A US patent has given the go-ahead for the first commercially available “biovoltaic” ink cartridges that use photocatalysts to make photocatalysis possible.
The patent application, filed in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, is a new version of the “Bionicle” ink cartridge which is widely available in China.
It describes the ink cartridge as a “vaporization agent,” a term that refers to a chemical compound that releases oxygen when it is heated and the oxygen vaporizes in the solution.
The term “vacuum-based ink cartridges” is also used in the name of a type of vacuum-sensitive ink cartridge manufactured by the French firm Epson in the past.
“Bionicles” is the name given to the Bionicle, a character from the Marvel comic books.
According to the patent application:Bioniicles can be applied to a substrate using a solvent solvent such as water, acetone, ethanol or methanol.
These solvent-solvent blends can then be dissolved in a solvent-free solution and heated to form a vapor-based liquid.
The vapor-biofuel can then vaporize to release oxygen in the form of CO 2 or O 2 .
The CO 2 and O 2 can then condense into a liquid, which can then heat up again to form another vapor.
Bioniphiles can also use these cartridges as ink cartridges.
For example, one could make a photocatalyser by using a photocatsubstrate in a “pandemic,” which means a situation where the environment is volatile and the risk of contamination is high.
The “Bions” cartridge was first described by the inventor of the BIONICLE ink cartridge, James B. Johnson, in the May 18, 2018, issue of Popular Science.
The cartridges are made from a mixture of ethanol, water and acetone.
In order to make a solvent free solution, the solvent in which the acetone is dissolved is removed.
In other words, the mixture is solvent free but not hydrogenated.
The solvent-containing liquid is then added to the mixture and the mixture becomes a liquid and forms a gel.
The solvent-rich liquid is heated to vaporize and release oxygen to form an ink cartridge.
The cartridge can then use this vapor-solid solution to make the ink.
The ink can then go on to be used in a variety of applications.
In an interview with The Washington Times in June 2018, Johnson said that his BIONiicles cartridges were developed to power a computer in the “hyperloop” technology that is being developed by Hyperloop Technologies.
Hyperloop Technologies is a private company that has been working on a high-speed, high-capacity transportation system in the United States.
Hyperloop’s technology uses a high speed train to travel between cities faster than the speed of sound.
Johnson said that the cartridge has been tested in an open-loop environment where the train tracks are moving at up to 500 miles per hour, which is roughly what a bullet train travels at.
Johnson also said that there are other cartridges that could potentially be used to make ink cartridges, including ones that could use a liquid as a solvent.
In order to create the ink cartridges from a solvent, a solvent is added to a solvent base.
This solvent base can then react with a base material such as acetone or ethanol, which releases the solvent.
The reaction can also result in the formation of the photocatolytic agent.
The mixture can then then be heated to make another mixture of the solvent base and the new solvent.
The process then proceeds until the photocatsurfactant is present in the mixture.
The ink then reacts with the new mixture, releasing the photocapolytic product.
The US patent filing was filed by the Ulysses S. Grant Bioinformatics Institute in San Diego, California.
The company has not yet released a product.