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John Raymonda Phones & Addresses

  • Phoenix, NY
  • 676 Ellicott Creek Rd, Buffalo, NY 14228
  • Williamsville, NY
  • Amherst, NY
  • Wilmington, DE
  • Dallas, TX
  • Fort Hood, TX
  • Cold Brook, NY
  • Northville, NY

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Phones & Addresses
John Raymonda
Owner
J R S
Repair Services
676 N Ellicott Crk Rd, Buffalo, NY 14228
(716) 510-1436

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For The Initiation Of Chemical Reactions

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US Patent:
4012301, Mar 15, 1977
Filed:
Jul 28, 1975
Appl. No.:
5/599512
Inventors:
Joseph W. Rich - East Aurora NY
John W. Raymonda - Williamsville NY
Assignee:
Calspan Corporation - Buffalo NY
International Classification:
B01J 110
B01K 100
US Classification:
2041571R
Abstract:
Laser radiation is employed to initiate and promote chemical reactions by creating states of molecular vibrational mode excitation exceeding those appropriate to the translational temperature of the medium in one or more of the reactants. In favorable cases, vibrational excitation in a certain vibrational normal mode of a reactant will act to accelerate the rate of a desired chemical reaction. The reactants can be pressurized so that their vibration-rotation spectrum can be broadened to the point that laser radiation can be absorbed without the need for exact coincidence between a line or lines of the spectrum of the reactant and that of available lasers. Provision can be made for isolation and analysis of products, recycling of unused reactants, temperature control of reactants and real-time monitoring of the state of vibrational excitation of the reactants.

Method And Apparatus For The Continuous Generation Of Metal Vapor

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US Patent:
4129835, Dec 12, 1978
Filed:
Nov 26, 1976
Appl. No.:
5/745155
Inventors:
John W. Daiber - Williamsville NY
John W. Raymonda - Williamsville NY
Assignee:
Calspan Corporation - Buffalo NY
International Classification:
H01S 3095
US Classification:
331 945G
Abstract:
The generation of visible or ultraviolet chemical laser radiation is achieved by the vapor phase combustion of metal atoms. The vapor is formed in a precombustor and metal vapor is extracted from the precombustor and fed via a supersonic nozzle to the laser cavity where it is reacted with an oxidant to produce excited molecules and thereby lasing.
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