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- n. Plural form of nanopowder.
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I don't feel the skeletal catalyst used by Mill's is just coincidently composed of Casimir cavities like the Haisch Moddel patent proposes, other catalysts such as Pd and Pd nanopowders (Arata), tungsten cathodes or cathodes formed through dual deposition like the LENR experiments of SPAWAR are also noted for their high surface area indicative of Casimir geometry.
Kitamura's replication of Arata experiment indicates the effect becomes more prominent with fineness of the nanopowders. by fran roarty (4 articles, 0 quicklinks, 1 diaries, 3 comments) on Monday, Jan 11, 2010 at 6: 14: 10 PM
It will focus its efforts on six priority areas: the formulation of nano-bio materials; the handling and processing of nanopowders; process intensification and soft nanomaterial formulations; physical chemistry at the nanoscale; the nanoscale and the formulation of smart and functional coatings, films and tapes; and toxicology and other health effects of nanomaterials.
The Indian Head Naval Surface Warfare Center, a laboratory managed by NAVSEA was described during the 1990s as the "National Center for Energetics", the "Pentagon's jargon to broadly describe explosive materials, propellants and pyrotechnics" and as the "only reliable source of aluminum nanopowders in the United States".