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When Oxygen is at Its Best: How Magnesium and Oxygen in Air Controllers React to Low Emissions

By Andrew D. MacdonaldA high-temperature superconducting coil in a high-pressure container has cooled to near zero degrees Celsius.When this happens, oxygen is forced into the coil by the flow of electrons.Oxygen also reacts with the air surrounding the coil to form a gas.If the coil is heated to high temperatures, electrons will escape and the […]

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What to look for in the future of batteries

The future of power electronics is not yet here, but there are many new batteries out there that promise to replace batteries that are already on the market.The cobalt and magnesium electron configurations that are commonly used in batteries are a new option.These batteries use high-capacity nickel-coballium electrodes that are designed to withstand the extreme […]

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