[NewCandle] Rolled Al hydrolysis
NewCandleAdmin at ipdiscover.com
Mon Mar 19 15:27:08 EST 2007
You mentioned using GoreTex as a proton conductor?
Was the "shorting" due to plated out Zn?
I got a great chuckle over the company mission statement,
"We make the world measurably better". Not setting the
bar very high, huh? But it looks like they make a lot
of interesting stuff.
From: newcandle-bounces at ipdiscover.com
[mailto:newcandle-bounces at ipdiscover.com]On Behalf Of Jones Beene
Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 1:29 PM
To: New energy for the new world.
Subject: Re: [NewCandle] Rolled Al hydrolysis
Looks like the company has been born again...
> A promising potential solution to the membrane problem was a company in
> Boulder founded by one of the Coors clan. It was call "Protonetics" or
> something like that, but went belly up. Efficient proton conductor
> ceramics are the holy grail of water electrochemistry. I guess that
> Coors did not have his fair share of the brewery stock. There is much
> talk about nano materials, but it is generally impossible to get hold of
> them without major financing.
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