Thanks for your reply!
Attached is a copy of the paper.
Essentially, we're trying to make a PN junction using two ionic liquids. Maybe one...
We're trying to do what was performed in this paper: http://www.sciencemag.org/content/313/5792/1416.full build a PN junction out of two ionic liquids
There isn't allot of material readily available on the net about this (at least to my poor eyes!)... any thoughts would be hugely appreciated :cool::)
Any other ideas?:confused:
A friend was able to make hexaflorophosphate and Sodium (Na+ and PF6-) ...are these too expensive to make?
Sorry for my noobish question... I've...
No because the sun will burn out someday.
Yes because oil is recreated over hundreds of thousands of years.
It's about perspective :)
I was hoping something that would stay liquid at room temp (>20C)
I don't want to spend more than $1-5 per liquid liter in raw materials
Are you serious? Is this another add on to try to boost your post count for whatever reason?
I asked my question in my op....
Saline is cheap because salt and water don't cost much.
However using gold electrodes is expensive.
So is anything that uses substantial amounts of...
KJK, thanks for your post... we'll be starting on this tomorrow, so I'll get the scoop then. But do you know of any low temp ionic liquids?
Is anyone aware of low temp ionic liquids that are inexpensive and at least fairly easy to make in the lab?
Wow, lots of provocation.
Did anyone see the guy talking about Dawkins and Hawking on Oreilly a few weeks ago?
+1 on KJK's post
Are people not supposed to be present when he sprays or something?
They said the opposite about WMDs and were wrong...
Jay Leno does this with ratings, and he wins.... atl east according to howard stern
Sorry about that post, I got a bit mixed up in my typing. I meant alternative ionic liquids, such as ones that could be partly derived from saline...
Is it possible to derive PF6- (Hexafluorophosphate) from other elements, maybe sodium chlorate?
Very small, I think .75 mils.
I was sure that the probes didn't penetrate. It took some electrode surface area to get a reading though. Even just...
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