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Oshkosh scientist creates activated carbon from waste materials

8:58 PM, Mar. 20, 2013
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If you've got $3 million to invest in a startup, Annamalai "Karthik" Karthikeyan would like to have a word with you about activated carbon.

After 20 years of research and development, four patents and a journey that's taken him from Harvard to Oshkosh, Karthik has developed a chemical process that almost instantly creates the a very pure form of the valuable material at near-room temperatures and at a fraction of the cost of traditional production methods.

The material is used in a variety of applications that include pollution filters, protective breathing masks, batteries and air and ...

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