How to get a quantum electron,Delocalized Electrons

The latest from The Washington Post’s science team.(Alice Li/The Washington Post)The team’s results were published in the journal Nature.Delocalized electron is the name given to a quantum state that has the same number of electrons and spins, but one with different properties.The most common type of quantum state is called a wave-particle duality, which is […]

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How a new metal alloy could power an electric car

The first phase of the process involved converting lithium ions into magnesium and then converting the magnesium back into lithium ion.The second phase involved creating a new magnesium oxide layer on top of the lithium, using a process called electrolysis.The magnesium oxide was then mixed with water to form a mixture of sodium and oxygen.The […]

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Why Cobalt Electron Configuration (NEC) will become the standard for electric cars by 2020

The goal of electric vehicles is to eliminate the need for a gas-powered engine to produce electricity.It is expected that by 2020, there will be no need for an electric car to have an internal combustion engine.But how will that happen?According to the electric vehicle industry’s first ever survey, the number of electric vehicle owners […]

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Why we don’t need to be afraid of nuclear energy

Nuclear power isn’t the next big thing.But if you’re a fan of the nuclear industry, you probably don’t want to be too far away from it.Nuclear power plants are safe, reliable and reliable.They’re also clean.That’s the good news.The bad news?It’s expensive and risky.Nuclear energy’s big problem is that it’s not safe.There are two main reasons […]

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When a machine learns how to play an electronic dart board, it can teach itself to play chess

By Mark Hosenball, Fortune The advent of artificial intelligence and machine learning means that we’re moving toward machines learning to play the latest computer games.A new study suggests that this is a good thing.By studying the way that a robot learned to play a chess board, researchers at Carnegie Mellon University and Microsoft Research showed […]

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How to sell your electronic gadgets in 2017

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Why potassium electron configurations are important for electronic devices

In a world of batteries and superconductors, how to design the perfect electron configuration is a critical consideration for many devices.In the case of potassium-electron-conducting devices, it’s even more important because potassium is the electron’s most abundant electron, making it essential for the operation of many electronic devices.So far, researchers have focused on potassium-based ion-selective […]

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How to store nitrogen for use in electronics

An Australian company is looking to convert the most toxic form of hydrogen into a fuel.The company, Nanoparticles Inc., has developed a process that turns nitrogen into an electrical waste fuel, which can be converted into electricity by using the electron configurations of the nanoparticles.The process uses a nanoparticle as the electron configuration and a […]

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