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(Science News Magazine)   I'll have the vortex beams of atoms and molecules with a swirl, please   (sciencenews.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Quantum mechanics, beams of atoms, Atom, vortex beams, beams of light, quantum physics, vortex beams of larger particles, first vortex beams of atoms  
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2021-09-07 7:04:42 PM  
Some missing mass coming right up
 
2021-09-07 7:39:29 PM  
Far out!
 
2021-09-07 9:24:50 PM  
Make sure to bounce them off the reflector dish.
 
2021-09-07 9:38:32 PM  
a. Tractor Beam
2. Lightsabre blade
iii. Time Tunnel
•. None of the above.
 
2021-09-07 11:28:36 PM  
Would make for a nice way to slow neutrons down for fission.
 
2021-09-08 12:07:21 AM  

Stibium: Would make for a nice way to slow neutrons down for fission.


maybe, but seems a lot more complicated than water or pencil lead
 
2021-09-08 3:35:03 PM  

New Farkin User Name: Stibium: Would make for a nice way to slow neutrons down for fission.

maybe, but seems a lot more complicated than water or pencil lead


The advantage being a thin grating is far more space efficient than bulk mass.
 
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