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February 1st, 2006

Chela Tech Enables Faster, Cheaper Recovery of Precious Metals

Abstract:
Chela Tech, Inc. announces a patented technical breakthrough at IBF's Nano Investment Forum 2006. The breakthrough is based upon the development of durable, nano “spiderwebs” linked to a sand substrate, with metal binding sites on the nano “spiderwebs”, resulting in proprietary “nano sand” with binding sites that host ligands.

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