Re: Renishaw Confirms DLC powder is Radiation Insensitive
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> Happy Holidays,
> Chris Arnold
> Renishaw Confirms Powder is actually Radiation Insensitive Diamond
> Like Carbon
> In July 2004, my partner and I were invited to visit Renishaw
> Instruments in Hoffman Estates to have the Synthetic Diamond Powder
> analyzed. The scientist performed several tests on two (2) of our
> samples. WE were shown a case of computer disks that were coated
> Diamond Like Carbon (DLC), and he explained DLC film is the knownhave
> form of DLC, not powder. After a half an hour of testing, the
> scientist reluctantly told us the samples were indeed DLC, but the
> samples also had very high fluorescence which he found - unusual. He
> asked to keep the samples to perform photo bleaching of one hour
> to "Calm Down" the fluorescence and also asked for permission to
> them further analyzed at the FBI lab under a UV Raman system, toresults
> which I agreed. By On August 19th, 2004 - he did not have the
> of either test.a
> August 23rd, 2004 - About 1.5 months after dropping the samples off
> for the one hour test, the scientist advised me there was no
> significant change when our DLC samples when subjected to "Photo
> Bleaching" under normal Raman lasers, however he refused to provide
> report stating exactly what was discovered and UV Raman spectrumfrom
> the FBI lab could not be provided.
> Information provided from this scientist by email confirms previous
> test results performed in Hong Kong, whereby the material was found
> to be "Radiation Insensitive" under the TEM w/EELS electron beam. I
> was also told the EELS electron beam is more aggressive than the
> Raman laser, therefore resistance to Photo Bleaching under Raman
> Laser should be expected.
> Radiation Insensitive Synthetic Diamond has instant Military and
> Defense applications. Produced with Extreme Energy Efficiency.