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Spectrum Blue Steel partners with Famous Chemists for Procuring Profitable Applications from Garbage Using the Biosphere MKV and Electrostatic Precipitators
Date:12/2/2009

in mechanical engineering, as well as a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering, said in tonight's briefing that the result of the testing and the study is a mind-boggling gold mine of money. Mark Murad said, "because of the MRF system, and the Biosphere MKV, Spectrum Blue Steel will produce a Production rate of 7.5 million metric tons of carbon black per year that they can turn into Buckminster Fullerene molecules which are needed for flat screen televisions from Sony, RCA, Magnavox, etc. The price for the Buckminster Fullerene is $900 Per Gram.

Moreover he continued by saying, "the most money will be made when SBS opens its new building and cages the metal atoms inside of the Buckyball, which is my specialty." Mark said with the new offices and laboratory, Spectrum Blue Steel can cage the atoms inside the Buckyball and can sell it for Upwards of $4.4 Million Dollars per gram. Buckyball is used and needed for MRI imaging contrast agents which are made from the carbon black.

In conclusion, Mark said the fly ash from the Electrostatic precipitators of the biomass Power Plants may be sold for a profit of approximately $1200 dollars per metric ton where companies like Goodyear, BF Goodrich, and Firestone are fetching $1650 to 1,750 per metric ton - not to mention selling the Zeolite at a huge profit to the oil refinery catalysis industry who produce ZSM-5 and sell it in a range from $35,274 TO $110,231 per metric ton.

Spectrum Blue Steel is now transmitting plans for the custom made Van Der graph generator that will produce nanotubes, Buckyball ovens that will produce carbon Nano capsules.

In January, Spectrum is scheduled to move into its new building and will be purchasing certain types of equipment and expanding the facilities in order to maximize the profits for spectrum blue steel's partners. The items will include a Liquid Chromatography separator, High power Lasers, Electron Microscopes, Clean room facilities,
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