Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Concrete that Eats Smog!

An advanced concrete containing a white pigment made of titanium dioxide eats smog.  Literally.  The titanium dioxide attracts nitrogen oxides.  Then, when subjected to sunlight, the nitrogen oxides are converted into nitric acids.  The nitric acids react with calcium carbonate, locking the nitrogen oxide gases away as calcium nitrate. Water and carbon dioxide are then released.  If we can get past our fixation on carbon dioxide - commonly known as plant food, but deemed a poisonous gas by the EPA  - we might be able to refocus on the elimination of REAL pollution.

Welcome to the Collaborative Revolution!

James L. Salmon, Esq.
Collaborative Construction
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Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
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