Synthestech is an innovative new startup which wants to transform the way the process of transmutation of chemical elements into valuable isotopes and precious metals.
If successfully applied commercially it would offer a much way of transmuting less valuable chemical elements into precious metals. It would also pose much lower environmental dangers than the current high energy process that is being used. The process by which this would be done is called Low Energy Nuclear Reaction (LENR). Here we will look at LENR in a bit more detail and explain how investors can participate in its success through the Synthestech token generation event.
High Energy Nuclear Reactions
One of the most effective methods for the transmutation of chemical elements into precious metals and isotopes is High Energy Nuclear Reactions. This is a technology use by the nuclear industry which splits the atoms. The actual application of this method is uncommon however due to the high cost. In fact costs can range upwards fro $10,000 per gram for a finished product.
Which bring us to Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
A Little Background To Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
Most of the research that was being conducted into LENR was focused on generating energy. The idea of using this same technology for the transmutation for chemical elements was outside the remit of this research.
One of the first successful examples of the application of the technology for chemical transmutation was in 2004 being conducted by the researcher Domenico Cirillo. Cirillo showed that through the transmutation of metal at low energy within a confined plasma of water he was able to obtain osmium, gold and rhenium in microscopic amounts from tungsten.
The Synthestech Token Generation Event
The Synthestech Token Generation Event (TGE) will last from March 19th until May 13th 2018. In total up to 18 million STT tokens will be distributed during the TGE. By holding STT tokens the holders will be eligible for 38% of the profits that are made.
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