A new generation of wood floors has been discovered by scientists, who found a new way to remove carbon from the floor of a building.
The research was published in the Journal of the American Institute of Materials Science.
In order to remove the carbon, scientists were able to use a new chemical method, using a combination of hydrogen and oxygen.
In order to make the process more efficient, they were able use a process called aqueous carbonization.
In the process, a solution of hydrogen ions and oxygen are combined in a solution.
The solution is then heated to high temperatures.
When the solution is cooled to about one degree Celsius, it is left in a liquid state.
The mixture is then pumped into the furnace.
This process allows the oxygen and hydrogen to be separated from each other.
This means that the resulting liquid is a mix of carbon, oxygen and oxygen atoms.
The scientists used a new process to remove CO2 from the surface of wood floor tiles, using carbon dioxide as a catalyst.
The process was used to create a new carbon-based alloy called Carbonite, which is used in wood floor coating products.
The scientists said that the alloy is stronger and more durable than traditional materials that use carbonate, which makes it a great candidate for wood floor replacement.
The new wood floor is also able to absorb carbon dioxide, making it an ideal replacement for older wooden floors, which often have holes or cracks in the wood.
The researchers said that using the new wood floors will make building more environmentally friendly, and will allow more people to live in buildings that are more energy efficient.
The researchers have also found that the wood floor does not need to be replaced every two to five years.
The study was conducted by researchers from the University of California, Santa Barbara, the University at Buffalo, and the University College of London.