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Old 06-08-2019, 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Turion View Post
I didnít plan to stabilize it at all. Just melt and
pour into molds to TRY it as a stand alone core material. .......... but
thatís what experimenting is all about.

Any info on the use of Bismuth so I can understand the reason for
having it would be deeply appreciated. I see levitation on youtube
but that can't be why (to lighten the rig) you would put this in
Ferrite.

Me no savvy on it's purpose or even a guess what effects it may have.

I like chemistry of all kinds.

Don't be afraid to react your dust with the few commonly used caustics
such as sodium hydroxide or potassium. The few minutes it takes to
dry it out is nominal.

Sulfuric, Boric, Hydrochloric and caustics. The benefits are also reduced
particle size so your compound will not only fit more tightly mechanically
but will connect your dust in a way electrically, magnetically and ionically
as per the data.

We have the advantage of seeing the basics all mapped out for us. If
you have time

This pathway of reacting dust is used for soft low temp Ferrite composites.
The goal is to get the dust particulate to do the same job for less.

I did not know you were capable of melting metal dust or set up for that.




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