The patents in this lot would be of interest to manufacturers in the lithium ion battery market as well as the water filtration and purification market.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) February 24, 2020
Ocean Tomo Transactions, LLC will auction a portfolio of assets that disclose the use of a porous particulate polymer material as a support for an active agent that is either organic or inorganic. The invention in patent auction lot 102 on the Ocean Tomo Bid-Ask Market, provides for a particulate polymer material produced as a micrometer-sized sphere with high adsorption capacity for both metal ions and small organic molecules. In addition, the particulate polymer material can be easily dispersed in all common thermoplastic materials and used as a template to produce hollow silica shells.
The patents in this lot have a priority date of May 5, 2004 and would be of interest to manufacturers in the $37.4 billion lithium ion battery market. The particulate polymer material technology would also be of interest to cosmetic and personal care suppliers, plastics additive producers, and companies in the $37.4 billion water filtration and purification market.
The versatility of these particles for commercial application is highlighted by the inventor, Dr. Daniel Lynch, “the patent covers the rare example of one-pot reaction that produces uniformly sized and shaped particles with unique absorption properties.”
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