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Swiss Bank Reserve, Gold-based Crypto Currency using Dapp Loom Network based LIB and IC Chip Precious Metal Recycling Stations using Supercritical CO2 Recovery Methods

Infinity Electrostatics is working on adapting the Infinity Supercritical CO2 Extraction system to work with LIB (Lithium Ion Battery) recycling. In addition, Infinity Turbine is also developing a similar Supercritical CO2 turbine system platform, that can recycle IC (integrated circuits) chip metal (silver, gold, cobalt, and others), while harvesting the waste heat for power. Part of this work is developing a Dapp (decentralized application) for blockchain Loom (or new industrial blockchain) network applications that will allow Supercritical CO2 recycling systems to purchase blockchain cryptocurrency with the recycled silver, gold, cobalt, lithium, and other precious and semi-precious metals. This new app …

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The Role of Sub- and Supercritical CO2 as Processing Solvent for the Recycling and Sample Preparation of Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes

The Role of Sub- and Supercritical CO2 as Processing Solvent for the Recycling and Sample Preparation of Lithium Ion Battery Electrolytes 1) This article investigates the potential for Sub and Supercritical CO2 to be used to extract specific constituents of lithium ion batteries (LIB). 2) Lithium ion batteries are quickly becoming the standard power source for a wide array of consumer electronics, including cell phones, laptops, cordless power tools, and most importantly hybrid and electric vehicles. 3) The lithium in lithium ion batteries, quote – has no actual substitute – unquote, and its, quote – demand might exceed the global …

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Infinity Turbine Announces Maker Space

Infinity Turbine is pleased to announce its new Maker Space, which allows personal-use turbine plans download and building. Infinity develops and produces waste-heat-to-energy turbine generators, which use industrial, solar, geothermal and other waste heat sources to make electricity.   http://www.infinityturbine.com/maker-space.html

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Infinity Electrostatics Introduces New Technology to Reduce Chiller Cost of Operation by 15 Percent or Greater

Infinity Electrostatics is pleased to announce new applications for its ground-breaking electrostatics development. Infinity has developed a technology that makes evaporation and condensation more efficient. Available to develop as a retrofit kit, this technology can improve the efficiency of heat transfer more than 15 percent, in any standard chiller or refrigeration device. The technology is passive, and uses the cycle of the working fluid to provide the motive energy to make the application work. The technology is currently available as a license on a yearly basis, for specific industries.

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