Category: Electrokinetic Electrodynamic Field Methods

Note to NIST about gold Au typos The Thermal Expansion of Pure Metals

Hello, I was looking at The Thermal Expansion of Pure Metals: Copper, Gold, Aluminum, Nickel, and Iron at https://materialsdata.nist.gov/handle/11256/32 It has a spreadsheet.  In the “Au data” sheet There is a temperature 38136.  I think that ought to be 381.36. The value for 157 centigrade, 37.3417?  Should it be 0.00373417? The value at 34.6 centigrade,
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Project update – omega squared for high sampling rate gravimeters

Accelerometers and gradiometers get better at higher frequencies, use the Internet to multiply capabilities many fold https://www.researchgate.net/project/Solar-System-Gravimetry-and-Gravitational-Engineering These “updates” are just things I think are important to remember, and what I can find time and energy to write down. If you see something you disagree with, write me or make a comment. I got a
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Electron Affinity, open sites, and new more precise sub electron volt cameras and sensors

Measurement of the electron affinity of lead and its isotope shifts at https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.106.L010801 Physical Review A @PhysRevA 3h Letter: Measurement of the electron affinity of lead and its isotope shifts @DenisonU @vassalloef https://go.aps.org/3BkBPpl https://pic.twitter.com/zVlUBLp75Z Replying to @PhysRevA @DenisonU and @vassalloef Looks like a lovely and precise study. I have been following “electron affinity” for years.
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Tweet about levitated nanoparticle

Physical Review Letters  @PhysRevLett Jul 25 A trapped nanoparticle interacting with a laser provides a simple way to generate squeezed light which has an unusually low level of fluctuations. Letter: https://go.aps.org/3oqYPeL Letter: https://go.aps.org/3ovQNkS Focus: https://go.aps.org/3orRYBw https://pic.twitter.com/pPDdsp2Rb5 Extra-Stable Light Produced by Levitated Nanoparticle How long can the nanoparticle be monitored? Can you track it closely for
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Nanofocused x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy – Data link broken thru DOI.org

Nanofocused x-ray photon correlation spectroscopy – Data link broken thru DOI.org https://journals.aps.org/prresearch/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevResearch.4.L032012 Fivos Perakis, I was reading your article and wanted to look at the data, but the link is broken.  And the DOI system form to report the error is also broken.  The DOI form appears but accepts no input. In the PDF: “The
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Comment on MegaAmpere to MegaGauss- Using laser fluctuations to measure gravitational potential turbulence

‪This intro added 10 Jul 2022 in update to “Solar System Gravimetry and Gravitational Engineering ” Comment on “MegaAmpere to MegaGauss” – Using laser fluctuations to measure gravitational potential turbulence To generate intense fields to control the motion of matter. To emulate gravitational acceleration so precisely there is almost no error in position or other
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Could magnetic structures account for galactic rotation curves?

I’m interested in this research – could you provide the full-text for it? – Richard Collins https://www.researchgate.net/publication/345347726_Infrared_variability_due_to_magnetic_pressure-driven_jets_dust_ejection_and_quasi-puffed-up_inner_rims I found this on Arxiv. ResearchGate is saying “request full text” because they or you have to provide a pointer to the arxiv file. Or you have to manually download it. I am interested in your ideas about
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Comment on “”Can we ever replace the gravitational force model with something more practical, so we control the forces?”

https://www.researchgate.net/publication/353838684 Recommend you change the title to “Can we ever replace the gravitational force model with something more practical, so we control the forces?” Mircea,   Did you ever get an answer to your question? Masses with relatively small number of free charges per kilogram can have electrical forces equivalent to the gravitational force.  
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Comment on Electromagnet for attracting copper

Electromagnet for Attracting Copper, Aluminum and Non-Ferrous Metals like GOLD! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mQeaKkaEcQ Yes, vary the frequency and measure the force response. A spectrum is easier to use and understand. There should be specific resonances for each kind and shape of material. Electric and magnetic polarization studies of materials have been tried since earliest days, but have
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Superhalogens, hyperhalogens, hyperatoms, and controlled nuclear decays

Walter, This morning I was going over the magnetic, isotopic and chemical properties of manganese, and all the industrial and societal uses. I came across the terms “superhalogens” and “hyperhalogens” “hyperhalogens” OR “superhalogens” OR “hyperhalogen” OR “superhalogen” has 20,500 entry points There are LOTS of related terms – superalkalai, superatoms.  People like to make their
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