DEPENDENCE ON POTENTIALLY UNSTABLE FOREIGN ENERGY SUPPLIES IS WELL DOCUMENTED. ONE MAJOR POTENTIAL ENERGY CONSERVATION MEASURE IS COMBUSTION WITH OXYGEN ENRICHED AIR. CONVENTIONAL METHODS FOR PRODUCING OXYGEN ENRICHED AIR ARE UNECONOMICAL AND HENCE ARE NOT PRACTICED. MEMBRANE PROCESSES, ESPECIALLY THOSE BASED ON IMMOBILIZED LIQUID MEMBRANES ARE CHARATE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  2. LEAD IODIDE SEMICONDUCTOR FOR NUCLEAR SENSOR

    SBC: Radiation Monitoring Devices, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    N/A

    SBIR Phase I 1986 National Science Foundation
  3. COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR AUTOMATED TEST PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

    SBC: ALPHATECH, INC.            Topic: N/A

    THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN TECHNIQUES FOR AUTOMATED TEST PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT IS PROPOSED. THE APPROACH WILL BE TO VIEW THE TEST PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS AS CONSISTING OF EQUIPMENT MODELING, FUNCTIONAL TEST SEQUENCING, TEST PATTERN GENERATION AND SEQUENCING, TEST VERIFICATION, AND AUTOMATIC CODE GENERATION. OF THESE, TEST SEQUENCING AND TEST GENERATION CONSTITUTE THE TWO MOST TIME- ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  4. A NEW, VARYING-CAPACITANCE, ELECTRICAL MACHINE

    SBC: Eagle Engineering, Inc.            Topic: N/A

    THIS MACHINE ACCOMPLISHES ENERGY CONVERSION THROUGH THE ELECTROMECHANICAL COUPLING IMPLICIT WHEN A ROTOR-STATOR CAPACITANCE VARIES PERIODICALLY AS THE SHAFT TURNS. IT HAS THE POTENTIAL FOR LOW COST OF MANUFACTURE AND HIGH EFFICIENCY. ALTHOUGH THE PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION HAS BEEN KNOWN FOR A CENTURY, AND VARIOUS MODELS HAVE BEEN BUILT, A PRACTICAL MACHINE, COMPETITIVE WITH THE CONVENTIONAL MAGNETIC ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  5. A NOVEL CHELATING SOLVENT FOR NON-AQUEOUS RECHARGEABLE CELLS

    SBC: EIC LABORATORIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    A SPECIFIC ETHER IS PROPOSED TO BE USED WITH LIASF(6) TO GIVE AN ELECTROLYTE FOR USE IN RECHARGEABLE LITHIUM BATTERIES. THIS ELECTROLYTE IS EXPECTED TO ALLOW THE CYCLING OF LI IN HIGH EFFICIENCY. THE ETHER IS NOT AVAILABLE COMMERCIALLY AND APPEARS NOT TO HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED FOR THIS USE PREVIOUSLY. AN ARGUMENT IS PRESENTED WHY THIS PARTICULAR ETHER IS WORTHY OF EVALUATION.SYNTHETIC APPROACHES A ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  6. PULSE MODULATED ELECTROPLATING OF MOLYBDENUM FROM ALKALI CHLORIDE MELTS

    SBC: EIC LABORATORIES, INC.            Topic: N/A

    REFRACTORY METALS, WITH THE EXCEPTION OF CHROMIUM, CANNOT BE PLATED FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS IN COHERENT FORM. ELECTROPLATING CAN BE ACHIEVED FROM MOLTEN ELECTROLYTES OPERATING AT THE TEMPERATURE RANGE FROM 500-1000 DEGREES C. BECAUSE OF THE HIGH TEMPERATURES AND ASSOCIATED MATERIALS PROBLEMS, THESE SYSTEMS HAVE REACHED A COMMERCIAL STAGE ONLYIN THE CASE OF TANTALUM. THE IMPETUS TO DEVELOP ELECTROLY ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  7. INVESTIGATION OF TECHNIQUE FOR ISOLATING CHEMICAL WASTE SITES BY HYDRAULIC FRACTURING IN SOIL

    SBC: FOSTER-MILLER, INC.            Topic: N/A

    CONSTRUCTION OF EXTENSIVE IN-GROUND BARRIERS CAN BE USED FOR: ISOLATING CHEMICAL WASTE SITES, CONTROLLING SEEPAGE IN DEEP EXCAVATIONS, ISOLATING STRUCTURES FROM VIBRATION; AND CREATING CLOSED UNDERGROUND HYDROLOGIC RESERVOIRS. PRESENT TECHNIQUES ARE ONLY ABLE TO PRODUCE VERTICAL BARRIERS. THEREIS A TREMENDOUS NEED PARTICULARY IN THE CHEMICAL WASTE ISOLATION APPLICATION FOR BOTTOM BARRIERS AS WELL. ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  8. NOVEL ALL-DRY ORGANIC LITHOGRAPHIC RESIST

    SBC: Imet Corp.            Topic: N/A

    THE FEASIBILITY OF AN ALL-DRY LITHOGRAPHIC SYSTEM BASED ON THE SISLSESQUIOXANES IS EXAMINED. THESE ARE A CLASS OF 3-DIMENSIONAL ORGANOSILICON POLYMERS THAT CAN BE VACUUM DEPOSITED ON SILICON, EXPOSED BY E-BEAMS, X-RAYS, OR UV LIGHT AND DEVELOPED TO A FINE LINE RELIEF IMAGE SIMPLY BY HEATING. THE RESIST PATTERN WITHSTANDS OXYGEN PLASMA OR RIE ETECH CONDITIONS. THE ACHIEVMENT OF A SUITABLE ALL-DRY S ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  9. A TECHNIQUE FOR QUANTITATIVE REMOTE SENSING OF OZONE

    SBC: Millitech Corp.            Topic: N/A

    ALTHOUGH OZONE IS A MIRROR CONSTITUENT OF THE EARTH'S ATMOSPHERE, IT PLAYS A MAJOR ROLE IN DETERMINING THE CLIMATEOF OUR PLANET. ABSORPTION OF BIOLOGICALLY HARMFUL RADIATION BY OZONE IS ALSO NECESSARY TO MAINTAIN THE VIABILITY OF LIFE ON EARTH. THE ABILITY TO ACCURATELY MEASURE THE AMOUNT OF OZONE IN THE STRATOSPHERE IS A PRESSING NATIONAL NEED SINCE THERE ARE SERIOUS CONCERNS THAT MODERN INDUSTRI ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation
  10. ACHROMATIC MICROBEAMS FOR INTEGRATED CIRCUIT FABRICATION

    SBC: Nanobeam Corp            Topic: N/A

    CHROMATIC ABERRATION LIMITS THE CURRENT DENSITY WHICH CAN BE PRODUCED BY FOCUSED ION BEAM SYSTEMS UTILIZING ELECTROSTATIC LENSES. STUDY OF SYSTEMS COMPRISING A LIQUID METAL FIELD IONIZATION SOURCE AND AN ACHROMATIC QUADRUPOLE LENS DOUBLET OFFERS THE PROSPECT OF OVERCOMING THIS LIMITATION. RESEARCH OBJECTIVES IN PHASE I INCLUDE IMPLEMENTATION OF METHODS TO COMPENSATE DEFECTS OTHER THAN CHROMATIC AB ...

    SBIR Phase II 1986 National Science Foundation

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