Karl-Hugo Weesberg, it would be nice to have more information and tell us
where to find the data.
Let's assume for now that the report is correct, one Hassium atom per chain
indeed improves durability 300%. My first thought was, no way, but then I
realized that durability can mean many things, wear and friction, flex life
of fiber, tensile strength, hydrolysis resistance, etc. If the Hassium
serves as a nucleation site and increases the polymer's crystallinity, there
can be very large changes in properties.
But, until we see more data, the story could be nothing more than hype!
on April 1. two or three years ago one of our chemicist ordered am kg un un
unium (111) and our purchasing department tried to order ist by the GSI... it
wos realy funny ;-)
perhaps someone tried it now with Hassium and someone tried to give us new
I am not a bug I am a undocumented feature
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