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Hydrogen Isotope Separation Using Graphene at Lower Energy Cost

05/11/2017 10:03 AM

University of Manchester's Andre Geim reports on isotope separation enhancement using graphene

The above link appeared in a weekly newsletter I receive. It really glosses over everything of how, what, and just how efficient such a separation is, other than calling it a "milestone".

Ok, granted, but at least a clue as to isotope transport ratios? Hard data? A link to the published (or not published) research so that other interested parties could learn something useful would be nice. Is this all that classified that a Ph.D. in physical chemistry can't touch it? I mean, come on.

Anyone in our forum care to enlighten me on this?

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05/11/2017 1:47 PM
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Re: Hydrogen Isotope Separation Using Graphene at Lower Energy Cost

05/11/2017 3:52 PM

dnag it! How did you find that? Good work! That, by the way, is a well-written article by someone with a decent command of the English language.

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05/11/2017 1:55 PM

You found it. Excellent!

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