Adam Leotta

Adam Leotta

Jan 26, 2015

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About This Project

This is the first part of a multi-phase experiment in which I will prove that substances isolated from plant fermentation can be used to allay toxic corrosives and heavy metals, thereby transforming them into bio-available substances which support organic growth.

In this first phase, I will illustrate a new chemical process to render insoluble metallic salts, soluble, creating a new type of corrosive which will be used in the next phase.

Blast off!

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