Synthestech
Synthestech
Token: STT


Technology For Synthesis Of Precious Metals

ICO dates
Start date: 2018-02-01
End date: 2018-02-28

Registrated in: Switzerland

Platform: Ethereum

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Soft cap 1,000,000 USD
Hard cap 14,000,000 USD
Tokens for sale 14,250,000
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INTRODUCTION
SYNTHESTECH
2017
Nowadays, there is a huge demand for a number of valuable chemical
elements like palladium, ruthenium, rhodium, osmium, iridium, platinum and some
others. The demand for isotopes (varieties) of chemical elements has also arisen
over the past decades.
Valuable elements and isotopes have characteristics that are in demand in
many modern industries (microelectronics, transport, energy storage) and also
have special properties in treatment of diseases.
However, there are some significant factors limiting the supply of valuable
elements and isotopes, since they are not widely spread in nature. The traditional
way of obtaining valuable elements, which is extraction of such elements from
natural deposits, is no longer able to keep up with the growing demand.
Modern nuclear technologies
are the so-called high-energy nuclear
reactions that can create valuable elements and isotopes by means of nuclear
transformations, but they are incredibly ...

СОNTENTS
SYNTHESTECH
2017
INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................................................................... 2
ELEMENTS AND ISOTOPES ...................................................................................................................... 6
Example: Rhodium........................................................................................................................ 7
Example: Selenium-74 .................................................................................................................. 7
TECHNOLOGIES...................................................................................................................................... 8
Extraction from natural deposits.................................................................................................. 9
High-energy nuclear reactions ................................................................................................... 9
Separation of ...

SCIENTIFIC
FUNDAMENTALS
Valuable elements
are elements that meet any of the following
characteristics:
• do not undergo natural oxidation and/or decomposition;
• are resistant to aggressive environment;
• have a number of rare properties;
• are scarce in Nature and expensive in terms of extraction.
Such elements include, for example,
platinum, palladium, rhenium, rhodium,
iridium, osmium, gold
and a number of other elements. These elements are in
demand in industry, energy and medicine, due to these characteristics. The
demand for valuable elements is constantly growing.
SYNTHESTECH
2017
Example: Rhodium
World production of rhodium is 3 tons
per year. Attempts to expand usage of
metal caused a sharp jump in prices in
2008 up to $10,000 per troy ounce (31.1
grams). It is almost impossible to increase
its production. In this regard, the expansion
of its application again will cause an
incredible pri...

TECHNOLOGIES
Present technologies for obtaining
valuable elements and isotopes
SYNTHESTECH
2017
Extraction from natural deposits
Very often in nature there is no needed concentration of valuable elements,
sufficient for economically profitable extraction. Especially it concerns platinum-
group metals. For example, a number of platinum elements can be obtained as by-
products in processing/refining of copper-nickel ores. The production of platinum
metals is a result of multistage and complex purification, using chemical reagents
and calcination. This is the most widely used industrial technology for obtaining
valuable elements. The world leaders in production are South Africa and Canada.
High-energy nuclear reactions
High-energy nuclear reactions - are a technology used by the nuclear industry
based on high-energy splitting of atoms. In essence, a target is bombarded by
a beam of charged particles accelerated by electric and magnetic fields. Such
impact results in...

NUCLEAR
REACTIONS
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2017
235
92
U
139
56
Ba
electron
neutrino
electron
neutrino
1
0
neutron
95
36
Kr
238
92
Uranium U
23 min
2-3 days
239
92
Uranium U
239
93
Neptunium
Np
239
94
Plutonium
Pu
Picture 1. A classic example of high-energy transmutation is the transformation
of uranium into plutonium.
Humankind has always sought to obtain valuable elements from low-value
ones or widespread elements, in other words, to carry out transmutation of chemical
elements.
Nuclear reactions or transmutation in physics is a transformation of some
chemical elements (or isotopes) into others. In the same sense, terms such as
nuclear fusion, nuclear transformations, transmutation of elements or nuclei are
also applicable.
Bombarded by accelerated charged particles, uranium nuc...

In fact, the experiment results showed that only 0.15% of mercury transforms
into stable gold according to this equation. The obtained gold isotopes with mass
numbers 198, 199 and 200 were not stable, unlike the gold-197 which is known in
nature. Emitting radioactive radiation, they decayed and turned back into stable
mercury isotopes with isotopic numbers 198, 199 and 200. This happens because
mercury isotope -196 constitutes only 0.15% of the total mercury content and, when
bombarded, can yield stable gold-197.
As a result of the nuclear transformation, gold was received, a tiny exhibit
of which adorns the Chicago Museum of Science and Industry. But operation
of the reactor and, accordingly, the cost of the neutron flux turned out to be
incommensurably expensive in comparison with the value of the produced gold.
Gold that was artificially obtained in a reactor is unstable. The prime cost exceeds
tens of thousands of dollars per gram and it is impossible even to come any closer
to the profi...

In the twentieth century, studies of nuclear transformations followed the
path of the so-called nuclear fission reactions and they can also be called High
Energy Nuclear Reactions (HENR). These reactions are caused by a powerful
impact on atoms and are accompanied by radioactive radiation. This approach
was consistent with the tasks set by the military, namely, to obtain technology
for colossal explosions in order to create an atomic bomb and, subsequently,
thermonuclear weapons.
In the process of development of nuclear weapons a scientific justification
was formulated, stating the fact that for a nuclear transformation the atomic
nuclei should be impacted by a high-energy flow. An atom can be split using a
«large sledgehammer» - impacts of accelerated charged particles. The further
use of thermal energy of radioactive fissile materials in operation of power plants
followed the path already laid out by the military.
This technology caused the following problems:
• Ecological Risk ...

LENR-reactions
SYNTHESTECH
2017
Under the term
LENR
-reaction is understood a whole bulk of research and
experiments. In fact, this phenomenon is found almost everywhere and the point
is that different researchers find anomalous heat release and traces of nuclear
transmutation in those reactions where, according to the modern conceptions of
physics of the microworld, they should not exist. There is something that science
cannot yet explain, but numerous experiments and observations prove that it exists.
Modern physics in this situation does not seek to answer the question - how
it occurs, but tries to totally ignore this topic wherever it is possible. But there are
enthusiasts who understand the promising outlook and continue to study LENR-
reactions.
Prehistory
Throughout the history of mankind, there has always existed a point of view
that it is possible to carry out a low-energy transmutation. There are credible
historical records that prove it. In the...

Synthestech Roadmap

1
February 2018
Start ICO
2
April - June 2018
Construction Kick-start
Construction of a separately located laboratory building with area of 1000 m2
3
June 2018 - June 2019
Mastering the technology of Cold Transmutation for commercial use.
4
June - December 2019
Implementation of the commercial phase.
Commercialisation of the achieved results.
5
January 2020
Receiving dividends from investments.
Profit distribution using crypto currency or fiat money.
Vladislav Karabanov
Vladislav Karabanov Head and Founder of the Project

Dmitry Pushkarev
Dmitry Pushkarev Manager of Engineering Work

Roman Karabanov
Roman Karabanov Head of Laboratory "Synthestech"

Nadezhda Fedyakina
Nadezhda Fedyakina Community manager

Krishna Ghezza Matter
Advisors Krishna Ghezza Matter Financial advisor

Yuri Bazhutov
Advisors Yuri Bazhutov PhD in Physics and Mathematics

Denis Kozulin
Advisors Denis Kozulin PhD in Chemistry

Vladimir Krivitsky
Advisors Vladimir Krivitsky PhD in geology and mineralogy at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU)

Denis Kozulin
Denis Kozulin
PhD in Chemistry
PhD in Chemistry
Dmitry Pushkarev
Dmitry Pushkarev
Manager of Engineering Work
Manager of Engineering Work
Krishna Ghezza Matter
Krishna Ghezza Matter
Financial advisor
Financial advisor
Nadezhda Fedyakina
Nadezhda Fedyakina
Community manager
Community manager
Roman Karabanov
Roman Karabanov
Head of Laboratory "Synthestech"
Head of Laboratory "Synthestech"
Vladimir Krivitsky
Vladimir Krivitsky
PhD in geology and mineralogy at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU)
PhD in geology and mineralogy at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU)
Vladislav Karabanov
Vladislav Karabanov
Head and Founder of the Project
Head and Founder of the Project
Yuri Bazhutov
Yuri Bazhutov
PhD in Physics and Mathematics
PhD in Physics and Mathematics