Hyperpolarised Light

DISCOVERY OF FULLERENE C60

The discovery of the Fullerene C60 led to the 1996 Nobel Prize in chemistry and triggered a new field of research, introducing the world to new kinds of symmetric quantum nanomaterials, thus opening an entirely new chapter of nanotechnology.

NOBEL PRIZE IN CHEMISTRY (1996)

Highly symmetrical structure

Constantly twisting 18.000.000.000 (18 billion times per second!

-82% of photons become HyperPolarized

-6% dissipates into heat collision

"If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibrations." - Nikola Tesla

In 2017, inspired by the properties of the Nobel Prize winning discovery of the fullerene C60 molecule and quantum physics, Bioptron scientists have developed and patented the unique Fullerene C60 filter invention which acts as a nanophotonic generator that transforms Linearly Polarised Light (existing Bioptron light) into Bioptron hyperpolarised light. 

ALLOTROPES OF CARBON

Shungite is an ancient healing stone found in Russia.

The fullerene C60 has a unique allotropic carbon structure and is found in diamonds, graphite and shungite.

The fullerene C60 is a molecule composed of 60 carbon atoms arranged in a geometric shape called a truncated icosahedron with the Fibonacci structure. It is the only molecule of a single element to form a spherical cage: C60 has 12 regular pentagonal and 20 regular

hexagonal faces. No two pentagons share an edge, which could destabilise the structure.

 

The fullerene C60 colour is originally black in nature. The patented technology process  changes it into the unique BIOPTRON® Quantum Hyperlight colour.

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