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New paper on Graphene

Post by Nevyn on Fri Jan 05, 2018 6:16 pm

Another new paper is out and waiting for your eager eyes to soak up. We have had a few attempts at discussions on Graphene and Graphite and this paper should help those along a little bit. I really enjoy the nuclear papers. They were the first of Miles' work that I started to feel like I was understanding at a deeper level. I had played with stacked spins and even had the beginnings of the desktop Spin Sim app when Miles started to write about nuclear structure but I was still trying to bring it all together into a coherent understanding. I guess the difference is that the quantum world is so far out of reach that it is all just theory. Nuclear modeling is a bit more grounded. It is a bit easier to see how it all works, especially after building Atomic Viewer.

Of course this new paper pushes me into new territory. It isn't really that new because it is based on the same concepts as the Methane paper. However, now that there are 3 molecules that can alter their nuclear structure based on an external charge field (that Miles has shown, obviously there will be lots of others), it makes it more of a requirement. I need to find a way to incorporate this stuff into AV 2.0. I need to include the charge field, which has only been a visual thing so far, not really part of building the structures.

Did I just hear Airman yell "Hooah!"? Rightly so. He is correct, we need to incorporate the charge field more. I just wish it was as easy to do as it is to say. We will get there. Eventually.

http://milesmathis.com/graphene.pdf
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Re: New paper on Graphene

Post by Cr6 on Thu Jan 11, 2018 1:44 am

I hear you Nevyn.... these are the type of papers where I feel I could get in the ring with Mathis and put up a decent fight... but he has a few moves that just hit and drop me (that is my brain drops to the floor).  My brain is usually left pretty beat up.
This paper was a succession of many repeated right-crosses with a quick left hook.

Looks like certain shapes/flow directions have the flexibility to reshape atoms/molecules fairly dynamically. I'd like to see more case examples around the step up/down of photons or alphas pivoting. Would you need more examples and definitions? I see Graphene as something of the "queen bee" of helpful molecules in the future. The properties of it really confound the standard theories around bonding and superconducting -- Mathis' definition of it is non-trivial to say the least.

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Re: New paper on Graphene

Post by LongtimeAirman on Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:06 pm

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Nevyn, Hooah! Or in this case the battlecry - Charge!!!!

Cr6, I concur. I'm sure we're making progress, even though the complexity does seem to have increased. One step at a time.
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Re: New paper on Graphene

Post by Nevyn on Thu Jan 11, 2018 10:29 pm

Yes, more examples and descriptions would be good, but I think I just need to think more mathematically about nuclear structure (or Miles does it for me Very Happy). It has been a dream for quite a few years now and I have tried to do it at times, but with limited success. I need to devote some serious time to it, but I have so much on my plate at the moment. I hope to get back into AV later this year, so I will see what I can come up with.
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