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32 Forestbrook Ct, Getzville, NY 14068    716-6399430   

Amherst, NY   

Lancaster, NY   

Buffalo, NY   

Work

Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Graduate or professional degree

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f***y@yahoo.com

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John K Ripa

Licenses:
License #: 7737 - Active
Category: Water Operator
Issued Date: Feb 27, 2002
Effective Date: Feb 27, 2002
Expiration Date: Dec 31, 2017
Type: Grade VI Water Operator

John W Ripa

Phone:
413-8874249
Licenses:
License #: 311203 - Active
Category: Health Care
Issued Date: Feb 2, 2015
Effective Date: Feb 2, 2015
Expiration Date: May 31, 2018
Type: Certified Nursing Assistant

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Chief Operating Officer At Castel

Position:
Chief Operating Officer at Castel Communications LLC
Location:
Buffalo/Niagara, New York Area
Industry:
Telecommunications
Work:
Castel Communications LLC since Mar 2010
Chief Operating Officer
Sodexo, 379,000 employees worldwide Sep 2000 - Mar 2010
Vice President Business Intelligence
Education:
Rochester Institute Of Technology, Canisius College 1967 - 1970
B.S. Chemistry, B.S. COmputer Science, Chemistry and Computer Sciences
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John Ripa

Location:
United States

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Us Patents

Low Overvoltage Hydrogen Cathodes

US Patent:
4354915, Oct 19, 1982
Filed:
Dec 17, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/104235
Inventors:
John Z. O. Stachurski - Amherst NY
Dirk Pouli - Williamsville NY
John A. Ripa - Lancaster NY
Gerald F. Pokrzyk - Lewiston NY
Assignee:
Hooker Chemicals & Plastics Corp. - Niagara Falls NY
International Classification:
C25B 900
C25B 1106
C25B 1110
US Classification:
204242
Abstract:
A cathode for use in electrolytic processes and a process for preparing such cathodes is described. The cathode has a cathodically active surface comprising a codeposit of a first metal selected from the group consisting of iron, cobalt, nickel, and mixtures thereof, a leachable second metal or metal oxide preferably selected from the group consisting of molybdenum, manganese, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, indium, chromium, zinc, their oxides, and combinations thereof, and a third metal selected from the group consisting of cadmium, mercury, lead, silver, thallium, bismuth, copper and mixtures thereof. Such cathodes are prepared by initially forming a codeposit of the three metals or metal oxides, and subsequently removing at least a portion of the second metal or metal oxide from the codeposit. The second metal or metal oxide component can be conveniently removed by leaching, utilizing an alkaline solution. A substantially reduced hydrogen cathode overvoltage is obtained when the present cathodes are utilized in an electrolytic cell.

Binding Layer For Low Overvoltage Hydrogen Cathodes

US Patent:
4421626, Dec 20, 1983
Filed:
Jul 20, 1981
Appl. No.:
6/284851
Inventors:
John Z. O. Stachurski - Amherst NY
Dirk Pouli - Williamsville NY
John A. Ripa - Lancaster NY
Gerald F. Pokrzyk - Lewiston NY
Assignee:
Occidental Chemical Corporation - Niagara Falls NY
International Classification:
C25B 1106
US Classification:
204290R
Abstract:
A cathode for use in electrolytic processes and a process for preparing such cathodes is described. The cathode comprises a cathodically active surface layer, an intermediate binding layer, and a substrate. The intermediate binding layer comprises a codeposit of a first metal selected from the group consisting of iron, cobalt, nickel, and mixtures thereof, and a second metal or metal oxide selected from the group consisting of molybdenum, manganese, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, indium, chromium, zinc, their oxides, and combinations thereof. The intermediate binding layer is applied to the substrate from an electroplating solution containing a soluble sulfur-containing compound, such as an alkali metal thiocyanate or thiourea. The surface layer is applied to the intermediate binding layer and comprises a codeposit of said first and second metals or metal oxides and a third metal selected from the group consisting of cadmium, mercury, lead, silver, thallium, bismuth, copper and mixtures thereof.

Method For Preparing Low Voltage Hydrogen Cathodes

US Patent:
4414064, Nov 8, 1983
Filed:
Nov 19, 1980
Appl. No.:
6/208357
Inventors:
John Z. O. Stachurski - Amherst NY
Dirk Pouli - Williamsville NY
John A. Ripa - Lancaster NY
Gerald F. Pokrzyk - Lewiston NY
Assignee:
Occidental Chemical Corporation - Niagara Falls NY
International Classification:
C25D 550
C25B 1110
H01M 488
B05D 512
US Classification:
204 37R
Abstract:
A cathode for use in electrolytic processes and a process for preparing such cathodes is described. The cathode has a cathodically active surface comprising a codeposit of a first metal selected from the group consisting of iron, cobalt, nickel, and mixtures thereof, a leachable second metal or metal oxide preferably selected from the group consisting of molybdenum, manganese, titanium, tungsten, vanadium, indium, chromium, zinc, their oxides, and combinations thereof, and a third metal selected from the group consisting of cadmium, mercury, lead, silver, thallium, bismuth, copper and mixtures thereof. Such cathodes are prepared by initially forming a codeposit of the three metals or metal oxides, and subsequently removing at least a portion of the second metal or metal oxide from the codeposit. The second metal or metal oxide component can be conveniently removed by leaching, utilizing an alkaline solution. A substantially reduced hydrogen cathode overvoltage is obtained when the present cathodes are utilized in an electrolytic cell.

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