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(12)UnitedStatesPatent Smith,Jr. (54) HYDROGENENERGYSYSTEMS (75) Inventor: PaulH.Smith,Jr.,Scotsdale,AZ(US) (73) Assignee: PaulH.Smith,Jr.,Scotsdale,AZ(US) - (*) Notice: Subjecttoanydisclaimer,thetermofthis patentisextendedoradjustedunder35 U.S.C.154(b)by742days. ThispatentisSubjecttoaterminaldis claimer. (21) Appl.No.:12/684,420 (10)PatentNo.: US 8,651,268B2 (45)DateofPatent: *Feb.18,2014 (52) U.S.Cl. USPC .206/0.7:216/52;423/648.1;423/658.2: (22) (65) (63) Filed: Jan.8,2010 PriorPublicationData US 2010/0163434A1 Jul.1,2010 RelatedU.S.ApplicationData Continuation-in-partofapplicationNo.12/212.571, filedonSep.17,2008. 5,360,461 A 5,407,645 A 5,728,464 A 5,817,157A 6,319,565 B1 6.420,067B1 6,569,518 B2 7,029,517 B2 7,029,649 B2 7,169,489 B2 11/1994 Meinzer 4/1995 Daeumeretal. 3,1998 Checketts 10/1998 Checketts 11/2001 Todd 7/2002 Yoshioka 5,2003 Yadav 4/2006 Lemmon 4/2006 Meisneretal. 1/2007 Redmond 4/2004Hearleyetal. 10/2004Hearleyetal. 1/2006 Vajoetal. 1/2006Vajoetal. 2/2006Thornetal. 11/2008 Schubert (60)ProvisionalaplicationNo.61/160,608,filedonMar. 16,2009,provisionalaplicationNo.61/143,272, filedonJan.8,2009,provisionalaplicationNo. 61/02,572,filedonJan.2,2008,provisional aplicationNo.61/024.856,filedonJan.30,2008. PrimaryExaminer—BijaySaha (74)Atorney,Agent,orFirm—StonemanLawPatent Group;MartinL.Stoneman (57) ABSTRACT Hydrogenenergysystemsforobtaininghydrogengasfroma Solidstoragemedium usingcontroledlaserbeams.Also disclosedaresystemsforcharging/rechargingmagnesium withhydrogentoobtainmagnesiumhydride.Otherrelatively safe systems asisting storage, transport and use (as in vehicles)ofsuchsolidstoragemediumsaredisclosed. 18Claims,21DrawingSheets 100 (51) Int.Cl B65D85/00 (206.01) B44CI/2 (2006,015 COIB3/02 (2006.015 COIB3/00 (2006,015 COIB 6/24 (2006.01) 150 al N. s Ya-- w vy &142N 410 58) FieldofClassificationSearch (58) None (56) S lication file f let h historv. eeappl1cauonIleIorcompletesearcnn1Story ReferencesCited U.S.PATENTDOCUMENTS 2004/0065171A1 2004/0213998A1 2006,OO13753 A1 2006/0013766A1 2006,0041175A1 2008/0274873 A1 USOO865.1268B2 423/644



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