The Newest and Most Advanced Technology in the Separation Arts

Christopher Winkler apexfunding at psn.net
Wed Dec 30 22:59:12 EST 1998


This company has some incredible technology, yet their stock is seriously
under valued. Investors with foresight can be involved with their Private
Placement Memorandum and get their stock for less than bid. Please contact
us for more details.

Christopher Winkler
Apex Funding
apexfunding at psn.net

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EMP ELECTROMOLECULAR PROPULSION


The Newest and Most Advanced Technology in the Separation Arts


EMP Gives Exceedingly Fast Results:
Separations Happens Right Before Your Eyes

EMP equals or is superior to the best of electrophoresis and chromatography
and offers advantages not available in either:

EMP is convenient. Set-up is normally a minute or less and separations occur
within minutes.

EMP is exceedingly fast. Many separations are routinely completed in
seconds. Results happen right before your eyes. For example, EMP does 15
second protein separations.

EMP is versatile. It works well on filter paper, thin layer, and membrane
and gel substrates.

EMP is cost-effective. It requires very little solvent; ordinarily only one
or two ml. Chemical disposal problems are minimized.

EMP is usable with polar and covalent substances alike.

Electromolecular Propulsion is based on little known charge transfer
principles emerging from chemical physics. The EMP 15K-1 instrument is the
world's first fully operational device utilizing and controlling these
unique electromolecular effects.

The 15K-1 has a special value to researchers for broadening their
understanding of the electronic structure of molecules and their
interactions. Also, EMP is useful for study in a unique manner of
physiological, chemical and charge transfer mechanisms.

With the 15K-1 and instructions, scientists/analytical chemists can now
independently develop their own methodologies for this newest technology in
the separation arts. This system makes possible the development of quick and
convenient analytical protocols for the specific molecules of your interest.
These protocols can, in themselves, mark the beginning of a new age of "on
the spot" and "right before your eyes" chemical analysis, quality control
and clinical diagnostic procedures.


o ULTRA-FAST - Slit-seconds to minutes
o HIGH RESOLUTION - Equal to or exceeding the cutting edge
o SHARP BANDS - Less diffusion in minimal distance and time, enhanced
resolution
o VERSITILITY FOR MOST COMPOUNDS - Very wide range including water insoluble
organics
o WIDE RANGE OF SOLVENTS AND SUBSTRAES
o SPECIFIC TO MOLECULAR STRUCTURE - Excellent reproducibility
o LOWCOST PER ANALYSIS
o SMALL SOLVENT VOLUMES - Minimal disposal problems and cost
o SIMPLE TO USE
o FAST, CONVENIENT RESULTS - High voltage without external cooling

The EMP technology was discovered and developed by Norman Haber. Haber, Inc.
holds the worldwide patents and patent pending in 15 countries. This
technology induces molecules to accept a charge and electrokinetically
respond to a controlled homogeneous electrical field provided by the 15K-1
instrument.

EMP is well suited for high-speed analysis of chemical materials. It offers
special advantages with complex mixtures which are difficult or time
consuming to separate.

EMP can be used with a wide variety of organic solvents for application to
many classes of compounds. Sample size can be ultra-micro to the limits of
delectability

With EMP, the electrokinetic migration rates of molecular species have
exceeded 17 cm/minute. EMP control of separations requires only a few
centimeters or less and minimizes diffusion and band broadening. This
results in very highly defined zones and quickly differentiates molecules.
EMP can consistently produce rapid, high-resolution separations suitable for
quantitative analysis.

Because EMP works with most kinds of molecules, EMP becomes a general method
of wide applicability With a suitable EMP solvent medium, the use of EMP as
an analytical method becomes push-button simple and reliably reproducible. A
technician can be quickly trained to use the 15K-1 instrument.

The 15K-1 was designed with built-in 2-level intensity LTV for easy
fluorescence detection. Readout is by conventional methods, e.g.
microdensitometer, elution, etc.

Diverse chemical species, including very complex molecules such as proteins,
tannins and polypeptides have been analyzed with EMP. Application protocols
for a variety of chemical types have been developed for use with the 15K-1
instrument.

Speed, convenience, lower cost per test and broad research applicability
makes the 15K-1 system an important new addition to the analytical and
research laboratory.

For further information on this company, please contact Christopher Winkler 
 apexfunding at psn.net



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