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Natcore Technology Inc. (Natcore), formerly Syracuse Capital Corp., controls a process for thin film growth with applications in solar energy, semiconductors, fiber optics and other industries. The Company's products are focused for the silicon solar cell manufacturing industry. Natcore's liquid phase deposition (LPD) process enables the growth of thin oxide films on silicon substrates in a mild chemical bath at ambient temperatures and pressures, eliminating the need for the high-temperature, vacuum furnaces, which is necessary for the production of these films. On May 15, 2009, the Company completed its qualifying transaction by acquiring Natcore Technology, Inc.

Overview: The Game Is Changing...

Natcore was formed to exploit technology, licensed from Rice University, that enables the controlled deposition of silicon dioxide and mixed silicon oxides from an aqueous solution at ambient temperatures and pressures.

That's quite a mouthful. So let's look at it in layman's terms...

Silicon dioxide, or silica, is a fundamental building block in semiconductors, fiber optics and, of course, solar cells. It is an absolutely essential element in all these applications, and it is currently deposited onto silicon through a process called "Thermal Oxide Growth."

Simply put, this process uses complicated, multi-million-dollar furnaces, operating in a vacuum and at temperatures of up to 1,000º Celsius (1,800º Fahrenheit), to grow the necessary thin films of silicon dioxide. In contrast, Natcore's "Liquid Phase Deposition" (LPD) process simply grows these thin films of silicon dioxide in mild chemical baths using standard, low-cost equipment.

Because Natcore's process is so relatively mild, it allows for much thinner silicon wafers, as well as the development of advanced materials and devices that would be destroyed during the standard Thermal Oxide Growth process.

 Natcore's "Liquid Phase Deposition" LPD process was discovered at Rice University and has been independently tested and validated in an industrial laboratory setting at one of America's most respected laboratories.

In short, the technology is now ready to be tailored to specific applications. The films and processes Natcore plans to move into commercial production promise to have significant impacts on solar cells, semiconductor devices, optical and optoelectronic components, prescriptive and protective eyewear, and energy-saving architectural coatings, among many other uses.

The first products are planned for the rapidly growing silicon solar cell manufacturing industry.


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Shares Outstanding                                33,861,276

Warrants Outstanding                              6,986,568

Options Outstanding                                3,065,000

Shares Outstanding Fully Diluted          43,912,844

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New Jersey Solar Pioneer Signs Deal With Chinese Consortium to
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A report from Canaccord Capital - #msg-49174078

Natcore got a mention in the NY Times - #msg-48568289

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NTCXF News: By Switching Catalyst From Silver to Copper, Natcore Finds Additional Solar Cell Savings. 09/02/2014 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: By Switching Catalyst From Silver to Copper, Natcore Finds Additional Solar Cell Savings. 09/02/2014 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Takes Steps to Form Australian Solar Panel Joint Venture 07/07/2014 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Takes Steps to Form Australian Solar Panel Joint Venture 07/07/2014 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Takes Steps to Form Australian Solar Panel Joint Venture 07/07/2014 09:00:00 AM
#4656   Is anyone planning to go to NO on teq0904 09/18/14 12:02:24 AM
#4655   12 cents grundoro 09/16/14 05:38:59 PM
#4654   Natcore Reply Posted on another board Sep 11, donfig47 09/14/14 06:41:36 PM
#4653   Their nr's list labs that have verified it. teq0904 09/06/14 12:22:38 PM
#4652   Is there any technical source outside of Natcore Andreas_Cellarius 09/04/14 12:27:05 PM
#4651   Haha yes that is a good idee. grundoro 09/02/14 01:18:29 PM
#4650   grundoro You should sell now and buy back donfig47 09/02/14 12:30:56 PM
#4649   By Switching Catalyst From Silver to Copper, Natcore donfig47 09/02/14 09:41:11 AM
#4648   We will see 50 cents soon. grundoro 08/29/14 04:28:27 PM
#4647   Natcore is and has always been a R/D, jesse 08/27/14 10:58:42 PM
#4646   grundoro has no clue so his opinion is teq0904 08/27/14 07:05:19 PM
#4645   I think the sell off was more about mac_attack 08/27/14 06:37:13 PM
#4644   Natcore's President's Message donfig47 08/27/14 06:00:02 PM
#4643   Today sell off grundoro 08/27/14 05:19:20 PM
#4642   That nanotube technology seems pretty preliminary, it may mac_attack 08/27/14 02:54:21 PM
#4641   Just saw this article that IBM is also dadmz 08/27/14 02:16:31 PM
#4640   You got his new letter? teq0904 08/27/14 10:36:34 AM
#4639   That sounded like one of his older letters/e-mails. kungfu1 08/26/14 01:57:20 PM
#4638   Thanks ddjpn! Looking forward to that pm mac_attack 08/22/14 11:42:37 AM
#4637   From a letter from Tom Scarpa I received ddjpn 08/22/14 11:12:51 AM
#4636   Hoping we can get some kind of news mac_attack 08/22/14 10:50:59 AM
#4635   Lots of companies make claims westeffer, but Scarpa teq0904 08/08/14 05:27:58 PM
#4634   You should look at all his past lies teq0904 08/08/14 05:05:59 PM
#4633   Going to see if NatcoreExpert called it. TexasUmp 08/08/14 10:29:41 AM
#4632   I followed Natcore for years and held a westeffer 08/06/14 09:52:52 AM
#4631   If you are right about the nr, that teq0904 08/06/14 08:16:10 AM
#4630   It seems that we will see the next NatcoreExpert 08/04/14 02:39:29 PM
#4629   Future looks bright. donfig47 07/30/14 06:42:54 AM
#4628   Please talk to Fraunhofer. They will give you NatcoreExpert 07/28/14 06:47:13 AM
#4627 grundoro 07/27/14 01:48:08 AM
#4626   Taking a hard look at Natcore.....Please give me espnrick 07/24/14 10:24:30 AM
#4625   You are absolutely wrong! NatcoreExpert 07/22/14 04:11:12 PM
#4624   Natcore is losing the battle grundoro 07/22/14 03:37:09 PM
#4623   I am guessing, but it seems the first teq0904 07/15/14 02:11:11 PM
#4622   FWIW: Natcore mention : jesse 07/14/14 06:05:32 PM
#4621   Natcore is not the only firm in this douginil 07/14/14 02:36:11 PM
#4620   One Step To Solar-Cell Efficiency donfig47 07/11/14 11:50:46 AM
#4619   Red Bank, NJ — (July 9, 2014) — donfig47 07/10/14 10:19:23 AM
#4618   Natcore hopes global ambitions lead to expansion here, donfig47 07/09/14 09:12:57 AM
#4617   Email from Provini Over the last couple of years NatcoreExpert 07/07/14 03:02:09 PM
#4616   In our paper this morning there is an tom1231 07/07/14 02:22:57 PM
#4615   Thanks for the post Donfig, rkt9 07/07/14 12:25:53 PM
#4614   NXT likely has a carried interest payable from teq0904 07/07/14 11:29:54 AM
#4613   The part I like the most is we donfig47 07/07/14 10:37:20 AM
#4612   Very big news!! Finally some sort of contract kungfu1 07/07/14 10:11:59 AM
#4611   Natcore Technology Takes Steps to Form Australian Solar donfig47 07/07/14 09:17:11 AM
#4610   Nick Hodge is back jesse 07/01/14 10:35:00 AM
#4609   Why are they just now showing the 2011 donfig47 06/30/14 09:48:21 AM
#4608 grundoro 06/28/14 08:10:16 AM
#4607   A week old but interesting read: jesse 06/25/14 12:10:06 AM