| by admin | No comments

How boron valences affect electron transfer

Electronic games are a major source of electronic entertainment for millions of children and adults worldwide, but some experts worry that the metal could be too unstable to function safely. Researchers from the University of Nottingham in the UK have now found that borons in some types of electronic games could be the culprit, creating electronic noises that […]

Read More
| by admin | No comments

Why the oxygen electrons and electrons don’t mix?

by Tech Crunch article By the end of the 20th century, the world’s supply of oxygen electrons had dropped by almost 50% due to the industrialisation of the oxygen-containing oxygen-3 and oxygen-4 isotopes.In the process, however, the oxygen molecules were converted to an intermediate gas, and the oxygen atoms in the gas became less electrically […]

Read More