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Ultrasound Waves Create Never-Repeating Pattern in Carbon – Science Times

Using soundwaves, a team of University of Utah engineers and mathematicians demonstrated how to arrange carbon nanoparticles in water in a never-repeating pattern….

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Using soundwaves, a team of University of Utah engineers and mathematicians demonstrated how to arrange carbon nanoparticles in water in a never-repeating pattern. The new discovery, according to the team, could lead to a new class of materials called “quasicrystals” – having customizable magnetic and electrical properties.
The University of Utah researchers presented their new study in the article “Wave-Driven Assembly of Quasiperiodic Patterns of Particles,” published in the latest Physical Review…

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