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This Material Could Spark a Technological Revolution

And lab results are looking promising

The above device, called a diamond anvil cell, is used to apply pressure to samples in a laboratory.

What if I told you there was a material that could become the world’s most powerful rocket propellant, releasing 20 times more specific energy than is released by the engines of the Space Shuttle? Or that this same material could become the first ever room-temperature superconductor — an advancement that would…




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Ella Alderson

Ella Alderson

Astrophysics student, writer for over a decade. A passion for language and the unexplored universe. I aim to marry poetry and science.

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