BobHiggens said: "I don't understand the comment about some being better than others. If it is not LiAl4,
it is not going to decompose when it is supposed to. Somebody must have
gotten some oregano instead of the real stuff. But, you can be sure if
Liked AlainCo’s post in the thread N.Y. Times report on corruption in academic science.Like (Post)Where I agree with THH is that there is no individual problems.
There are few crook in science, who are not the most toxic.
The most toxic are normal people playing the game, backstabbing, bending, running after fashion to get food, and make their…
(Quote from Rigel)
Startup is relatively easy to explain. The interstitial sites (of which there are many, many compared to the dislocation sites) must be filled first, as they are lower energy sites but are not NAE. Explaining the stopping is more…
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I have an alternative idea to the ‘nanocrack’ location for the NAE. Assume a short edge dislocation in the Palladium. For those of you not metallurgists, visualize a 2 cm wide putty knife sticking into the middle of a 10 cm cube…