Hypersonic Electromagnetic Propulsion Sustainable Energy
The basic principle of electromagnetic propulsion is that a magnetic field can be used to exert force on an electrically charged object. In this method, an electric current is passed through a wire or coil, generating a magnetic field around the object. The interaction between the magnetic field and the object's electrical charge creates a sustainable force or clean energy that propels the object forward writes J Dean @ Cyborg-Intelligence.com
However, electromagnetic propulsion systems can be complex and expensive to develop and implement. But permanent magnets, if kept and used in optimum working conditions, will keep its magnetism for years and years. For example, it is estimated that a neodymium magnet loses approximately 5% of its magnetism every 100 years. Optimum working conditions include; not subjecting the magnet to temperatures above its maximum operating temperature, protecting from corrosion and not subjecting them to strong demagnetising fields.
In fact, most organic spectroscopy techniques, such as infrared (IR) spectroscopy, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, and ultraviolet-
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