Alexander Bolonkin. Femtotechnology. Ab-matter. Properties, Stability, Possibility Production and Applications
Submitted on: Mar 24, 2014, 14:40:49
Natural Sciences / Physics / Condensed Matter Physics
Description: Designs of new forms of matter composed of nucleons (neutrons, protons), electrons, and other nuclear particles are detailed. This matter is measured in the femtometer (10-15 m) scale (‚Eúfemtotechnology‚EĚ), which is millions of times smaller than material on the nanometer (10-9 m) scale (‚Eúnanotechnology‚EĚ). These new femto-needles, femto-tubes have extraordinary properties such as tensile strength, stiffness, hardness, critical temperature, superconductivity, super-transparency and zero friction. All of these properties are magnified millions of times in comparison to those of conventional molecular matter. Applications include concepts of design for aircraft, ships, transportation, thermonuclear reactors, constructions, and so on from nuclear matter. These vehicles will have unbelievable possibilities such as invisibility, ghost-like penetration through any walls and armor, protection from nuclear bomb explosions and any radiation flux. But many readers asked about stability of the nuclear matter. It is well-known that the conventional nuclear matter having more than 92 protons or more than 238 nucleons became instable. In given work the author shows the special artificial forms of nuclear AB-matter which make its stability and give the fantastic properties. For example, by the offered AB-needle you can pierce any body without any damage, support motionless satellite, reach the other planet, and research Earth‚Eôs interior. These forms of nuclear matter are not in nature now, and nanotubes are also not in nature. That artificial matter is made by men. The AB-matter is also not natural now, but researching and investigating their possibility, stability and properties are necessary for creating them.
The abstract of this article will be published in the March 2014 issue of "Intellectual Archive Bulletin", ISSN 1929-1329.
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