|When nanoparticles become like giant fractal atoms|
“A connecting link between single molecules and hierarchical nanostructures”, Zheng says.
Haimei Zheng scientist at Berkeley Lab Materials got the team credit for how attached nanoparticles evolve into nanorods. Real-time observations of growing nanorods from nanoparticles, showed a sudden single nanoparticle transformation, when they started acting like artificial atoms during crystal growth. Only single nanoparticles exist at first during the beginning of crystal growth, until small chains of nanoparticles dominate, until ultimately only long chains exist. Zheng says “as nanoparticles become attached they initially form winding polycrystalline chains, that eventually align and attach end-to-end to form nanowires that straighten and stretch into single crystal nanorods with length-to-thickness ratios up to 40:1.” The milky way galaxy’s central bulge or magnetic bar length-to-thickness ratio is 27:1 and the milky way galaxy is 1,000 light years thick, 100,000 light years in diameter length, with an elongated central bulge bar structure stretching 27,000 light years from end-to-end, which supports the theory that nanoparticles shape galaxies and disks.
dusty protostar disk around TW Hydrae is likely formed by nanoparticles
Nanoscale graphene structures are tunable plasmonic mediums having electrical and magnetic links connecting together quantum physics theories and cosmology.