128 reputation
4
bio website
location
age
visits member for 2 years, 10 months
seen Mar 5 at 10:19

Nov
28
awarded  Teacher
Nov
27
answered Difference between primitive unit cell and the associated basis?
Nov
27
comment Difference between primitive unit cell and the associated basis?
@RajathKrishnaR it definitely is a valid question.
Oct
17
asked Can the electric polarisation lead to a similar effect like the Anomalous Hall Effect
Feb
18
comment Shielding magnetic field without mu-metal
If money doesn't matter, you could consider a superconducting shield, but I guess thats not an option.
Feb
16
answered Is there a way to directly observe the spin texture of the surface states of topological insulators?
Feb
11
awarded  Scholar
Feb
11
accepted half Skyrmion vs Meron
Feb
9
awarded  Student
Feb
9
asked half Skyrmion vs Meron
Jan
29
comment What practical issues remain for the adoption of Thorium reactors?
Actually severl countries are investing in the research. One of the problems is sustainability. You could build one with todays knowledge, but you wan't to build one wich works savely for roughly 30-40 years. One huge problem for example is the extremely corrosive molten salt.
Jan
28
comment What practical issues remain for the adoption of Thorium reactors?
@AdamRedwine This is not correct, the K-27 submarine used an liquid metal cooled reactor. This is something completely different from an liquid fuel reactor.
Jan
26
answered What practical issues remain for the adoption of Thorium reactors?
Jan
25
comment Can superconducting magnets fly (or repel the earth's core)?
@endolith The question is independant of type of magnet. It's just needed to create a magnetic field.Btw instead of a simple dipole field one could use a more advanced field profile, to avoid the necessity of the rotation.
Jan
25
awarded  Supporter
Jan
25
comment Nonlinear anomalous Hall effect
Do you mean the longitudinal voltage? The AHE is not very well defined, but typically the AHE is proportional to the Magnetisation.
Jan
25
comment Can superconducting magnets fly (or repel the earth's core)?
@endolith he is talking about a superconducting magnet, not a superconductor.
Jan
25
comment Why don't electrons crash into the nuclei they “orbit”?
to 1:They are on the lowest energy level. They can't decay to lower ones. to 2: they don't stop, the planetary model is just that, a model(and a pretty bad one).