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Hariklia D Reitz

from Delmar, NY
Age ~54

Hariklia Reitz Phones & Addresses

  • Delmar, NY
  • Los Altos, CA
  • 20 Woodshire Dr, Freeland, MI 48623 (989) 607-2609
  • Menlo Park, CA
  • 1 Wild Flower Way, Clifton Park, NY 12065 (518) 383-8939
  • 43 Hollandale Ln, Clifton Park, NY 12065
  • Santa Clara, CA
  • Palo Alto, CA
  • Westfield, MA
  • Westfield, NJ
  • 20 Woodshire Dr, Freeland, MI 48623 (716) 825-5210

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Position: Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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Metal Vanadium Oxide Particles

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US Patent:
6391494, May 21, 2002
Filed:
May 13, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/311506
Inventors:
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Santa Clara CA
James P. Buckley - San Jose CA
Sujeet Kumar - Fremont CA
Yu K. Fortunak - Fremont CA
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Fremont CA
International Classification:
H01M 434
US Classification:
429219, 4292315
Abstract:
Laser pyrolysis can be used to produce directly metal vanadium oxide composite nanoparticles. To perform the pyrolysis a reactant stream is formed including a vanadium precursor and a second metal precursor. The pyrolysis is driven by energy absorbed from a light beam. Metal vanadium oxide nanoparticles can be incorporated into a cathode of a lithium based battery to obtain increased energy densities. Implantable defibrillators can be constructed with lithium based batteries having increased energy densities.

Formability Testing Of Small-Size Coatings And Materials

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US Patent:
6460417, Oct 8, 2002
Filed:
Aug 24, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/682355
Inventors:
Radislav Alexandrovich Potyrailo - Niskayuna NY
Bret Ja Chisholm - Clifton Park NY
Daniel Robert Olson - Voorheesville NY
James Norman Cawse - Pittsfield MA
Michael Matthew Laurin - Pittsfield MA
George Frederic Medford - Ballston Lake NY
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Clifton Park NY
Assignee:
General Electric Company - Schenectady NY
International Classification:
G01B 1116
US Classification:
73762, 73800
Abstract:
This invention relates to methods for testing elongation and cracking of coating arrays. The method includes simultaneously applying an elongating force to each of a plurality of coatings, and monitoring the coating integrity including cracks and thickness decrease in each coating. A relative performance characteristic of each coating is then determined based on a correlation between a detected crack and/or thickness decrease in the coating, and the corresponding elongating force.

Methods For Producing Lithium Metal Oxide Particles

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US Patent:
6482374, Nov 19, 2002
Filed:
Jun 16, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/334203
Inventors:
Sujeet Kumar - Fremont CA
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Santa Clara CA
Craig R. Horne - San Francisco CA
James T. Gardner - Cupertino CA
Ronald J. Mosso - Fremont CA
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Fremont CA
International Classification:
C01D 1500
US Classification:
4231795, 423593, 423599, 429224
Abstract:
Lithium manganese oxide particles have been produced with an average diameter less than about 250 nm. The particles have a high degree of uniformity. The particles can be formed by the heat treatment of nanoparticles of manganese oxide. Alternatively, crystalline lithium manganese oxide particles can be formed directly by laser pyrolysis. The lithium manganese oxide particles are useful as active materials in the positive electrodes of lithium based batteries. Improved batteries result from the use of uniform nanoscale lithium manganese oxide particles.

Composite Metal Oxide Particles

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US Patent:
6607706, Aug 19, 2003
Filed:
Nov 9, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/188768
Inventors:
Sujeet Kumar - Fremont CA
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Santa Clara CA
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Fremont CA
International Classification:
C01G 4512
US Classification:
423593, 423599, 429224
Abstract:
A powder of lithiated manganese oxide has an average particle diameter preferably less than about 250 nm. The particles have a high degree of uniformity and preferably a very narrow particle size distribution. The lithiated manganese oxide can be produce by the reaction of an aerosol where the aerosol comprises both a first metal (lithium) precursor and a second metal (manganese) precursor. Preferably, the reaction involves laser pyrolysis where the reaction is driven by heat absorbed from an intense laser beam.

Metal Vanadium Oxide Particles

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US Patent:
6749966, Jun 15, 2004
Filed:
Apr 1, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/113998
Inventors:
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Santa Clara CA
James P. Buckley - San Jose CA
Sujeet Kumar - Fremont CA
Yu K. Fortunak - Fremont CA
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA
Assignee:
NanoGram Devices Corporation - Fremont CA
International Classification:
H01M 458
US Classification:
4292312, 2525181, 4235948, 4292181, 429219, 4292311
Abstract:
Laser pyrolysis can be used to produce directly metal vanadium oxide composite nanoparticles. To perform the pyrolysis a reactant stream is formed including a vanadium precursor and a second metal precursor. The pyrolysis is driven by energy absorbed from a light beam. Metal vanadium oxide nanoparticles can be incorporated into a cathode of a lithium based battery to obtain increased energy densities. Implantable defibrillators can be constructed with lithium based batteries having increased energy densities.

Multiple Metal Oxide Submicron Particles

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US Patent:
7323158, Jan 29, 2008
Filed:
Sep 4, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/655322
Inventors:
Sujeet Kumar - Newark CA, US
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Clifton Park NY, US
Craig R. Horne - Fremont CA, US
James T. Gardner - San Jose CA, US
Ronald J. Mosso - Fremont CA, US
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA, US
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Milpitas CA
International Classification:
C01B 13/00
C01G 33/00
C01G 45/12
C01D 1/02
B01J 23/00
US Classification:
4235931, 4235948, 42359415, 423599, 502324, 502344, 502353
Abstract:
Collections of particles comprising multiple a metal oxide can be formed with average particle sizes less than about 500 nm. In some embodiments, the particle collections have particle size distributions such that at least about 95 percent of the particles have a diameter greater than about 40 percent of the average diameter and less than about 160 percent of the average diameter. Also, in further embodiments, the particle collections have particle size distribution such that effectively no particles have a diameter greater than about four times the average diameter of the collection of particles.

Zinc Oxide Particles

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US Patent:
7423512, Sep 9, 2008
Filed:
Mar 10, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/266202
Inventors:
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Santa Clara CA, US
Sujeet Kumar - Fremont CA, US
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA, US
Nobuyuki Kambe - Menlo Park CA, US
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Milpitas CA
International Classification:
H01C 7/10
US Classification:
338 21, 313496, 428402, 2523014 R, 423622
Abstract:
A collection of zinc oxide nanoparticles have been produced by laser pyrolysis. The zinc oxide nanoparticles have average particle diameters of less than about 95 nm and a very narrow particle size distribution. The laser pyrolysis process is characterized by the production of a reactant stream within the reaction chamber, where the reactant stream includes a zinc precursor and other reactants. The zinc precursor can be delivered as an aerosol.

Multiple Reactant Nozzles For A Flowing Reactor

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US Patent:
7507382, Mar 24, 2009
Filed:
Oct 3, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/970279
Inventors:
Hariklia Dris Reitz - Clifton Park NY, US
Sujeet Kumar - Newark CA, US
Xiangxin Bi - San Ramon CA, US
Nobuyuki Kambe - Menlo Park CA, US
Ronald J. Mosso - Fremont CA, US
James T. Gardner - Cupertino CA, US
Assignee:
NanoGram Corporation - Milpitas CA
International Classification:
B01J 19/08
US Classification:
4221863, 422186
Abstract:
A collection of zinc oxide nanoparticles have been produced by laser pyrolysis. The zinc oxide nanoparticles have average particle diameters of less than about 95 nm and a very narrow particle size distribution. The laser pyrolysis process is characterized by the production of a reactant stream within the reaction chamber, where the reactant stream includes a zinc precursor and other reactants. The zinc precursor can be delivered as an aerosol.
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