In crystallography and mineralogy, a crystal structure is known as a special arrangement of atoms in a crystal. A crystal structure is made out of a motif, a lattice, and a set of atoms arranged uniquely. Motifs are found upon the points of a lattice, which is a set of points recounting occasionally in three […]
Wasim Raza A new study shows a bizarre mollusk dubbed “wandering meatloaf” has teeth made of a rare iron mineral found only along the rocky coastline, according to the researchers. The giant Gumboot Chiton, also known as the Wandering Meatloaf, is the largest known species of chiton, a species of marine mollusk with an oval-shaped, […]
Wasim Raza It is common to analyze skid marks left by cars, but they cannot be used to identify a specific vehicle since they only leave impression patterns. In 1997, the National Center for Forensic Science, founded at UCF 1997, established a lab for forensics, led by Chemistry Associate Professor Matthieu Baudelet. They may have […]
Researchers Harvest the Wireless Fidelity (Wi-Fi) Using Spin-Torque Oscillators– A Harbinger Experiment!!
Lalit Koundaal In this digital age, along with bed tea, we need WiFi (Wireless Fidelity) too at a lightning speed. This age has transformed the way we communicate by using the 2.4GHz radio frequency that WiFi uses to transmit information wirelessly among devices. The researchers were continuously pondering on making use of excess signals available […]