TRANSMISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPE PICTURES
These microscope pictures show the comparative size and shape difference of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder to other popular vendors’ Carbon 60 powder. Note: Greska produces its Carbon 60 powder in a spherical form over 4000 times smaller than all other Carbon 60 powders.
The columns represent different Carbon 60 powder manufacturers and as you go down the page the magnification gets greater and greater.
The Transmission Electroscope Pictures are courtesy of Transmission Electron Microscope Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines, College of Material Sciences.
ELEMENTAL ANALYSIS GRESKA’S CARBON-60 (99.48% CARBON AND 0.52% OXYGEN) (NO OTHER ELEMENTS, OR CONTAMINANTS)
The HAADF (High Angle Annular Dark Field Imaging), our sample showed all carbon except for 0.52% oxygen. No other trace elements showed up in Greska's Carbon-60 used to quantify the exact amount of each element.
These pictures show a comparison of the contaminants found in other producers of Carbon 60 powder as compared to Greska’s Carbon 60 powder. According to the Transmission Electron Microscope Laboratory at the Colorado School of Mines, College of Material Sciences, not one atom of another element (besides oxygen) was present as a contaminant in Greska’s Carbon 60 powder.
COMPARISON OF GRESKA’S CARBON 60 TO OTHER KNOWN CARBON 60 PRODUCTS
These three pictures below are Electron Microscope comparison pictures of Greska’s Carbon 60 powder as compared to other known Carbon 60 powders.
Note the similarities in molecule size, stringing pearl necklace like pattern and the more uniform spherical shape of Greska’s Carbon 60.