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Results of identification and validation, in the TEM Applied Science TUD, of Carbon Fullerenes produced by the Spintone CO2 and CH4 process of WeMove Sneek. This validation and identification report is done in cooperation of WeMove Sneek, ir. Jaap F.J. Verhage and Technical University Delft, dr. Wiel H. Evers. Ir. Jaap F.J. Verhage responsible for the whole validation of the Spintone CO2 and CH4 process of WeMove Sneek and Technical University of Delft, dr. Wiel Evers responsible for identification of the delivered produced Spintone Carbon Fullerenes.

Delft, July 5th 2019

Spintone

ir. Jaap F.J. Verhage; Spintone WeMove

Technical University Delft

dr. Wiel H. Evers; Applied Science. TEM: Jeol JEM-1400 plus

Index

  1. Spintone CO2 en CH4 technology
  2. Graphite, stacked layers of Graphene
  3. Multi Walled Nano Tubes (MWNT’s)
  4. Carbon Nano Onions (CNO’s)
  5. Conclusions

1. Spintone CO2 en CH4 technology

  1. IN: Direct Carbon Capture (CO2)
  2. Carbon Atoms (C)
  3. OUT: Nano Carbon products, C=C bonded structures
  4. Nano Carbon products accumulators

2. Graphite stacked layers of Graphene

3. Multi Walled Nano Tubes (MWNT’s)

Multi Walled Nano Tubes (MWNT’s)

4. Carbon Nano Onions (CNO’s)

Onion shape of multi layer Fullerenes

Conclusions

  1. All observed Fullerenes are 100% Carbon and electrically conductive
  2. All observed Fullerenes are Nano Carbon products
  3. All observed Fullerenes have a crystalline microstructure
  4. No dust or other contamination is observed, conform EDX-analysis
  5. All observed Fullerenes are produced by CO2 and CH4 in the Spintone process

Results from equivalent TEM microscopic validation tests can be found in Transmission Electron Microscopy measurements of Spintone products

References

Equivalent international TEM microscopic research on Carbon Nano Onions can be found in  Beilstein journal of Nano technology