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Argon Valence electrons and cobalt ion can form electronic devices

cobalt electrons can be made into a metallic ion, which can be used to form electronic components, according to new research from Argonne National Laboratory.The research, published in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, found that cobalt ions can be formed in a manner similar to how electrons can form in an electron cloud.“Cobalt ions and electrons […]

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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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‘It’s not the end of the world’: Scientists warn of ‘potentially catastrophic’ impact of the ozone hole

Scientists warn that the global ozone hole could result in catastrophic changes in global temperatures and weather.They warn that scientists have not yet identified the exact mechanism behind the hole, but that it could be linked to a changing relationship between carbon dioxide and water.Scientists said there are no guarantees that ozone depletion will not […]

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What’s in a name? The importance of an argon-equivalent atom

article An electron can have two states, an electric state and an anti-electron state, but a molecule’s charge can change between these states depending on how it interacts with other molecules.The electrons in an electron-coupled device (ECD) can be charged, neutral, or negative.If an electron is charged and the molecules it interacts directly with are […]

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