The CO2 concentration in the atmosphere is still rising. The result: a warming earth. There are hardly any techniques for processing CO2. Spintone offers a cleantech solution to filter Carbondioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) from the air and convert it into raw materials such as Graphene. Graphene is a superconductor and an important raw material for batteries and accumulators.

How Spintone works

A Spintone converter can generate greenhouse gases (conditioned light) converting to usable Nano material. This is done based on Quantum mechanical (QM) processes, based on this vortex (spin) and vibration frequency. This one cleantech technology supports nature, hardly costs energy and is ideal for places with a lot of CO2 is released, such as cattle sheds, airports and industry.

Based on Quantum physics

The Spintone technology is based on Quantum physics: the science that deals with the behavior of matter and light at the atomic and subatomic level. The Spintone QM technology is developed in perspective that all matter, including gases, are conditioned by light. Greenhouse gases such as CO2 and CH4 are absorbed into the atmosphere. Through the different stages from sunlight (so-called pressure zones) these are “rolled up” into conditioned light particles. These reverse electromagnetically their polarity axis.

In a series of articles we unfold details of our scientific paradigm QUBU

Spintone in 3 steps

The Spintone converter can convert Carbondioxide (CO2) and Methane (CH4) filtering out of the air and converting it into Graphenes in 3 steps. Every step has a QM light cone.

Step 1

The first QM light cone attracts CO2. The first QM light cone is physical and outward facing. The physical cone is arranged so that it is an opposite builds up a light basket that extends infinitely. Depending on the layout of the physical cone has the built up light basket as property that this electromagnetic information for one contains a certain element. Currently for Carbon (C).

Step 2

The second QM light cone takes care of from the obtained Carbon particles to form SP2 Carbon atoms. This one SP2-bonded Carbon atoms accumulate in the Spintone container. This process is researched using a TEM by the Rijks University Groningen (RUG).

Step 3

The third QM light cone is the conversion of atoms into a raw material for various applications. At the greenhouse gas capture is this Graphene-like Nano materials, such as Graphite, Multi Wall Carbon Nano Tubes (MWCNT) and Carbon Nano Onions (CNOs). A Spintone container is able to to mass produce these materials.

Solution for polar pollution

With this new Quantum mechanical technology. Spintone contributes contribute to a solution for the “polar pollution“, as is recent established by the IPCC, the UN organization that is responsible for assessing science about it climate change.

Applications of Carbon Nano materials (NCPs)

In addition to their electrical properties, NCPs with Graphene parts, these materials have unique thermal and mechanical properties. This makes NCPs extremely suitable for the development of new materials. For example, NCPs in the form of Graphene has the following properties:

  1. A mechanical tensile strength of 400 times stronger than steel
  2. Very lightweight, with a density of one-sixth that of steel
  3. A thermal conductivity better than that of diamond
  4. A very high aspect ratio, namely greater than 1000. In they are extremely thin in relation to their length
  5. A point surface near the theoretical limit. The smaller it point surface, the more concentrated the electric field and the greater the field improvement factor, like Graphite, they are very chemically stable and resistant virtually any chemical impact, unless they occur simultaneously exposed to high temperatures and Oxygen – one property that makes them extremely resistant to corrosion
  6. Their hollow interior can be filled with different nanomaterials, separating and shielding them of the environment. A property that is extremely useful for nano medical applications such as drug delivery

All these qualities make NCPs ideal candidates for electronic devices, (electro) chemical and biosensors, transistors, electron field emitters, white light sources, hydrogen storage cells, cathode ray tubes (CRTs), electrostatic discharge (ESD) and electric shielding applications.

Batteries and hyper capacitors

New NCP materials are ideally suited for application batteries and hyper-capacitors. Arranged by technological ripeness, Spintone applies the following uses.

1. Electrodes Li-Ion batteries

NCP materials are ideally suited for so-called application in the transfer layer of electrodes in Li-Ion batteries. The material is fine in structure and has a conductivity rating six times higher than copper, and increases thus the efficiency of a Li-Ion battery.

2. Solid State Capacitors

This material is particularly suitable for it forms of so-called Solid State Capacitors. Different from the well-known
supercapacitors, do not become an electrolyte herein applied. Advantages of this are a lower weight and the omission of the main source of degradation in use.

Spintone has its own design for a capacitor, acting as an accumulator of electrons, patent pending and in conversation with Dutch parties on this terrain. This also applies to the application of its NCP material in batteries.

3. Atomic Graphene Layers

It will eventually become part of Spintone’s technological roadmap also possible, instead of NCPs, one or more graphene layers to apply. This material outperforms NCPs in electrica properties. It does require further development production process. Spintone has the outline of this production process mapped out.

List of definitions

Atomic level

Regarding the atoms.

Greenhouse gases Carbon dioxide CO2 and Methane CH4

Greenhouse gases are gases in the earth’s atmosphere or one another planet with the ability to absorb heat radiation and to release gradually in all directions. This makes them wear contributes to the retention of heat in the atmosphere and with it to increase and maintain the equilibrium temperature. This is called the greenhouse effect.

CO2 sources

Carbon Nano Products CNP’s

CNP is a group of carbon-based products such as graphene, graphite, multi and single wall carbon nanotubes and Carbon Onions. The latter have been distinguished as a product and shorter
detailed in the scientific review on the site! divAbstract.

When reaching the “Proof of Principle” of the Spintone CO2 container, determined by TEM research TU Delft, we make the following Nano Carbon Products (NCPs)’:

1. Nano Carbon Onions (CNO)

2. Graphite plates (stacked Graphene layers)

3. Multi-Walled Nanotubes (MWNT)

Pressure zones

Air pressure is the hydrostatic pressure that air exerts on objects, liquids and gases that are in the Earth’s atmosphere located. Air pressure exists because air is under the influence of the gravity of the earth and therefore weight. Air pressure works in all directions.

Electromagnetic radiation

Electromagnetic radiation is the propagation of space electric and magnetic oscillations (vibrations). Light is a form from electromagnetic radiation. The word “electromagnetic” reflects the phenomenon electric fields and magnetic fields, as they flow over time change, always act together. A changing electric field is always accompanied by an alternating magnetic field, and other way around.

The special thing about electromagnetic radiation is that there is none medium is needed in which the waves propagate. In unlike sound, for example, which does not exist in a vacuum can propagate, light can pass through an otherwise totally empty one moving space. Light behaves as one transverse wave and therefore shows polarization.

Conditioned light

Conditioning is a collective term for the way in which matter learns to adapt to the environment. Cconditioning shows certain behavior after matter is exposed to a certain stimulus.


Mixing different atom (carbon) orbitals to hybrid orbitals.

Light cone

In special and general relativity theory, a light cone is the path that is a flash of light from a single event (located at a single point in space and a single moment in time) and traveling in all directions, would traverse spacetime.


In electrostatics, polarization means the creation of one electric field due to a potential difference.

Polarity axis

The anode (Greek: άνοδος, way up, ascent) in an electric or electronic device or component is the pole or electrode of it from which the electrical current flows to the device or component
flows in. The opposite pole is called the cathode and is thus the pole or electrode where the electric current enters it device or component.

In an electron tube, the anode is the electrode on which it is electron bombardment takes place and so the electrons leave the tube exit, which means that the current enters the tube there.

Polarity compensation

Greenhouse gases, in the form of conditioned light particles, together form a polarity of a large +. Nature seeks this compensation to regain equilibrium. This equilibrium is now found by ocean absorption (warming) and melting ice caps. These are – polarities. By betting from Light Cones we offer nature to compensate warming oceans and melting ice caps and others ability to find natural balance. Namely the drain of + polarity.

Solid State Capacitors

Solid state devices are determined by the conduction properties where the physical layer is the movement of electrons and holes that carry current. Although diodes and caps both are considered passive devices capacitors defined by the electrical insulating properties as the primary function.

SP2 bonded carbon atoms

SP2 hybridization is the mixing of its atomic orbitals with two p. Atomic orbitals. The newly formed hybrid orbitals are known as SP2 hybrid orbitals. The resulting hybrid orbitals have about 33.33% of s characters and about 66.66% of p. Character. This is because a total of three are atomic orbitals in the hybridization are involved and the percentages are of the s and p characteristics.

In quantum physics, an orbitals is the area around one atomic nucleus in which electrons with a certain energy are located with 90% probability.

In classical physics, such as Bohr’s atomic model, the electrons are located in a series of spherical shells around the atomic nuclei.

Sub-atomic level

A subatomic particle is a particle that is smaller than the atom. Some subatomic particles can be part of atoms, others only appear in stars, in the laboratory, or in others extraordinary circumstances formed.


Transmission electron microscopy (TEM, also an abbreviation for the instrument is a transmission electron microscope) a microscopy technique in which an electron beam passes through a specimen is sent to form an image.

Vibration frequency (tone)

Sound propagates in the form of sound waves. The speed with which this happens, the speed of sound, depends on the medium in which the sound wave travels and factors such as
temperature, humidity and state of motion of the medium, such as with a possible headwind.

A sound wave is characterized, among other things, by its vibration number or frequency. The higher the frequency, the more waves per unit of time and per unit length, the higher the perceived tone. Frequencies audible to humans lie between 20 and 20,000 Hz. Higher frequencies (so shorter waves) up to 800 MHz is called ultrasonic vibrations. Even higher frequencies are called hypersonic vibrations.


A Hyper-capacitor is also called a supercapacitor. A super capacitor is a capacitor with an exceptional high electrical capacity from 1 to many farad, but with relative high leakage current. The maximum voltage per element is only about 2.7 V. The super capacitor fills the gap between one electrolytic capacitor and a rechargeable battery. He is a further development of the electric double layer capacitor. In supercapacitors, the electrolyte is the conductive compound between two electrodes, while in electrolytic capacitors the electrolyte is the cathode and thus forms the second electrode.

Vortex (spin)

A vortex or whirl is a rotating movement in a fluid. A fluid is a fluid. It is a medium that comes with a constant temperature and pressure for a specific mass and volume has, but no fixed form. This may include gases, liquids, plasmas, and to some extent plastic solid fabrics.

A vortex can be two or three dimensional. Two-dimensional are stable, while three-dimensional are unstable. Vortices can occur as a mono-, bi- or tripolar vertebra.