Organic carbon(Atomic carbon)
New carbon was born by pyrolyzing organic substances at a low temperature of 450℃ in a 99.9% nitrogen atmosphere.
Pyrolysis is performed in a nitrogen atmosphere excluding oxygen, so neither CO2 nor dioxins are produced.
Moisture, oxygen, and hydrogen are released into the air by pyrolysis of organic matter, and hydrocarbon gas is recovered as oil. The organic matter is thus pyrolyzed, leaving only “Organic carbon(Atomic carbon)”.
① Safe for living organisms
Mutagenicity tests and acute oral toxicity tests were conducted by public institutions, and it was determined to be safe for living organisms.
② Ultra-fine particles / Dissolve in water
There were about 34 million organic carbons dissolved in 1 cc of water as measured by a public agency. The atomic size is 0.16 nanometers, and the corresponding particles can be broken down into fine particles and can penetrate cells.
③ Strong soil reducing power
When dissolved in water, it is alkaline at pH 9 and possesses strong reducing power to neutralize acidic soil.
In 2011, Mt. Shinmoedake in Miyazaki Prefecture erupted, and the whole area of the prefecture was damaged significantly by volcanic ash. When the “Organic carbon(Atomic carbon)” aqueous solution was sprayed on the land where the volcanic ash was piled up, the other land was devastated by the volcanic ash, and only the land where the “Organic carbon(Atomic carbon)” solution was sprayed grew more grass than usual.