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  • 150 Greenglade Ave, Worthington, OH 43085 (614) 846-6730
  • 3363 Lindstrom Dr, Columbus, OH 43228 (614) 274-4540
  • 4677 Barrington Club Dr, Columbus, OH 43220 (614) 457-9509
  • 1704 3Rd St, Columbus, OH 43212 (614) 485-9184
  • Eckerman, MI
  • Cincinnati, OH
  • Findlay, OH

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Position: Homemaker

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

Publications

Us Patents

Apparatus For Hydrogen Separation/Purification Using Rapidly Cycled Thermal Swing Sorption

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US Patent:
6824592, Nov 30, 2004
Filed:
Nov 15, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/298073
Inventors:
Bruce F. Monzyk - Delaware OH
Yong Wang - Richland WA
David P. VanderWiel - Columbus OH
Steven T. Perry - Galloway OH
Sean P. Fitzgerald - Columbus OH
Wayne W. Simmons - Dublin OH
Jeffrey S. McDaniel - Columbus OH
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH
Assignee:
Battelle Memorial Institute - Columbus OH
International Classification:
B01D 5304
US Classification:
96 4, 96126, 96146, 96154, 420900
Abstract:
The present invention provides apparatus and methods for separating hydrogen. In preferred embodiments, the apparatus and methods utilize microchannel devices with small distances for heat and mass transfer to achieve rapid cycle times and surprisingly large volumes of hydrogen separated in short times using relatively compact hardware.

Method For The Purification, Recovery, And Sporulation Of Cysts And Oocysts

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US Patent:
6984378, Jan 10, 2006
Filed:
Feb 25, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/701760
Inventors:
Harold N. Conkle - Columbus OH,
Joseph E. Schultz - Camarillo CA,
Scott J. Blonigen - Hilliard OH,
Fred H. Weber - Terre Haute IN,
David R. Kilanowski - Dublin OH,
Bruce Monzyk - Delaware OH,
Timothy M. Werner - Traverse City MI,
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH,
Hamish A. I. McArthur - Mystic CT,
Ted L. Tewksbury - Columbus OH,
Assignee:
Pfizer, Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
A61K 63/00
C12N 1/00
C12N 1/10
US Classification:
424 931, 435243, 4352581, 435947
Abstract:
A vaccine for in ovo vaccination against avian coccidiosis produced by a method including obtaining the coccidial oocysts from a fecal suspension, homogenizing the fecal suspension, separating the oocysts from the fecal debris by either salt flotation using sodium sulfate or gas flotation using air, sporulating the oocysts using hydrogen peroxide and air sparging, bleaching the sporulated oocysts, washing the bleached oocysts, concentrating the sterile washed oocysts and combining the concentrates of various species of coccidial oocysts, and producing a vaccine. The method in whole or in part can be applied to other kinds of encysted protozoa to produce vaccines for various types of animals.

Method For The Purification, Recovery, And Sporulation Of Cysts And Oocysts

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US Patent:
7229615, Jun 12, 2007
Filed:
Oct 12, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/248552
Inventors:
Harold N. Conkle - Columbus OH,
Joseph E. Schultz - Camarillo CA,
Scott J. Blonigen - Hilliard OH,
Fred H. Weber - Terre Haute IN,
David R. Kilanowski - Dublin OH,
Bruce Monzyk - Delaware OH,
Timothy M. Werner - Traverse City MI,
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH,
Hamish A. I. McArthur - Mystic CT,
Ted L. Tewksbury - Columbus OH,
Assignee:
Pfizer, Inc. - New York NY
International Classification:
A61K 63/00
C12N 1/00
C12N 1/10
US Classification:
424 931, 435243, 4352581, 435947
Abstract:
A vaccine for in ovo vaccination against avian coccidiosis produced by a method including obtaining the coccidial oocysts from a fecal suspension, homogenizing the fecal suspension, separating the oocysts from the fecal debris by either salt flotation using sodium sulfate or gas flotation using air, sporulating the oocysts using hydrogen peroxide and air sparging, bleaching the sporulated oocysts, washing the bleached oocysts, concentrating the sterile washed oocysts and combining the concentrates of various species of coccidial oocysts, and producing a vaccine. The method in whole or in part can be applied to other kinds of encysted protozoa to produce vaccines for various types of animals.

Decontaminant

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US Patent:
8034253, Oct 11, 2011
Filed:
Nov 14, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/718851
Inventors:
Bruce F. Monzyk - Jerome Township OH,
Russell R. Greene - West Jefferson OH,
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH,
John A. McArthur - Westerville OH,
F. Michael Von Fahnestock - Columbus OH,
Steven C. Lorence - Liberty Township OH,
Michael J. Murphy - Dublin OH,
Brian J. Blackstone - Pickerington OH,
Assignee:
Battelle Memorial Insitute - Columbus OH
International Classification:
C09K 3/00
A62D 3/00
A62D 9/00
A62D 3/30
A62D 3/38
C01B 7/00
C01B 11/00
C01B 13/00
C01B 15/00
C11D 3/39
C02F 1/00
C01C 1/00
C01G 49/00
C01G 49/02
US Classification:
25218211, 25218625, 2521861, 588313, 588320, 588405, 4235941, 423632
Abstract:
Method and composition for decomposing and detoxifying chemical warfare agents, organic toxic compounds (e. g. , pesticides), and for removal of contaminants in materials including fuels. The method and composition are based on ferrate (VI). The ferrate is typically applied to a contaminated surface or volume with a phase transfer catalyst and/or with a carrier.

Method For Producing Ferrate (V) And/Or (Vi)

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US Patent:
8449756, May 28, 2013
Filed:
Jan 18, 2005
Appl. No.:
10/597106
Inventors:
Bruce F. Monzyk - Town Creek AL,
James K. Rose - Millersport OH,
Eric C. Burckle - Dublin OH,
Andrew D. Smeltz - West Lafayette IN,
Dennis G. Rider - Baltimore OH,
Chad M. Cucksey - Worthington OH,
Timothy O. Clark - Lancaster OH,
Assignee:
Battelle Memorial Institute - Columbus OH
International Classification:
C25B 1/00
US Classification:
205543, 205548
Abstract:
An undivided electrochemical cell. The electrochemical cell includes a housing defining an undivided chamber, the housing having one electrolyte inlet and at least two electrolyte outlets; an anode in the chamber; a cathode in the chamber; and an electrolyte in the chamber, wherein the anode and the cathode are not gas diffusion electrodes. The invention also involves a method of operating an electrochemical cell, and methods for making ferrate(VI).

Method Of Operating An Electrochemical Device Including Mass Flow And Electrical Parameter Controls

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US Patent:
2008020, Aug 28, 2008
Filed:
Sep 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
12/088476
Inventors:
James H. Saunders - Worthington OH,
Bradley C. Glenn - Hilliard OH,
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH,
International Classification:
H01M 8/04
US Classification:
429 13
Abstract:
This invention relates to a method of operating an electrochemical device. The method includes controlling the mass flow of fuel to the device so that the mass flow varies during the operation of the device. In combination with the mass flow control, the method also includes controlling an electrical parameter of the device so that the electrical parameter varies during the operation of the device. Another embodiment includes a method of operating a fuel cell using a flow of fuel or oxidant that contains a contaminant, and using a controller to control the flow and an electrical parameter of the fuel cell. A further embodiment includes a method of operating an electrochemical device using reactants that include a reactant causing an undesired electrochemical reaction, and using a controller to control the flow of reactants and an electrical parameter of the device.

Carbon Nanotube Films And Methods Of Forming Films Of Carbon Nanotubes By Dispersing In A Superacid

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US Patent:
2011025, Oct 13, 2011
Filed:
Oct 27, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/739956
Inventors:
Amy M. Heintz - Dublin OH,
Steven M. Risser - Reynoldsburg OH,
Bryon P. Moore - Hilliard OH,
Joel D. Elhard - Hilliard OH,
Chad M. Cucksey - Columbus OH,
Assignee:
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE - Columbus OH
International Classification:
D02G 3/00
B29D 7/01
B82Y 99/00
US Classification:
428401, 264212, 977742
Abstract:
A novel method of forming thin films of carbon nanotubes (CNTs) is described. In this method, carbon nanotubes are dispersed in a superacid solution and laid down on a substrate to form a conductive and transparent CNT network film. The superacid, in its deprotonated state, is an anion that has a permanent dipole moment. The superacid solution may be a pure superacid or have additional solvent. Preferably, the superacid solution does not contain an oxidizing agent. Novel, highly conductive and transparent CNT network films are also described.

Ferrate(Vi)-Containing Compositions And Methods Of Using Ferrate(Vi)

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US Patent:
2011026, Nov 3, 2011
Filed:
Mar 10, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/529540
Inventors:
Bruce F. Monzyk - Delaware OH,
Michael J. Murphy - Dublin OH,
Chad Cucksey - Columbus OH,
F. Michael von Fahnestock - Columbus OH,
Andrew J. Savage - Dublin OH,
David N. Clark - Los Lunas NM,
Assignee:
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE - Columbus OH
International Classification:
A61K 8/19
C11D 3/60
A61K 8/21
A61K 33/26
C11D 17/00
A61Q 11/00
A61Q 5/00
A01N 59/16
A01P 7/04
A62D 3/33
A61C 19/06
A46B 9/04
B65D 85/00
B08B 9/027
B65D 25/00
C11D 7/02
US Classification:
424 52, 424 49, 510191, 510278, 510276, 510109, 510508, 424646, 510441, 424 701, 510100, 588315, 433 80, 433 89, 151671, 2065241, 137 1504, 220500
Abstract:
Compositions containing ferrate(VI) are disclosed. Also, methods are disclosed that utilize ferrate(VI).
Chad M Cucksey from Worthington, OH, age ~49 Get Report