Making EPG Liquid Metals


Making EPG Liquid Metals
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ON a Recent Factory Tour if Became Apparent

We can use  these metal Alloys Just as Stanley a Meyer Described
We must have learnt this as they use Liquid metals to cool fission reaction
and use magnetic pumps to move them

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To Start this Thread off  I submit this and attached

  • Galinstan Magnetic Liquid Metal Alloy

Warning Do not mix with HHO water or h2, ideally it would be use 
as is in a vaccum or in a agron mix environment
Creating a "Liquid Metal pump with  no moving parts"  where have I heard that before ?

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Links Found to be Very useful on this subject

A Gallium-Based Magnetocaloric Liquid Metal Ferrofluid

Spontaneous Dispersion and Large-Scale Deformation of Gallium-Based Liquid Metal Induced by Ferric Ions

Magnetic Liquid Metals Manipulated in the Three-Dimensional Free Space

Electric Actuation of Liquid Metal Droplets in Acidified Aqueous Electrolyte

Stretchable, Skin-Attachable Electronics with Integrated Energy Storage Devices for Biosignal Monitoring

A Versatile Approach for Direct Patterning of Liquid Metal Using Magnetic Field

Magnetic field dependent thermal conductivity measurements of magnetic nanofluids by 3ω method

Liquid Metal-Based Transient Circuits for Flexible and Recyclable Electronics

Reflux pretreatment-mediated sonication: A new universal route to obtain 2D quantum dots

A Liquid-Metal-Based Magnetoactive Slurry for Stimuli-Responsive Mechanically Adaptive Electrodes

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Re this one

we can see this is a separate method not including hho h2 or plasma  as will explode

but liquid metal on its own or  encase or suspended in argon it may only need a  100 mls  and that 100 mls cycles
but or could be solid fill and oscillate back and forth those studied in the epg will know the varying versions this applies too

these metals will react with copper hence pit copper or stain ir silver with corrosion over time
as we see om estate pics

 I am sure stan tested and used a one version this as he knew this from his work cooling industrial transformer and reactors

I past this quote here to speed you reading

. We can impart a Magnet effect to the liquid metal 

We demonstrate a magnetocaloric ferrofluid based on a gadolinium saturated liquid metal matrix, using a gallium-based liquid metal alloy as the solvent and suspension medium.

The material is liquid at room temperature, while exhibiting spontaneous magnetization and a large magnetocaloric effect. The magnetic properties were attributed to the formation of gadolinium nanoparticles suspended within the liquid gallium alloy, which acts as a reaction solvent during the nanoparticle synthesis.

High nanoparticle weight fractions exceeding 2% could be suspended within the liquid metal matrix. The liquid metal ferrofluid shows promise for magnetocaloric cooling due to its high thermal conductivity and its liquid nature.

Magnetic and thermoanalytic characterizations reveal that the developed material remains liquid within the temperature window required for domestic refrigeration purposes, which enables future fluidic magnetocaloric devices. Additionally, the observed formation of nanometer-sized metallic particles within the supersaturated liquid metal solution has general implications for chemical synthesis and provides a new synthetic pathway toward metallic nanoparticles based on highly reactive rare earth metals.

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Suspensions of ATOMIC  graphene and iron neodymium etc



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FeAr. CoAr  NiAr. Is what Stan mentioned


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But The Mercury Vapor has Been Shown to work
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I post this as it can assist people grasping the methods Magnetohydrodynamics - Propelling Liquid Metal with Magnets


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Right you're on it.  Neat.


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Using surface chemistry and sophisticated atomic force microscopy techniques, staff scientists Paul Ashby and Brett Helms of Berkeley Lab’s Molecular Foundry revealed that the nanoparticles formed a solid-like shell at the interface between the two liquids through a phenomenon called “interfacial jamming.” This causes the nanoparticles to crowd at the droplet’s surface, “like the walls coming together in a small room jampacked with people,” said Russell.

To make them magnetic, the scientists placed the droplets by a magnetic coil in solution. As expected, the magnetic coil pulled the iron-oxide nanoparticles toward it.

But when they removed the magnetic coil, something quite unexpected happened.

Permanently magnetized iron-oxide nanoparticles gravitate toward each other in perfect unison. (Credit: Xubo Liu et al./Berkeley Lab)

Like synchronized swimmers, the droplets gravitated toward each other in perfect unison, forming an elegant swirl “like little dancing droplets,” said Liu, who is a graduate student researcher in Berkeley Lab’s Materials Sciences Division and a doctoral student at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology.

Somehow, these droplets had become permanently magnetic. “We almost couldn’t believe it,” said Russell. “Before our study, people always assumed that permanent magnets could only be made from solids.”
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Praise the Lord and Pass the Ammunition That is the Thing he was doing
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The supersoap was achieved by dispersing gold nanoparticles into water and polymer ligands into oil. The gold nanoparticles and polymer ligands want to attach to each other, but they also want to remain in their respective water and oil mediums. The ligands were developed with help from Brett Helms at the Molecular Foundry, a DOE Office of Science User Facility located at Berkeley Lab.

In practice, soon after the water is injected into the oil, dozens of ligands in the oil attach to individual nanoparticles in the water, forming a nanoparticle supersoap. These supersoaps jam together and vitrify, like glass, which stabilizes the interface between oil and water and locks the liquid structures in position.

“This stability means we can stretch water into a tube, and it remains a tube. Or we can shape water into an ellipsoid, and it remains an ellipsoid,” said Russell. “We’ve used these nanoparticle supersoaps to print tubes of water that last for several months.”