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05 Jan 2022

Demonstration of Graphene (HRCM) to Indian Scientific delegation led by Dr.Vijay Bhatkar

On 24th July 2013 at St.Petersburg Russia, Prof.Petrik shows the demonstration how to produce Graphene, to Indian Scientific Delegation Led by DR.Vijay Bhatkar (Chariman, Board of Governors, Indian Institute of Technology, DelhiChairman, ETH Research Lab, PuneFormer Member, Scientific Advisory Committee, Government of India. Former Executive Director of C-DAC, Pune. Founder Chancellor India International Multiversity. Chancellor, D.Y. Patil University, Kolhapur, Maharashtra, India). The delegation visited Russia in representation of WFR President Mr.Nilesh Neel. WFR is working in collaboration with Prof. V. I. Petrik. The gist of the invitation was to introduce to the breakthrough foundations and the applications created by the Russian scientist Prof.V.I.Petrik. Other respected member delegates are 1.Dr.Shiveram Bhoje, Former Director, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalakand, Department of Atomic Energy, Government of India. 2.Dr.S.H.Pawar, Vice Chancellor, D Y Patil University, Kolhapur. 3.Dr.Satish Wate, Director, NEERI, CSIR, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India. 4.Mr.P.J.Rangari, Chief Engineer, MIDC, Nanded, Maharashtra, India. 5.Mr.Elvis P. Gomes, Director & Additional Secretary, Urban Development, Government of Goa. 5.Mr.Nilesh Neel, Poet, Entrepreneur and Coordinator. Founder, President & Director Original 21st Century Discoveries Pvt. Ltd.Founder, President & Director, Water Freedom Revolution Industries Pvt. LtdFounder, President & Director, Griffiannayza Architecture Pvt. Ltd.Founder, President & Director, IRSPBB. Founder& Chairman,
Prof.Petrik produce Graphene (HRCM) by drop of unique liquid Cl2O7. He produces Graphene (HRCM) from graphite by the method of cold destruction of carbon-laminated compounds into carbon clusters, graphene.
Graphene Cl2O7 is produced by a special reaction on NaCl in platinum electrolyzers. A retardant is added to Cl2O7 to slow down the reaction by avoiding explosion. The reaction is autocatalytic chain reaction. It was claimed that Prof. Petrik only knows this method of Graphene production. Carbon material produced by cold destruction of stratified carbon compounds, mostly consisting of graphenes and having high activity to pressing is named High Reactivity Carbon Mixture [HRCM]. It consists of graphenes, various web type carbon structures in rolls, nanotubes, branching nanotubes, nanofractals, etc, which form homogenous carbon mass as a result of chaotic concretion possessing tremendous specific surface and high chemical activity. Abnormal sorption properties of HRCM can be explained by the fact that carbon atoms at the graphene periphery are not saturated have increased chemical activity and can be bound to many compounds in order to compensate free valence. Graphene has unique properties -very high sorption ability, very light 2 kg/m3, high thermal conductivity, high electrical conductivity very strong- 200 times steel.
Prof.Petrik informed that industrial method for production of graphenes is patented in 56 countries, including the USA and countries of the European Union. The method enables to produce HRCM in industrial quantities under field conditions without necessity of special hardware. It was claimed that HRCM is a new substance of a certain class having no analogues in the world by physical, chemical, functional and economic characteristics as well as by ecological purity, versatility and variety of spheres of application.
Prof. Petrik highlighted that the following range of application of graphenes (HRCM Sorbent) have been developed and protected by the patent as under: 1.Water purification.2.Cleaning of water surfaces and grounds from hydrocarbons. 3.Purification of blood plasma. 4.Decontamination of toxic waste and destruction of chemical warfare agents. 5.Medical treatment of skin diseases. 6.Decontaminating bandages. 7.Localization and extinguishing of fires of toxic and combustible fluids. 8.Removal of polyaromatic hydrocarbons from tobacco smoke. 9.Decontamination of liquid radioactive waste. 10.Separation of hydrogen isotopes. 11.Air cleaning from viruses. 12.Production of decontaminating enterosorbent.

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