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Stan Meyer Monograph EPG Analysis and Design
« on: January 05, 2019, 18:23:18 pm »
title page on the design, construction, and mathematics currently being written for ward areas that  should be included
can be sent to me by pm  thanks
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Reply      5 Jan 2019
hey powerthhumper   long time no text ....     so your question  was about the expected  cluster geometry of the argonide series  btw nice work, clever design
I ran it thru the AI sieve and this is the gist of it....

"Using ferric chloride as a starting point,  the  tetrahedral form is highly paramagnetic, as specified. 
A reasonable inference the atomic radii of argon to chlorine , the  nickel argonide clusters would
likely have a similar matrix and maintain the paramagnetic properties required for the application "

Sorry to hear the new of Hunter H's passing  Met him at the 3rd and 4th conferences when we discussed
the mag gas and slurry technologies.  He  had a nice build of the Meyer Mechanical Drive EPG
Never made it to Canada to visit  He'll be miseed.
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Re: Stan Meyer Monograph EPG Analysis and Design
« Reply #1 on: January 10, 2019, 04:09:13 am »
If you dont mind me askin Jim,who was H Hunter that passed?