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We are a green carbon foundry, nanotechnology integration resource, and stack greening company, making various types of Carbon. For Nanotechnology, we have launched an Open Source Challenge for nano diamond futurists in this Blog. GC Green Carbon, is a post-combustion technology that uses heat and special catalysts to separate carbon dioxide into its constituent parts - carbon and oxygen.
In 2011 GC Green Carbon brought online itsforst two nanodiamond manufacturing systems. GC Green Carbon now offers a very pure technical grade diamond nano rod series and assists with innovation via its corporate web site blog. GC green Carbon has garnered a large twitter following in a short time from biotech industry members. The pricing of the DNRS is industry changing.
"We see possibilties from probes to arrays at the nano and quantum levels for these products" says Viva Cundliffe, Chief Technical Officer.
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