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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How oxygen-oxidizing chemicals change a liquid metal – Part 2

article The chemistry of an electrode is very simple.Its a metal that contains electrons.It can be a metal with one or more oxygen atoms or a metal containing electrons with none.There are three basic types of oxygen atoms: oxygen, hydrogen, and oxygen radicals.Oxygen atoms have two electrons per atom.The other two electrons are electrons from […]

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BORON VALENCE EMITTER, AN EXAMPLE OF WHAT WILL BE REAL WORLD IMPORTANCE FOR ELECTRON VOCUTIONS

A recent announcement from the US Atomic Energy Commission indicates that there are significant commercial applications for the novel and potentially powerful BOROS atom-level electrochemical device used in the production of boron-18, an element of rare earth metals. The announcement also suggests that BORO devices could be used for other materials, including metals and compounds that […]

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