Why does light have no mass, if it has energy?

I was recently talking about the concept of mass and, in short, at the entrance I came to the conclusion that the mass is nothing more than a manifestation of the different types of energy that make up an object. […] But, after reading the entry, some readers have a…

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A new Spanish nanomaterial for energy storage

Scientists from the Autonomous University of Madrid have discovered a material in the form of sheets of atomic thickness, called antimonene. It has a structure similar to that of graphene, but instead of carbon atoms it is composed of antimony atoms. The results are promising for the development of more…

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A new Spanish nanomaterial for energy storage

Scientists from the Autonomous University of Madrid have discovered a material in the form of sheets of atomic thickness, called antimonene. It has a structure similar to that of graphene, but instead of carbon atoms it is composed of antimony atoms. The results are promising for the development of more…

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A new Spanish nanomaterial for energy storage

Scientists from the Autonomous University of Madrid have discovered a material in the form of sheets of atomic thickness, called antimonene. It has a structure similar to that of graphene, but instead of carbon atoms it is composed of antimony atoms. The results are promising for the development of more…

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Slow death in Siberia

The Forest Peoples organization, Fern, and the Coal Action Network have just published Slow Death in Siberia. The report notes how Europe’s coal dependency is devastating the forests of Russia and the Shor indigenous people. Slow death in Siberia draws a dark spot of coal dust from the Russian region…

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German scientists develop solar cells that store energy

The new cell is based on a storage system that depends on two hydrocarbons: norbornadiene (NBD) and cudriciclan (QC). The system is created when the light hits a norbornadiene molecule, which causes a reaction that transforms the molecule into quadricyclic. This process, according to the research team, is capable of…

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Solar energy grows all over the world except Spain

The data show the ridiculous solar to which the last governments of our country have taken us and to which the current one continues to lead us. Last year Germany installed another 1,750 MW of photovoltaic power, a little less than Turkey, which gave a spectacular acceleration by installing almost…

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