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For all the latest Ahmedabad News download Indian Express App More Related NewsPublished: January 29 2017 1:54 pm Researchers squeezed a tiny hydrogen sample at more than 717 million pounds-per-square inch – greater than the pressure at the centre of the Earth (Source: Harvard Gazette) Related News Nearly a century after it was theorised Harvard scientists claim to have succeeded in creating the rarest and potentially one of the most valuable materials on the planet – atomic metallic hydrogen In addition to helping scientists answer fundamental questions about the nature of matter the material is theorised to have a wide range of applications including as a room-temperature superconductor “This is the holy grail of high-pressure physics” said Professor Isaac Silvera from Harvard University in the US “It’s the first-ever sample of metallic hydrogen on Earth so when you’re looking at it you’re looking at something that’s never existed before” said Silvera To create it researchers squeezed a tiny hydrogen sample at 495 gigapascal or more than 717 million pounds-per-square inch – greater than the pressure at the centre of the Earth Watch all our videos from Express Technology At those extreme pressures solid molecular hydrogen breaks down and the tightly bound molecules dissociate to transform into atomic hydrogen which is a metal Silvera said While the research offers an important new window into understanding the general properties of hydrogen it also offers tantalising hints at potentially revolutionary new materials “One prediction that’s very important is metallic hydrogen is predicted to be meta-stable” Silvera said “That means if you take the pressure off it will stay metallic similar to the way diamonds form from graphite under intense heat and pressure but remains a diamond when that pressure and heat is removed” he said Understanding whether the material is stable is important Silvera said because predictions suggest metallic hydrogen could act as a superconductor at room temperatures “That would be revolutionary As much as 15 per cent of energy is lost to dissipation during transmission so if you could make wires from this material and use them in the electrical grid it could change that story” he said Also Read:Scientists create detailed map of the Milky Way Among the holy grails of physics a room temperature superconductor could radically change our transportation system making magnetic levitation of high-speed trains possible as well as making electric cars more efficient and improving the performance of many electronic devices said Ranga Dias post-doctoral fellow at Harvard The material could also provide major improvements in energy production and storage – because superconductors have zero resistance energy could be stored by maintaining currents in superconducting coils and then be used when needed Though it has the potential to transform life on Earth metallic hydrogen could also play a key role in helping humans explore the far reaches of space as the most powerful rocket propellant yet discovered researchers said Read More: New way to create fuel from water “It takes a tremendous amount of energy to make metallic hydrogen” Silvera said “And if you convert it back to molecular hydrogen all that energy is released so it would make it the most powerful rocket propellant known to man and could revolutionise rocketry” he said The most powerful fuels in use today are characterised by a “specific impulse” – a measure in seconds of how fast a propellant is fired from the back of a rocket – of 450 seconds The specific impulse for metallic hydrogen by comparison is theorised to be 1700 seconds “That would easily allow you to explore the outer planets We would be able to put rockets into orbit with only one stage versus two and could send up larger payloads so it could be very important” Silvera said To create the new material Silvera and Dias turned to one of the hardest materials on Earth – diamond Rather than natural diamond Silvera and Dias used two small pieces of carefully polished synthetic diamond which were then treated to make them even tougher and then mounted opposite each other in a device known as a diamond anvil cell Also Read: ‘Mars-quakes’ could produce energy source to support life “Diamonds are polished with diamond powder and that can gouge out carbon from the surface When we looked at the diamond using atomic force microscopy we found defects which could cause it to weaken and break” Silvera said The solution he said was to use a reactive ion etching process to shave a tiny layer – just five microns thick or about one-tenth of a human hair – from the diamond’s surface The diamonds were then coated with a thin layer of alumina to prevent the hydrogen from diffusing into their crystal structure and embrittling them The research was published in the journal Science For all the latest Technology News download Indian Express App More Related NewsKathryn Partin William A Cotton/CSU Photography Director of HHS scientific fraud office is out after stormy 2-year tenure By Jocelyn KaiserNov 20 2017 4:10 PM The controversial director of the office that polices research fraud in US-funded biomedical labs is temporarily moving to another agency Kathy Partin has been removed after nearly 2 years as director of the US Office of Research Integrity (ORI) in Rockville Maryland according to Retraction Watch which broke the story today But Partin reportedly has hired an attorney and plans to challenge the decision Partin’s move was announced on Friday along with several other departmental staff changes in an internal memo from the acting assistant secretary for health at the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) in Washington DC The memo states that on 4 December Partin “will begin a 90-day detail” or temporary assignment in the Office of the Vice President for Research at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda Maryland Partin was asked to leave and clear out her office according to Linda Schutjer a former colleague of Partin’s at Colorado State University (CSU) in Fort Collins who is quoted by Retraction Watch An email to Partin seeking comment drew an automatic reply saying she is on annual leave ORI oversees research integrity in studies funded by the National Institutes of Health and other HHS agencies Partin joined ORI in December 2015 after serving as an administrator at CSU Within months she was clashing with staff including the directors of ORI’s investigative and education divisions In May 2016 six of the office’s scientist investigators wrote to Partin’s HHS bosses expressing concerns about her leadership and warning that “tensions and conflict” are “tearing this office apart” At the time Partin declined to comment on the concerns But she told Science that she was launching a review of ORI wanted faster closure of cases and planned to learn from the National Science Foundation which handles misconduct differently—it pursues more plagiarism cases for example Since then departures from ORI have mounted Education Division Director Zoe Hammett left in December 2016 Susan Garfinkel who headed the investigative division moved on this month That division now has only four full-time scientific investigators about half the number it had when Partin arrived ORI historically has issued about a dozen research misconduct findings a year but delivered only seven in 2016 and five so far this year Partin herself had begun leading investigations as well as making decisions about findings In the past to help ensure the objectivity of ORI’s determinations the ORI director was not directly involved in investigations In one recent case ORI issued findings about just a single fraudulent paper from a researcher at the University of Florida in Gainesville who had already retracted eight papers after his university investigated Partin justified ORI’s narrow focus as an effort to conserve resources But ORI staff and others were dismayed that ORI did not also act on the university’s own findings ORI’s decision “is an affront to the [university’s] time consuming and expensive effort” and along with Partin’s dual role “sets an unfortunate precedent for how other complex cases might be handled” commented retired ORI Deputy Director John Dahlberg on Retraction Watch Wanda Jones senior adviser to the HHS assistant secretary for Health will serve as ORI interim director during Partin’s detail *Correction 21 November 11 am: Wanda Jones’s title has been correctedWritten by Aman Sood | Fatehgarh Sahib | Published: December 26 2009 1:18 am Related News Bringing up a joint front against the Badal governmentPanthic organisations have decided to contest the upcoming SGPC polls urging Sikh groups across the world to prevent SAD members from addressing religious gatherings in their areas The announcements came following a rally held by these radical groups which came together at the Jor Mela on Friday Taking a tough stance against the SAD president and Punjab CM Parkash Singh Badalmembers of the Khalsa Action Committee (KAC)SAD (Panch Pardhani)Dal KhalsaPanthic Council and Sikh Students Federation joined hands to cleanse the SGPC from the corrupt gang of Badal and his coterie.s father must be put to judicial scrutiny. “So, and he spoke of? how walking in the footsteps of his Lord led the saint to see the importance of imagination in Christian prayer.

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