NEW OLD TIN OXIDE PRECURSOR

Dear Sir,
Our research group holds the rights to a patent concerning a new
method of manufacturing tin(IV) acetate. Tin acetate is so far an
expensive compound and consequently could not be applied as an
industrially useful chemical reagent. Since SnCl4, SnCl2 or tin
alkoxides are most widely used as tin oxide precursors, they also
possess one significant drawback, i.e. they may include some
impurities or contamination when used (especially chloride anions).
Our method allows for synthesis of high purity compound at very low
cost (even one hundred times lower than commonly used) at industrial
or bench scale.
Tin (IV) acetate is a precursor of tin oxide(IV), an important
material in surface science.
Unfortunately, companies dealing in chemical reagents have not been
interested in marketing our product for several years, because this
would decrease their profit from that compound and the expected
investment return time might take few years. Thereby we address our
offer to groups of investors and researchers that may be potentially
interested in cooperation with us in introducing this novel technology
and possibly in its commercialisation or utilization.
There is not much of research undertaken that make use of this
compound due to its high price.
We also hold patent rights concerning syntheses of new materials via
sol-gel process making use of this compound.
The possible research areas for application of our technology are:
- gas sensors
- conducting glasses
- solar cells
- semiconducting materials.
Yours sincerely,
snipped-for-privacy@poczta.fm
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