I wonder if such research might lead to an explanation for the hexagonal cloud formation at Saturn’s North pole?
That one already has a solid explanation as a hexagonal resonance due to the difference in cloud speeds at differing latitudes. Apparently Saturn's atmosphere has just the right viscosity (or lack thereof) to allow it to happen.
There's a physics demo floating around also showing the resonance using a spinning bucket and some water. No electric fields needed to explain that one!
What's the discovery?
As a teenager I observed the formation of crystals in a bath of Copper Sulphate solution by introducing an electrical charge. I investigated the phenomenon, well known by this point, and wrote up a conclusion on why it occurred. Am I missing something in this story?
I'm ,by no means, a boffin.
Re: What's the discovery?
Actually, no I'm not.
Thank you for being racially offended by proxy on behalf of the Asian subcontinent.
Re: Am I missing something in this story?
What you are missing is that for more information, you read the research paper (which is freely available online, and linked in the article).
I like to quote the Mpemba effect when someone makes the mistake of using logic (or the lack of it) instead of experimentation. I tried to discuss this with a con-trail conspiracy believer but made little progress :(
So well done Muhammad Shaheer Niazi.
Edit: Mpemba was initially mocked for his observation.
Yes, and every time I see that mentioned, the part that I immediately get reminded of is this one:
"In 2016, Burridge and Linden defined the criterion as the time to reach 0 °C (32 °F), carried out experiments and reviewed published work to date. They noted that the large difference originally claimed had not been replicated, and that studies showing a small effect could be influenced by variations in the positioning of thermometers. They say " We conclude, somewhat sadly, that there is no evidence to support meaningful observations of the Mpemba effect"."
I'd always assumed it was simply due to the unheated water containing more dissolved air and hence having its freezing point slightly lower due to the solute effect.
Ohm my god
more financial layout required.
Last thing a Scotsman living in Yorkshire needs.
You couldn't resist that could you?
"The boy done good."
Let us hope he channels it into something positive.
honeycombs to graphene