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Physicists learned how to pour liquid out of a bottle as quickly as possible
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Physicists learned how to pour liquid out of a bottle as quickly as possible

Physicists learned how to pour liquid out of a bottle as quickly as possible. Researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology have identified how to control the formation of bubbles that form when water and oil are poured from a bottle. The work was published in the journal Physics of Fluids. Physicists have been working...
Scientists have not found additional collapsed measurements
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Scientists have not found additional collapsed measurements

Scientists from the University of Washington did not find additional collapsed dimensions in the universe. To do this, they measured gravity at a distance of less than 50 microns. Researchers have suggested that the universe has many collapsed dimensions, but they are hidden from direct experiments by scientists. In their opinion, measurements can be compact...
Ionic liquid helped make the sponge a reliable filter of nanosized particles
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Ionic liquid helped make the sponge a reliable filter of nanosized particles

Ionic liquid has helped make the sponge a reliable filter for nanoscale particles. Developed by scientists from Sichuan University published in the journal Nature Communications. Filters for nanoscale particles – from ten microns or less – are used to filter emissions that occur as a result of fuel combustion and a number of other production...
The use of spin capacitors will allow to obtain information storage density at the level of 100 terabytes per square inch
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The use of spin capacitors will allow to obtain information storage density at the level of 100 terabytes per square inch

A group of scientists from the University of Leeds, UK, created a device that can be called a spin capacitor, in the depths of which the spin of a group of electrons (the moment of their rotation) can remain for several hours. For comparison, other previously created similar devices were able to maintain the electron...
Scientists add Mentos to Coca-Cola on top of a mountain
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Scientists add Mentos to Coca-Cola on top of a mountain

Scientists have added Mentos to Coca-Cola on top of the mountain. When climbing Mount Pikes Peak, the researchers measured the amount of foam generated as a result of the experiment – and demonstrated how its course is affected by changes in atmospheric pressure. The work of scientists from Springs Arbor University is published in the...