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    Scientists eye potential of 'sand' for cooling powerful electronics

    Is silicon dioxide with a nanoscale coating more efficient than existing heat sink materials?
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    Re: Scientists eye potential of 'sand' for cooling powerful electronics

    What happened to Oil ?

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    Re: Scientists eye potential of 'sand' for cooling powerful electronics

    It's super conducting or are they just using hyperbole about the heat it can shift? ("Superconducting" is obvious a much bigger deal.)

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    Re: Scientists eye potential of 'sand' for cooling powerful electronics

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    What happened to Oil ?
    It was too crude..............................

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    Re: Scientists eye potential of 'sand' for cooling powerful electronics

    Quote Originally Posted by MercutioUK View Post
    It's super conducting or are they just using hyperbole about the heat it can shift? ("Superconducting" is obvious a much bigger deal.)
    It's an above-room-temperature superb conductor

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