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(12)UnitedStatesPatent Smith,Jr. (54)HYDROGENENERGYSYSTEMS (71) Aplicant:PaulH.Smith,Jr.,Scotsdale,AZ (US) (72) Inventor: PaulH.Smith,Jr.,Scotsdale,AZ (US) (*)Notice: Subjecttoanydisclaimer,thetermofthis patentisextendedoradjustedunder35 U.S.C.154(b)by635days. (21) Appl.No.:13/949,199 (2)Filed: Jul.23,2013 HOIM 8/04 COIB 3/00 HOIM 8/065 HOIM 8/04082 COIB 3/04 (2016.01) (2006.01) (2016.01) (2016.01) (2006.01) (65) PriorPublicationData US2013/0306495A1 Nov.21,2013 RelatedU.S.AplicationData (52) U.S.Ci. CPC .F17C 3/00(2013.01);COIB 3/0026 (2013.01);COIB 3/0084 (2013.01);COIB 3/04 (2013.01);F17C 1/005(2013.01);HOLM 8/04201(2013.01);HOIM 8/04216(2013.01); HOLM 8/065(2013.01);YO2E60/321 (2013.01);YO2E60/327(2013.01);YO2E 60/364(2013.01);YO2E60/50(2013.01); Y1OT29/49(2015.01) (58) FieldofClasificationSearch None Seaplicationfileforcompletesearchhistory. (56) ReferencesCited U.S.PATENTDOCUMENTS 4,361,461 A * 11/1982 Chang.HO1L21/30621 (63) Continuation-in-partofaplicationNo.13/397,611, filedonFeb.15,2012,nowPat.No.8,651,270,which is a continuation-in-part of aplication No. 12/684,420, filed on Jan. 8, 2010, now Pat. No. 8,651,268, which is a continuation-in-part of aplicationNo.12/212,571,filedonSep.17,2008, nowPat.No.9,123,925. (60) ProvisionalaplicationNo.61/443,59,filedonFeb. 16,201,provisionalaplication No.61/160,608, filedonMar.16,2009,provisionalaplicationNo. 5,360,461A 11/1994Meinzer 5,407,645 A 4/1995 Daeumeretal. 5,728,464A 3/198Checkets (Continued) Primary Examiner — Colin W Slifka 204/192.32 61/143,272,filed on Jan.8,209,provisional aplicationNo.60/973,369,filedon Sep.18,2007, provisionalaplicationNo.61/022,572,filedonJan. 2,208,provisionalaplicationNo.61/024,856, filedonJan.30,2008,provisionalaplicationNo. (74)Atorney,Agent,orFirm —LodestarPatents,PLLC; Raymond J.E.Hall 61/675,295,filedonJul.24,2012. (51) Int.Cl. F17C 3/00 F17C 1/00 F02B 43/10 (2006.01) (2006.01) (206.01) 750 174 - -172 y . p -130 1142 165 162 160 144 |HAILAMATA MARMETOMATKATUHATI US009732906B2 (10)PatentNo.: US9,732,906B2 (45)DateofPatent: Aug.15,2017 ABSTRACT Hydrogen energy systems forobtaininghydrogen gas from asolidstoragemedium usingcontrolledlasers.Alsodis closedaresystemsforcharging/rechargingmagnesium with hydrogentoobtainmagnesium hydride.Otherrelatively safesystemsasistingstorage,transportanduse(asin vehicles)ofsuchsolidstoragemediumsaredisclosed. 23Claims,23DrawingShets (57) 7


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