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    Researchers discover when spaces are tight, nature loosens its laws
    Posted on Sunday, October 01, 2017 @ 10:34:21 EDT by vlad

    Science From Phys.org site: Just squeeze in—researchers discover when spaces are tight, nature loosens its laws

    When packed into pore channels as narrow as a nanometer or less, ions will forgo their typical positive-negative alternating charge ordering. They will form a single (right) or double-file (left) line, many times queuing up next to ions of the same charge. Credit: Drexel University


    It turns out that when they're in a hurry and space is limited, ions, like people, will find a way to cram in—even if that means defying nature's norms. Recently published research from an international team of scientists, including Drexel University's Yury Gogotsi, PhD, shows that the charged particles will actually forgo their "opposites attract" behavior, called Coulombic ordering, when confined in the tiny pores of a nanomaterial. This discovery could be a pivotal development for energy storage, water treatment and alternative energy production technologies, which all involve ions packing into nanoporous materials.


    In their paper, which was recently published in the journal Nature Materials, the researchers explain how Coulombic ordering in liquid salts starts to break down when ions are confined in small spaces—specifically carbon pores less than a nanometer in diameter. And the narrower the pore, the less the ions adhere to Coulombic ordering.

    "This is the first time breaking of the Coulombic ordering in subnanometer pores has been convincingly demonstrated," said Gogotsi, an author of the paper, who is the Distinguished University and Bach professor in Drexel's College of Engineering. "The breaking of symmetry principals, like Coulombic ordering, plays an essential role in nature. But many of these processes occur without us understanding them and knowing their mechanisms. Science can reveal those hidden processes. And if we understand them, we can eventually develop better technology by working at the same nanometer and subnanometer scales that nature does."
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    Full article: https://phys.org/news/2017-09-inresearchers-spaces-tight-nature-loosens.html#jCp

     
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    Nano-gap Hydroton Reaction Proposed by Ed Storms in New Video (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, October 01, 2017 @ 10:48:40 EDT
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    Via e-catworld.com [e-catworld.com]: Ruby Carat at Cold Fusion Now has posted a new video on YouTube titled “Edmund Storms HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion”.

    Here’s the description:

        “HYDROTON A Model of Cold Fusion describes the nano-gap and hydroton theory with Dr. Edmund Storms, a nuclear chemist and cold fusion researcher now retired from Los Alamos National Laboratory .

        “It picks up where Storms’ 2014 book The Explanation of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: An Examination of the Relationship between Observation and Explanation left off.

        “He proposes a unique chain of hydrogen and electrons that would assemble in the nano-cracks and nano-spaces of materials, fusing through a slow resonance process where smaller bits of mass are converted to quanta of energy through coherent photon emission.

        “If true, it would describe an extension of the 100-year-old conventional nuclear theory.

        “Several of the Nano-gap Hydroton Hypotheses are now being tested for confirmation.”

    Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D4BPtwzsgiw





     

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