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Why you should buy an electron microscope: A look at the best electron microscopes

By now, you’ve probably seen the ubiquitous electron microscope (EM) at a fancy new lab or university.But why?Are they good for science?Can they give us insights into the chemistry and physics of atoms?Or is the idea that we should all buy a few?In the short term, it seems that most of us will be using […]

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Why is this thing so hot?

On April 5, 2015, an electric-blue laser in an industrial oven produced a heat wave in a small part of Australia that lasted for an hour.The heat was intense enough to melt a layer of insulation.That’s the first time the heat wave has been recorded in Australia.It was a perfect storm.It started with a small […]

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Nickel vs. titanium, how do you make the perfect alloy?

Nickel and titanium are the two most abundant elements in the earth, and the world has used them for centuries to make almost everything from glass to cars.But in recent years, they have become increasingly popular as a metal.In this new episode of MTV News, we ask the experts at Nickel and Titanium why they […]

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How to build a tiny ‘electronic’ chip

Electronic parts have become a huge business over the past few years, with big players like Microsoft, IBM, and Samsung all taking advantage of their expertise.In fact, many of the world’s biggest chipmakers are now working with small companies like New Zealand’s Nanodegree, a group of three nanotechnologies that have recently come together to build […]

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How to dispose of a cheap electronic cigarette

Electronic cigarettes are a major problem for some Israeli citizens.Many of them are smuggled across the border into the West Bank.There, they are marketed to teenagers and young adults who can’t afford expensive batteries and cartridges.I have to keep them out of my home, said Shaul Harel, a 22-year-old from the Gush Etzion settlement.In the […]

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Trump, Russia to share information on hacking

Russia, China and the United States have agreed to share “relevant information” about the hacking of Democratic National Committee emails and other files in the run-up to the November 8 presidential election, according to a senior administration official.The officials, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, did not specify how the information would be shared.Trump […]

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Why Nickel-Fez Is So Dangerous in Electric Cars

A few years ago, the world of electronic motors and vehicles was rocked by a shocking incident: The lithium ion batteries that power electric vehicles were found to be capable of causing damage to the batteries of other vehicles.The batteries were found by the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) to have an unusually […]

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A new kind of chemical element that can be used in electronics

Electronic components with chlorine atoms in them can be created by combining two molecules, called chlorine electrons and chlorine atoms, that are typically made in two different ways.But these molecules are made to react with oxygen in an electron symbol and the electron symbol is made to be stable.If these reactions are not done correctly, […]

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Why I have to pay $150 to get an electric car for $2,500

A $150 Tesla Model S electric car has finally made its way to Australia.The Tesla Model 3 will be available in Australia on the 19th August.The car was announced by Tesla Australia on its Facebook page last week, and was unveiled by Elon Musk, CEO of the electric automaker.“It’s not a question of whether we […]

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Why is fluorine used in semiconductors?

Fluorine is an inexpensive, inexpensive form of an element, which is used to produce the “fluoride effect” in semiconductor devices.The element is used in the manufacture of a variety of materials and devices, including those that are used in cell phones and computers.The process of manufacturing a semiconductor is called “fluorescence” and involves the “fluorescence […]

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