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S. No.TitleInventorsCountryApp.No.Filing DatePatent No.Patent Seal Date
1 Improvements in or relating to the preparation of membrane electrode assembly for Solid Polymer Electrolyte water electrolyser. S Mohan, INDIAIN 2004-00326 01-Jan-2004 001
2 Improvements in or relating to an electrochemical technology for the removal of arsenite and arsenate from drinking water and electrolytic cell therefore. S Vasudevan,    0064NF2008.
3 An improved electrochemical coagulation process for the removal of nitrate from drinking water and electrolytic cell therefor. S Vasudevan,  PCT-1088/RS 0092NF2009
4 Electrochemical cell for Electrolytic preparation of magnesium chlorate And a Process using the said cell. S Mohan, INDIAPAT/408/SIL 17-Feb-1989 172329
5 Electrolytic preparation of magnesium perchlorate and electrolytic cell there for S Mohan, INDIA552 / Del 27-Jun-1989 175459
6 A process for the electrolytic preparation of antimony trioxide S Mohan, INDIA441 / del / 91 21-Mar-1991 179738
7 An Improved Process For The Electrochemical preparation of Strontium chlorate S Mohan, S Vasudevan,    27-Jun-1991 182522
8 Improvements in or relating to the electrochemical preparation of aluminum Hydroxychlorides S Mohan, INDIAPAT/444/SIL 20-Feb-1991 183184
9 A process for the preparation of magnesium/meta dinitrobenzene organic primary reserve battery. S Vasudevan,    2069/DEL/1995.
10 An electrochemical method for the removal of arsenate from drinking water. S Vasudevan,  275NF2003 249319 (151 / DEL /
11 Improvements in or relating to the designing of double walled battery container with advanced insulation for magnesium organic battery. S Vasudevan,    320/Del/94
12 A method for manufacturing membrane electrode for solid polymer Electrolyte electrolyser and membrane electrode made there for. S Vasudevan,    326 / DEL / 2004.
13 Electrolytic preparation of magnesium perchlorate and electrolytic cell. S Vasudevan,    552/Del/89
14 An electrochemical method for the removal of arsenate from drinking water S Mohan, India & US11/019,943 23-Dec-2004 US 2005 167285 A1WO