Alkali metals have enormous potential for speeding chemical reactions throughout science and industry.
However, that same high reactivity makes them unstable and dangerous to store and handle. Consequently, alkali metals have been dismissed by generations of chemists and industries. By questioning convention, SiGNa Chemistry discovered a method for stabilizing alkali and other reactive metals, marking the first major advancement in alkali metal processing in many years.
The resulting sand-like powders take the danger and associated costs out of using alkali metals and their derivatives while retaining their utility and chemical power to be used in numerous industries ranging from pharmaceutical and chemical manufacturing, destruction of environmental toxins, desulfurization of petroleum, and clean hydrogen production as well as many others.
Currently SiGNa is working on the next element in the alkali metal family, Lithium. A number of new discoveries have been made. Read More