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This Ferrari SF70H F1 steering wheel prop is printed in orange @esun3dfilament Bio-Photopolymer eResin on the Original Prusa SL1 by @josefprusa in 0,035 mm layers and looks great. I made it one piece and resized the model to 35% to make it suitable for SLA printing.
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During the Great Depression, a banker convinced families in Quincy, Florida to buy Coca-Cola shares for $19 a piece. The town later became the single richest per capita in the USA with 67 millionaires. – WTF Fun Facts
the second radish is 29 feet away
Innovative Hydrogen Boride Nanosheets: Huge Potential As Hydrogen Carrier
Researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology, University of Tsukuba, and colleagues in Japan report a promising hydrogen carrier in the form of hydrogen boride nanosheets. This two-dimensional material, which has only recently begun to be explored, could go on to be used as safe, light-weight, high-capacity hydrogen storage materials.
Innovative nanosheets made from equal parts of hydrogen and boron have a greater capacity to store and release hydrogen compared with conventional metal-based materials.
This finding by researchers at Tokyo Institute of Technology (Tokyo Tech), University of Tsukuba, Kochi University of Technology and the University of Tokyo reinforces the view that hydrogen boride nanosheets (HB sheets) could go beyond graphene as a nano-sized multifunctional material.
Their study, published today (October 25, 2019) in Nature Communications, found that hydrogen can be released in significant amounts (up to eight weight percent) from HB sheets under ultraviolet light, even under mild conditions — that is, at ambient room temperature and pressure.
White Cyclone at Nagashima Spaland, Nagoya, Japan, Photo by David Morton
On extremely hot surfaces, droplets will skitter on a layer of their own vapor, thanks to the Leidenfrost effect. This keeps the liquid insulated from contact with the hot surface. But what if the surface isn’t solid?
That situation is what we see above. Instead of soaking into a granular material like a room temperature droplet (left), a drop falling onto a very hot bed of grains digs a hole! As with a typical drop on a super hot surface, the heat vaporizes part of the droplet. As the vapor escapes, it carries sand with it, allowing the boiling drop to burrow its way into the material. As the temperature difference between the sand and droplet changes, the digging slows. Eventually, the drop comes to a rest and boils away. (Video and image credit: J. Zou et al.)
China is the world’s largest mobile games market, accounting for over 25 per cent of global revenue. Domestic games revenue in China is expected to reach a staggering total of $42 billion by 2022. – WTF Fun Facts
Some of the art I’ve done this year, mostly revolving around my Tankhead project. Thanks to everyone who’s supported me so far and I’ll see you guys in 2020!
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“My mom has 5 sets of china (don’t ask) and put them in her pool prior to being evacuated from fires in northern California. The dishware survived!”
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1. To quote an old engineering proverb: “If it looks stupid, but it works, it’s not stupid.”
2. I love that the two lawn chairs are in there too.
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Have you seen my new cool shirt?? Here it is! On sale now!
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Up until 1858, all British Passports were written in French. This was because the International Civil Aviation Organisation standard recommended that, where the language of the issuing state is English, French or Spanish, they should use one of the other languages. – WTF Fun Facts
Daniel Martin recently published a procedure in the Journal of Organic Chemistry that requires synthesizing nearly a mole of 4-tert-butyl-2,6-dinitrobenzylbromide as an intermediate. The NMR looked clean, so he thought it might be worth trying to grow a few crystals overnight. The next morning, he found the beaker full of success shown, with single crystals up to 7 grams apiece. “Needless to say, our crystallographer was very happy,” Martin says.
Submitted by Daniel Martin, (J. Org. Chem. 2019, DOI: 10.1021/acs.joc.9b01737)
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