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Ford Mustang 2020 to get energy boost

The Ford Mustang of the current generation has advanced the pony car game in various ways. Independent rear suspension, 10-speed auto-speakers and an efficient turbocharged four-cylinder engine have made it a far more powerful sports car than ever before. This 310 hp turbo four-engine was so good that it was the base-displaced V6 engine from the line-up in 2018. What …

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No energy? No problem! Get a free movie on Celebration! movie theater

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Energy and celebration of consumers! The cinema has teamed up to handle the power outages this weekend a bit better. With more than 2,000 energy workers and mutual help from around the country working to power the West Michigan communities, residents without electricity can watch a free movie at the party! Movie theater. Around 2,000 free …

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Mollusk with magnetic teeth could be the key to nano-scale energy sources

A team of scientists has made a new discovery about naturally occurring magnetic materials, which in turn could lead to the development of nano-scale energy sources used to power next-generation electronic devices. Researchers from Okayama University, Japan, and UC Riverside's Bourns College of Engineering jointly studied the Wellington Chiton, a kind of mollusk that makes teeth from magnetic mineral magnetite, …

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Magnetic teeth promise material and energy – ScienceDaily

A toothed mollusk that can grind stones can be the key to producing next-generation, non-abrasive and nanoscale materials for power generation. The mollusk, called Wellington Chiton, rubs off algae with a special set of marine rocks from teeth made of magnetic magnetite. The teeth have the maximum hardness and stiffness of a known biomineral. Although magnetite is a geological mineral …

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Magnetic teeth promise material and energy

Gumboot Chiton ( Cryptochiton stelleri ). Picture credits: Kisailus Biomimetics & Nanostructured Materials Lab A mollusk with teeth that can grind rocks may be the key to producing next-generation, nano-scale, abrasion-resistant materials and materials. The mollusk, called Wellington Chiton, scrapes seaweed algae with a special bit of magnetic mineralite. The teeth have the maximum hardness and stiffness of a known …

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