U.S. Patent No. 10,428,432 Catalyst Layer and Electrolyzers issued to Dioxide Materials

Dioxide Materials’ latest patent, U.S. Patent No. 10,428,432, claims the use of a catalyst layer for an electrochemical device that comprises a catalytically active element and an ion conducting polymer that includes positively charged cyclic amine groups and polymers or copolymers of styrene.  We had previously shown that ionic liquids containing cyclic amines can be used to enhance electron transfer … Read More

Sustainion® membranes and related ionomers by Dioxide Materials offer Researchers new possibilities.

Sustainion®, an alkaline stable imidazole-based anion exchange membrane, and related ionomers by Dioxide Materials are enabling the advancement of new and improved electrochemical processes to operate at commercially viable operating voltages, current efficiencies, and current densities. Learn how they are being used by researcher across the world. In Molecular electrocatalysts can mediate fast, selective CO2 reduction in a flow cell, Curt Berlinguette and coworkers found that … Read More

U.S. Patent 10,396,329 “BATTERY SEPARATOR MEMBRANE AND BATTERY EMPLOYING SAME” Issued to Dioxide Materials

U.S. Patent 10,396,329 “BATTERY SEPARATOR MEMBRANE AND BATTERY EMPLOYING SAME” was issued on August 27, 2019 to Dioxide Materials.  It claims a battery comprises a separator membrane comprising an ion-conducting polymeric composition comprising a copolymer of Ra-Rs and Rb. Ra and Rb are each selected from the group consisting of linear alkyls, branched alkyls, cyclic alkyls, heteroalkyls, aryls, heteroaryls, alkylaryls, … Read More

Dioxide Materials’ Patent on anion conducting membranes issues in Australia

Australian Patent No 2017246207        Australian Patent Number 2017246207 describes granted claims of U.S. Patent 9,849,450. An anion-conducting polymeric membrane comprises a terpolymer of styrene, vinylbenzyl-Rs and vinylbenzyl-Rx. Rs is a positively charged cyclic amine group. Rx is at least one constituent selected from the group consisting Cl, OH and a reaction product between an OH or Cl and a … Read More

Dioxide Materials introduces water electrolyser technology

As published by By Molly Burgess on Jul 18, 2019 Water electrolysers are being developed as a method of storing renewable energy as a route to creating hydrogen for fuel cell cars as well as for the production of renewable fuels and chemicals. Alkaline water electrolysers (AWE) are particularly popular as they can operate using base metal catalysts instead of needing precious group metal … Read More

The Partnership: Turning Carbon Dioxide Into Useful Products

ARPA-E funded two separate companies – LanzaTech and Dioxide Materials – working on two separate technologies that ultimately joined forces to target the same problem: how do we make use of carbon dioxide instead of releasing it to the atmosphere? The partnership between these two teams has resulted in a potentially game-changing development in how we convert and utilize a … Read More

Dioxide Materials’ Patent on Catalyst Layers & Electrolyzers Issues in Australia

Dioxide Materials is paving the way to cost-effective routes to sustainable chemicals and fuel production. Dioxide Materials’ Australian Patent Number 2016401931 describes the granted claims of U.S. application Serial No. 15/158,227, which issued as U.S. Patent No. 9,945,040 on April 17, 2018. This patent claims the use of ionomers containing cyclic amines for fuel cells and, CO₂ and water electrolyzers.  … Read More

Proven Technology Poised to Meet the World’s CO2 and Hydrogen Challenge

Dioxide Materials aspires to be the world leader in the production of renewable gasoline from water, CO2 and renewable energy. By way of background, the world urgently needs a way to avoid catastrophic climate change, but solutions have not been forthcoming. Presently, most of the world’s effort in mitigating greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions has been concentrated on reducing emissions from … Read More

New electrochemical process to recycle CO2

Read the Gas World article By Molly Burgess 9 May 2019 Research scientists at Dioxide Materials in Boca Raton, Florida have developed a novel electrochemical technology that converts carbon dioxide (CO2), water and renewable energy to produce green fuels and chemicals to enable a low carbon future. The technology can be used to convert CO2 into many products, meeting numerous customer … Read More

Dioxide Materials is a phase 1 winner of Nasa’s CO2 Conversion Challenge

Dioxide Materials has been named a phase 1 winner of Nasa’s CO2 Conversion Challenge. The challenge encouraged many companies to compete by presenting their plans for developing systems that can convert CO2 into molecules to power bio-manufacturing in space. Dioxide Materials holds many patents on CO2 conversion technology and is highly focused on enabling future Martian explorers to have the opportunity to … Read More