New Liquid Thermomagnetism Phenomenon Discovered in Russia
Scientists at Perm State University, West Urals discovered a new physical phenomenon; thermomagnetic waves that generate in nano-saturated liquids. With the new magnetic waves, scientists are believed to be able to control movement of liquids impregnated with metallic nanoparticles. This discovery may pave the way in the near future for developing technologies that enable a very targeted impact of a drug on a specific human organ without affecting other tissues, or make it possible to control the flow of liquids in the body. This discovery can also be used to control heat exchange in zero gravity. When saturated with metallic nanoparticles, liquids have magnetic waves generating and changing the properties of those liquids; a fluid medium begins to react to a magnetic field, can change form, and move around arbitrarily. According to the inventor, the phenomenon may be applied to not only medicine, but to space travel technologies as well.