Monday, August 20, 2007

stills from the NASA data storage system

Still working/waiting on the simulation for these, but here are some still shots recreating NASA's CNT data storage system:

The yellow atoms are fluorine and the white ones are hydrogen. In the original diagram fluorine is being used to represent a binary one, and hydrogen a zero. I am looking into how this is all supposed to work. Right now I think it must have something to do with moving electrons away from the blue nitrogen atom to the fluorines, just based on the electron affinities of these atoms.
Anyone with anything else to add?

Also, in the interest of disclosure, today was my first day as a full-time Nanorex employee.

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