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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.


Share Structure 6/14/11

Shares Outstanding                                33,861,276

Warrants Outstanding                              6,986,568

Options Outstanding                                3,065,000

Shares Outstanding Fully Diluted          43,912,844

Shares in Escrow                                     2,905,452

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New Jersey Solar Pioneer Signs Deal With Chinese Consortium to
Take Its Solar Technology From Lab to Power Grid -

A report from Canaccord Capital - #msg-49174078

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

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NTCXF News: Natcore's Provini: "Solar Cell Producers Must Switch to HIT-Structure If They Want to Survive" 04/07/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology, Eurotron Sign Joint Development Agreement 03/23/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Makes Laser-Processed HIT-Structure Solar Cell 03/16/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore Technology Teams With Fraunhofer ISE To Develop International Solar Projects 03/02/2015 09:00:00 AM
NTCXF News: Natcore's Chief Technology Officer Gives Opening Address at World Photovoltaic Conference 02/03/2015 09:00:00 AM
#4883 scooty514 04/24/15 12:15:20 PM
#4882   The fact that you admit that you don't kungfu1 04/23/15 12:58:49 PM
#4881   I have no idea why anyone even responds teq0904 04/23/15 12:51:14 PM
#4880   Dont worry, you're in a speculative stock, the mac_attack 04/23/15 12:03:29 PM
#4879   haha it literally IS melting parts together. coin8300 04/23/15 12:02:21 PM
#4878   I have no idea why you are on kungfu1 04/23/15 11:52:18 AM
#4877   Maybe its the pulsing mechanism of the laser coin8300 04/23/15 11:39:28 AM
#4876   Thanks for actually trying to be helpful unlike coin8300 04/23/15 11:32:44 AM
#4875   Remember when you invest in an R&D company, donfig47 04/23/15 10:53:22 AM
#4874   Have you read the Full Investor’s Package that donfig47 04/23/15 10:49:34 AM
#4873   You're an idiot if you can't look it D theG 04/23/15 10:44:51 AM
#4872   Its hilarious that asking two very legitimate and coin8300 04/23/15 10:43:32 AM
#4871   LOL, 'a low temperature process'. VERY informative; coin8300 04/23/15 10:38:50 AM
#4870   You are the definition of trolling, the Laser D theG 04/23/15 09:31:06 AM
#4869   I would say not having a fundamental knowledge coin8300 04/23/15 08:48:07 AM
#4868   As I said I do not know the douginil 04/22/15 07:47:12 PM
#4867   If the laser process is so easy to coin8300 04/22/15 07:45:51 PM
#4866   That's what I thought; so how can a coin8300 04/22/15 07:43:41 PM
#4865   So why are you hear asking people to D theG 04/22/15 07:20:47 PM
#4864   I do not know a thing about the douginil 04/22/15 07:18:57 PM
#4863   Also, everyone knows they are burning through cash coin8300 04/22/15 05:15:20 PM
#4862   Anybody....? coin8300 04/22/15 03:56:23 PM
#4861   So, can anyone explain in plain english what coin8300 04/22/15 02:50:01 PM
#4860   I agree that NatCore Technology is a sleeping microcapguru14 04/18/15 04:25:22 PM
#4859   Great find Mr C. I consider that rkt9 04/16/15 11:36:11 PM
#4858   Found this interview on the StockHouse board by MrC 04/14/15 11:16:38 PM
#4857   NTCXF is a sleeping giant if Provini is lakingsphan0427 04/13/15 02:35:28 PM
#4856   Saudis are pressing ahead. rkt9 04/09/15 07:57:14 AM
#4855   For those who do not receive Shareholder emails donfig47 04/08/15 05:58:42 PM
#4854   I believe one of their posts a few kungfu1 04/08/15 10:33:59 AM
#4853   Yes, this all sounds great however who knows MrC 04/07/15 08:46:22 PM
#4852   Natcore seems to be on the cusp of jbern 04/07/15 01:57:40 PM
#4851   Natcore’s Provini: “Solar Cell Producers Must Switch to donfig47 04/07/15 10:30:40 AM
#4850   What do people make of the projects bidding page? scottsmith 04/01/15 01:40:38 PM
#4849   New Investor presentation on the Natcore Website. donfig47 04/01/15 01:28:16 PM
#4848   Natcore Continues To Advance Solar Technology donfig47 04/01/15 01:00:42 PM
#4847   That's interesting. scottsmith 03/26/15 02:14:18 PM
#4846   China connection with Eurotron donfig47 03/26/15 01:11:35 PM
#4845   Agreed, that is my understanding as well. mac_attack 03/26/15 10:32:05 AM
#4844   It is my understanding that Eurotron is a rkt9 03/25/15 06:19:22 PM
#4843   Manufacturing would be by Eurotron not Natcore. mac_attack 03/25/15 12:55:25 PM
#4842   " if they plan on generating revenue teq0904 03/24/15 11:05:44 PM
#4841   I didnt say natcore was manufacturing. Only mac_attack 03/24/15 06:03:34 PM
#4840   Read my lips. They do not manufacture now, teq0904 03/24/15 04:09:34 PM
#4839   Since Eurotron is involved this will ideally go mac_attack 03/24/15 11:50:20 AM
#4838   NXT will not become a manufacturer; despite Provimi kungfu1 03/24/15 10:41:33 AM
#4837   Nice to see you back again teq... I mac_attack 03/24/15 10:35:55 AM
#4836   nxt will never become a manufacturer. Get with teq0904 03/23/15 08:31:27 PM
#4835   Hoping they can get a working model out mac_attack 03/23/15 03:48:22 PM
#4834   Not sure how I got to this but douginil 03/23/15 01:51:01 PM