LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Apr 7, 2014) - Amazonica Corp. (OTCBB: AMZZ) (OTCQB: AMZZ) ("Amazonica Corp." or the "Company"), is pleased to announce that it has recently added an upgrade to it previously submitted patent application for the manufacture of ultra-pure hydrogen.
Dr. Gennadiy Petrovich Glazunov, our project manager and Chairman of our scientific advisory board submitted some important upgrades to our United States patent application, #61896272 (Ultra-Pure Hydrogen Generating Device), that was filed October 28, 2013. The Company expects to continually update and upgrade its patents to keep up with developments and changes and maintain solid patent protection on our ultra-pure hydrogen technology.
"I am pleased with our progress to date. Dr. Glazunov and his research team continue to make great strides in our goal of low cost ultra-pure hydrogen production," stated Michael Soursos, CEO Amazonica Corp. "This patent update will give us more solid coverage for our hydrogen technology."
Hydrogen is the simplest, most prolific, and lightest element in the universe. Hydrogen is not normally available in a gaseous state in our environment, since it readily combines with oxygen to form water, or with carbon to form fossil fuels such as crude oil, natural gas, or coal. Hydrogen has a number of uses, including in the manufacture of ammonia, but it is its potential as a fuel that is attracting significant interest and investment. It has been possible to construct or convert internal combustion engines to run on hydrogen for some time, but safety and storage concerns prevented any wide scale use. Recent advances in technology, particularly in fuel cells, allied to the environmental concerns from burning fossil fuels, have caused a re-evaluation of hydrogen as a power source.
The most common methods of producing hydrogen at the moment are by stripping the carbon atoms out of compressed natural gas using steam (known as "cracking") or the electrolysis of water. Both these processes are expensive, energy intensive and in the case of cracking, produces waste carbon. Commercial production of clean, cheap hydrogen is therefore a key requirement for large scale fuel cell usage.
About Amazonica Corp.
Amazonica Corp. (dba Euro American Hydrogen) is a technology development company that is quoted on the Over-the-Counter Bulletin Board (OTCBB) where the Company's ticker symbol is AMZZ. Amazonica Corp. (dba Euro American Hydrogen) is developing a breakthrough, low cost technology to make 99.999% pure hydrogen.
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