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    Alien Metal
    Posted on Saturday, July 17, 2004 @ 10:53:14 GMT by vlad

    Devices pulsed_ignition writes: Superplasticity in Ultrahigh carbon steel is already known and understood. The Carbon content, I believe currently has the established maximum of 5%.

    This new Super-Ultrahigh Carbon Steel can have over 30% carbon within the steel's molecular structure and its properties are heretofore unknown, requiring extensive testing. SEM with EDS spectra performed at "Three" separate laboratories confirms this scientifically. A couple month ago, the initial SEM work was accomplished on materials created with my Patented Plasma technology.


    Another Plasma produced and SEM/EDS tested material is High Iron content, crystal clear and colorless Diamond Like Carbon, cross-confirmed by Raman Spectra to have the Identical fingerprint as all currently known DLC Films. However, in sharp contrast to DLC film technology - this DLC is particulate, nucleated and generally spherical hydrogenated DLC that may prove to be the "perfect" Semiconductor and may also have Superconductor applications.

    Interested Semiconductor applications companies can inquire at pulsed_ignition@yahoo.com - However, please understand the production protocols are proprietary.

    Warm Regards,
    Chris Arnold President/CEO
    PlasmaKing Corporation


     
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    Re: Alien Metal (Score: 0)
    by Anonymous on Friday, July 23, 2004 @ 13:23:29 GMT
    In case anybody wonders why this is important, aside from the obvious superconductor applications, is the high carbon content. High-carbon materials hold heat for a long time before releasing it, and in materials science, that's a good thing. Space Shuttle reentry tiles kind of good thing.

    So a metal that is also high-capacity heat insulator and a superconductor to boot? Lots of applications in rocketry, combustion and rocket engine manifolds, even telecommunications and computer circuit boards. Now to see what the weight-to-strength ratio is on this new metal. Thin foil-like quantities is OK but not great. Heavy armor-plating is also limited use. Something close to titatium would make the military interested. Better strength and lighter than anything we have and high-carbon and superconductor to boot? Instant "black" classification.



     

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