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VULVOX now has a patent pending on our super performance materials

US 14488452 "Ultrahigh Strength Nanomaterials And Methods Of Manufacture."

The patent details a general method of manufacturing high strength ultrafine-grained nanostructured carbon and carbide materials. Coatings, films, nanopaper, nanopaper laminates, fibers, and extended objects can be manufactured by applying the disclosed methods. The nanomaterials are useful for additive manufacturing of rapid prototyped objects. A variety of nanoparticle starting materials are divulged including but not limited to double walled carbon nanotubes, fluorinated graphene nanosheets, silicon nanowires, and boron nanoplatelets. The nanomaterials and ultra high strength articles manufactured from them will have applications including laparoscopic instruments, structural composites, heat sinks, heat spreaders, electromagnetic interference shielding, ballistic protection, aerospace components and also; gas turbines, wind power turbines, rotor shafts, ultra lightweight high capacity electrical cables and high current electrodes.

LPPFusion is a company working on dense plasma focus (DPF) nuclear fusion. Dr. Eric Lerner the founder and President of LPPFusion helped plan and conduct experiments that showed DPF fusion reactors can attain world record breaking temperatures exceeding 1.2 billion degrees.

Neil Farbstein, President of Vulvox Nanobiotechnology Corporation suggested to LPPFusion joint development of a coating of CNT to protect the future beryllium electrodes in the Focus Fusion generator. While more research is needed, the extraordinary qualities of CNTs may help to reduce two sources of erosion- chemical and physical sputtering. In this process, high energy ions from the plasma hit against atoms in the electrode, knocking them out of the material one by one. Beryllium is eroded by sputtering, and CNTs may be still better at preventing sputtering. Due to their structure, with sheets of atoms surrounding tiny voids, CNTs can allow high energy ions to slow down gradually, dissipating their energy without knocking off so many atoms.

LPPFusion and Vulvox Nanobiotechnology Corporation will be seeking investors and government funding to investigate further CNT coatings of beryllium electrodes. You can find more details on the LPPFusion webpage at  http://lawrencevilleplasmaphysics.com/carbon-nanotubes-may-protect-electrodes/