Production and impact
In relatively short time since the discovery of Fullerenes in 1985, Carbon Nanotubes in 1991, and Graphene in 2004, the unique properties of Carbon based Nano-materials have attracted great interest, and promoted development methods for large-scale Industrial production.
Chemical and physical properties of these materials are determined by the structural geometry of the atoms and the type of chemical bounds within the molecules. The novel materials comprised Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs), Fullerenes and Graphene attracted interest from science and industry, since these materials exhibited a wide range of outstanding and novel features as promising materials for numerous application fields.
Structure of a Carbon atom
Spintone and electromagnetic technology
Our recent Quantum Physic technology is based on low energy and temperature levels. We have access to spherical Carbon, directly captured out of atmosphere, and transform it directly in a natural resonating wave, via weak electromagnetic transitions into Carbon Nano product such as Carbon Nanotubes, Carbon Nano-onions, Graphite and Graphene.
Carbon Nanotubes (CNTs)
Among other carbon-based Nano-materials, CNTs are one of the Carbon allotropes with exceptional properties suitable for technical applications. Carbon nanotubes are characterized by cylindrical structures with a diameter of several nanometers, consisting of rolled Graphene sheets. Carbon nanotubes may very in length, diameter, chirality (symmetry of the rolled graphite sheet) and the number of layers. There are two main groups: single walled nanotubes (SWCNTs) and multi-walled nanotubes (MWCNTs).
Carbon Nano Onions (CNOs)
A variant Nano Carbon product is a multi-layer Fullerene, known as Carbon Nano Onions (CNOs). The characteristic properties of CNOs are of great interest for a large number of applications. CNOs exhibit in general a high surface area to volume ratio. HRTEM visualize CNOs to study the mechanism of CNO formation and their structural properties and corroborates the basic Graphitic structure of the CNOs.
Graphite is a crystalline shape of the element Carbon with its atoms arranged in a hexagonal structure. It is the most stable form of Carbon in standard conditions. It is a good conductor of heat and electricity. Its high conductivity makes it useful in electronic products such as electrodes, batteries and solar panels.
De-carbonization and energy transition are “the same token”
The energy transition is a pathway toward transformation of the global energy sector from fossil-based to zero Carbon by the second half of this century. Spintone reduces energy-related CO2 emissions to limit climate change. At the same time we deliver Nano Carbon products to an array of industry sectors for renewable energy, storage and energy efficiency. We support the required potentially 90% Carbon reduction.