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EnviroDiamond Technologies
406-2067 Prospect Street
Burlington
Ontario
L7R 1Z3
Canada
[t] +1 (905) 333 6287
[f] +1 (905) 333 2797
Envirodiamond Technologies was created to manufacture a lucrative commodity, diamond dust, from the greenhouse gas CO2. Diamond dust is used mainly in the abrasives industry for cutting, grinding, lapping and polishing applications. The patented technology creates a detonatable mixture and lab analyses from three independent North American universities show the presence of sp3 carbon bonding
Cold Detonation physics - a process for the explosive conversion of CO2 into nanodiamond
25 April, 2011
Fine diamond material is used industry wide for applications ranging from coating tools and drill-bits to polishing and delivering chemotherapy drugs into the body. Diamond from CO2 may prove to be the least expensive way to make synthetic diamond dust and certainly the most environmentally friendly.
 
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