Periodic Products Article on Rare Earth Element Recovery Published in Minerals Magazine

Periodic Products Article on Rare Earth Element Recovery Published in Minerals Magazine

We are pleased to inform you that the article “Rare Earth Element Recovery from Acidic Extracts of Florida Phosphate Mining Materials Using Chelating Polymer 1-Octadecene, Polymer with 2,5-Furandione, Sodium Salt” has been published in Minerals as part of the Special Issue Recent Trends in Phosphate Mining and Beneficiation and Related Waste Management and is available online:

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Periodic Products Awarded Korean Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

Periodic Products Awarded Korean Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Fort Lauderdale, FL – April 18, 2019

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a patent from the South Korean Intellectual Property Office (no. 10-19466963) for the Company’s conductive polymer technology and related processes.

The Company’s conductive and specialty polymers are an extension of its family of proprietary polymers. Developed to be a key component of newer lightweight batteries, the technology offers manufacturers significant design and engineering advantages.

South Korea is a dominant worldwide producer of automobiles and electronics, and is anticipated to be enthusiastic adopters of the Company’s new technology. “We are excited about the applications of our technology,” said Joseph Laurino, PhD, President and CEO of Periodic Products.

South Korea is currently the world’s fifth largest producer of passenger cars, manufacturing 3.36 million units in 2018. “Reducing weight has been a fundamental challenge of battery technology, particularly in the development of electric-powered automobiles,” Laurino said. “Lightweight batteries will translate to longer distances these vehicles can travel between charges.”

“We believe our conductive polymers have the potential to radically transform the electric vehicle market,” he added.

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Periodic Products Awarded Japanese Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

Periodic Products Awarded Japanese Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Fort Lauderdale, FL April 4, 2019

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a patent from the Japan Patent Office (no. 6446053) for the Company’s conductive polymer technology and related processes.

The Company’s conductive and specialty polymers are an extension of its family of proprietary polymers. Developed to be a key component of newer lightweight batteries, the technology offers manufacturers significant design and engineering advantages.

Japan – a dominant worldwide producer of automobiles and electronics – is anticipated to be enthusiastic adopters of the Company’s new technology. “We are excited about the applications of our technology in these two industries,” said Joseph Laurino, PhD, President and CEO of Periodic Products.

“Reducing weight has been a fundamental challenge of battery technology, particularly in the development of electric-powered automobiles,” Laurino continued. “Lightweight batteries will translate to longer distances these vehicles can travel between charges.”

Japan is currently the world’s second largest producer of passenger cars, manufacturing 8.36 million units in 2018. “Our conductive polymers have the potential to radically transform the electric vehicle market,” said Laurino.

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Periodic Products Awarded Vietnamese Patent for Chelation Technology

Periodic Products Awarded Vietnamese Patent for Chelation Technology

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Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 23, 2018

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a Letters Patent from the Vietnamese Ministry of Science and Technology at the National Office of Intellectual Property.

The Vietnamese patent further extends the Company’s international patent portfolio in Asia.

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Periodic Products Awarded Mexican Patent for Plastics and Fiber Technology

Periodic Products Awarded Mexican Patent for Plastics and Fiber Technology

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Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 25, 2018

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a Letters Patent from the Mexican Patent Office (Instituto Mexicano de la Propiedad Industrial). The patent, awarded for the Company’s plastics and fiber technology, further extends Periodic Products’ patent portfolio in the Americas.

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Periodic Products Awarded Canadian Patent for Plastics and Fibers

Periodic Products Awarded Canadian Patent for Plastics and Fibers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 22, 2018

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a patent from the Canadian Intellectual Property Office. The new patent, no. 2,764,893, is for the Company’s chelation technology, including its proprietary plastics, fibers and related processes.

The Canadian patent further extends the Company’s portfolio of domestic and international patents for its family of polymers.

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Periodic Products Awarded Australian Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

Periodic Products Awarded Australian Patent for Conductive Polymer Technology

For Immediate Release

Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 24, 2018

Periodic Products Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a patent from IP Australia, the Australian government’s Department of Industry, Innovation and Science. The new patent has been awarded for the Company’s conductive and catalytic polymer technology and all related applications.

According to Joseph Laurino, CEO and founder of Periodic Products, the Australian patent significantly broadens the scope of the Company’s technology portfolio.

“Securing patent protection for our conductive and catalytic polymers represents a significant accomplishment for Periodic Products,” said Laurino. “This patent allows us to secure commercial partners for the many diverse applications of this new technology.”

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Periodic Products Awarded Argentinian Patent

Periodic Products Awarded Argentinian Patent

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Fort Lauderdale, FL – October 3, 2017

Periodic Products Inc. today announced that it has been awarded a patent from the Argentine National Institute of Industrial Property in Buenos Aires, Argentina. The new patent (patent no. AR 077300 B1) is for the Company’s chelation technology, including its proprietary polymers and related processes.

The Argentinian patent further enhances the company’s portfolio of domestic and international patents for its family of polymers.

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Periodic Products Awarded Indian Patent

Periodic Products Awarded Indian Patent

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Fort Lauderdale, FL – March 28, 2017

Periodic Products Inc. today announced that it has been awarded a patent from the Ministry of Commerce & Industry, Government of India. The Patent, No. 275563, is for the Company’s chelation technology, including its proprietary polymers and related processes.

The new Indian patent further enhances the company’s portfolio of domestic and international patents for its family of polymers.

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Dr. Joseph Laurino invited to speak at American Chemical Society Presidential Symposium

Dr. Joseph Laurino invited to speak at American Chemical Society Presidential Symposium

Fort Lauderdale, FL – August 30, 2016

Periodic Products Inc. announced that Joseph Laurino, PhD, the Company’s President and CEO, delivered a presentation at a Presidential Symposium at the 252nd American Chemical Society National Meeting & Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Dr. Laurino’s presentation, entitled “Commercialization of Disruptive Chemical Technologies by an Entrepreneurial Venture,” was given as part of a chemical business best-practices symposium hosted by the American Chemical Society on August 23, 2016. The symposium highlighted small chemical enterprises with successfully commercialized products developed from new technologies.

About the American Chemical Society

The American Chemical Society is the world’s largest scientific society, with nearly 157,000 members. Founded in 1876, the ACS serves as the premier professional organization for chemists, chemical engineers, professionals in related fields, and global chemical enterprises.

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