Author Topic: Stanley A Meyer EPG and Stable Room Temperature Magnetic Liquid Compounds  (Read 168 times)

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Stanley A Meyer is said to have designed EPG devices that circulated magnetic gases and liquids
To date, the creation of magnetic gas matrices has proven challenging to the various EPG researchers
and working groups .  While the  EPG design and concepts have been fairly well elucidated by Miner,
Greis, and Hauswirth, et al,' the use of stable magnetic compounds that are single entity liquids may open
up a novel method of electrical generation in the liquid EPG systems.

"Hamaguchi et al. observed magnetic ionic liquids by introducing FeCl4 to the anion part to form
 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium tetrachloroferrate, (Bmim)FeCl4.1,2) A magnetic fluid is a liquid with
magnetic properties. However, a conventional magnetic fluid contains volatile solvents. It causes a
change of viscosity and phase separation by cohesion/precipitation. On the other hand, the magnetic
ionic liquid is a highly stable and non-volatile liquid. Moreover, this magnetic ionic
 liquid responds to a magnetic field by a permanent magnet, because it shows large magnetic
 susceptibility at room temperature.

The magnetic susceptibility can be further increased by the addition of  nano-particles in the 10 to 100 size range
that are used in the ferrofluid technologies. In this situation  the carrier fluid has a magnetic component to it as
well as the particles in suspension.   The kerosene based ferro-fluids such EFH and EMG series Ferrotech(r)
would  be good choice for the Series 6 trial    The ionic/aqueous ferrofluids will be addressed in Series 7 trials

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