The most powerful electron-busting ion, fluorine, has a new name!
The electronic keyboard that uses fluorine to store electrical charge is a great innovation, but there are some serious issues with its design and safety.
A new study by researchers at the University of Nottingham has shown that fluorine’s ability to act as an electron-collecting element is also a potential safety concern.
Lead researcher Professor Michael Kosty said the new study showed that fluorines ability to emit electron-carrying electrons, and thus increase the efficiency of the keyboard, posed a safety risk.
“This is really important for many reasons,” Professor Kosti said.
“It’s a very important new discovery that has great potential for future research.”
One of the problems we’re seeing in the design of the electronic keyboard is that there’s a large number of fluorine atoms that have a high frequency of emitting electrons that can be extremely damaging.
“Professor Kostier said there were currently no plans to introduce fluorine into the electronic keyboards of everyday life.”
There is a lot of concern that this could be an environmental problem and a potential health hazard,” he said.
The study also found that fluorinos high-frequency electron-transport could increase the frequency of the high-energy photons that could harm people’s eyes, as well as the risk of skin damage.
The research has been published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) is the government body responsible for research in the areas of health and the environment.