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fomites
/ˈfəʊmɪtiːz/

nounMEDICINE
noun: fomite
1objects or materials which are likely to carry infection, such as clothes, utensils, and furniture.

Origin

early 19th century: from Latin, plural of fomes, literally ‘touchwood, tinder’.

NHS website:👇🏻
clothes👈🏻
/kləʊ(ð)z/

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Origin

Old English clāthas, plural of clāth (see cloth).👈🏻
cloth
/klɒθ/


noun: cloth; plural noun: cloths; noun: the cloth

1.
woven or felted fabric made from wool, cotton, or a similar fibre."a broad piece of pleated cloth"
plural of clāþ (“cloth”),
threads
1Third-person singular simple present indicative form of thread
a covering made of fibre or gauze and fitting over the nose and mouth to protect against air pollutants
Air pollution is a mixture of solid particles and gases in the air.
Air pollutants are natural and artificial airborne substances that are introduced into the environment in a concentration sufficient to have a measurable effect on humans, animals, vegetation, or building materials.
Aerosolization is the process or act of converting some physical substance into the form of particles small and light enough to be carried on the air i.e. into an aerosol.
Aerosolization refers to a process of intentionally

oxidatively

converting

and suspending particles

or a composition in a moving stream of air for the purpose of delivering the oxidized particles or composition to a particular location.
location

/lə(ʊ)ˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

position

place

situation

site

locality

locale

spot

whereabouts

point

placement

scene

setting

area

environment

bearings

orientation

venue

address

locus
late 16th century: from Latin locatio(n- ), from the verb locare (see locate).

Echolocation is the use of sound waves and echoes to determine where objects are in space.
What is an AEROSOL? • Simply defined- tiny particles

or droplets suspended in air.
Nanoparticles can be classified into different types according to the size, morphology, physical and chemical properties.
Some of them are carbon-based nanoparticles, ceramic nanoparticles, metal nanoparticles, semiconductor nanoparticles, polymeric nanoparticles and lipid-based nanoparticles.
But in the last few decades, nanotechnology-based ophthalmic formulations have been intensively analysed in the area of drug delivery to anterior and posterior parts of the eye.
Systems based on nanotechnology with adequate nanoparticle size can be formed to achieve lower irritation and inflammation and better bioavailability and interaction of a drug with ocular tissue.
The nanocarrier-based approach led to the development of nanoparticles, nanosuspensions, nanoemulsions, liposomes, nanomicelles, niosomes, nanocrystals and dendrimers for ocular drug delivery.
These systems have significant advancements compared to conventional systems, particularly if they are observed as systems for drug delivery to the posterior eye part.
Besides advantages, the nanoparticle use in these circumstances could be a reason for concern, because of certain (((toxic))) effects noticed in some (understatement) studies.
Filtration efficiency test of nanofibrous media requires particle generator to produce particles with small count median diameter (CMD) and high production rate.
In EN 1822-5 standard, material recommended for particle generation is diethylhexylsebacyte (DEHS) due to its low volatility and stability.
To obtain stable particle size and safe operation environment, it is preferred to use pure DEHS rather than solution with DEHS dissolved in solvent. In this work, two methods were used to reduce size of particles from pneumatic atomizer: mesh attachment and quick dilution.
The results showed that the mesh can effectively reduce the CMD without compromising particle output, and quick dilution can significantly reduce the CMD with a higher particle output.
By attaching mesh, the nozzle outlet with multiple holes can take advantage of smaller nozzle size while keeping enough airflow rate to draw the liquid.
The quick dilution can greatly reduce the particle concentration right after spraying, and hence slow down the rate of particle coagulation.
With mesh attached and dilution flow rate of 105 L/min, CMD of particles from improved atomizer was 104 nm, which was 56 nm smaller than that of original atomizer, and particle output was 6.30 × 1012 #/min, which was 3 times higher than that of original
swirl
/swəːl/


verb: swirl; 3rd person present: swirls; past tense: swirled; past participle: swirled; gerund or present participle: swirling

1move in a twisting or spiralling pattern."the smoke was swirling around him"
whirl

eddy

billow

spiral

wind

churn

swish

agitate

circulate

revolve

spin

twist

gyrate

flow

ripple

stream

surge

seethe

foam

froth

boil

ferment
cause to move in a twisting or spiralling pattern.

"swirl a little cream into the soup"
swirl; plural noun: swirls

1a quantity of something moving in a twisting or spiralling pattern.

"swirls of dust swept across the floor"
a twisting or spiralling movement or pattern.

"she emerged with a swirl of skirts"
late Middle English (originally Scots in the sense ‘whirlpool’): perhaps of Low German or Dutch origin; compare with Dutch zwirrelen ‘to whirl’.
From Middle English whirlen, contracted from earlier *whervelen, possibly from Old English *hweorflian, frequentative form of Old English hweorfan (“to turn”), itself from Proto-Germanic *hwerbaną (“turn”); or perhaps from Old Norse hvirfla (“to go round, spin”).
whirl (third-person singular simple present whirls, present participle whirling, simple past and past participle whirled)

1(intransitive) To rotate, revolve, spin or turn rapidly.
Let’s take back our world.
Air is actually a collection of very small molecules; oxygen gas and nitrogen gas are molecules made from two atoms each. Only the noble gases readily exist as single atoms.
Quantum dots are sometimes referred to as artificial atoms

phys.org/news/2019-12-c…
Can you breath in a mask?
Carbon in diamond form has a different density than graphite because of its atomic lattice structure. But this estimate at least establishes the kind of atomic sizes expected. A typical atomic diameter is 0.3 nm. How do you find out about things you can't see?
More recently, the filtration efficiency of surgical masks and N95 FFRs against MS2 virus particles in the 10–80 nm range was reported (Balazy et al. 2006).
Quantum dots are tiny particles or nanocrystals of a semiconducting material with diameters in the range of 2-10 nanometers (10-50 atoms).
No filter?
Quantum dots (2-10nm) encapsulated in Ms2 (VLPs) virus like (fake) particles (nanoparticles)?
Why is doxorubicin called the Red Devil?
This agent has earned its infamous nickname, the red devil, based on its bright red (Kool-Aid red) color, vesicant properties, and side-effect profile, including hair loss, myelosuppression, nausea and vomiting, mouth sores, and rare but serious cardiotoxicity.
Quantum dot 585?
Look at it this way...
Paramagnetic lipid?
magnetic resonance imagine?
MRIs employ powerful magnets which produce a strong magnetic field that forces protons in the body to align with that field.
When a radiofrequency current is then pulsed through the patient, the protons are stimulated, and spin out of equilibrium, straining against the pull of the magnetic field.
When the radiofrequency field is turned off, the MRI sensors are able to detect the energy released as the protons realign with the magnetic field.
...as the protons realign with the magnetic field...
Quantum entanglement, still observed at 300 K, indicates that proton transfer is a thermally activated coherent superposition of macroscopic tunnelling states. This work adds a crystalline solid to the list of systems with 'super' properties.
Quantum entanglement is a physical phenomenon that occurs when a pair or group of particles are generated, interact, or share spatial proximity in a way such that the quantum state of each particle of the pair or group cannot be described independently of the state of the others,
including when the particles are separated by a large distance. The topic of quantum entanglement is at the heart of the disparity between classical and quantum physics: entanglement is a primary feature of quantum mechanics lacking in classical mechanics.
Quantum entanglement has been demonstrated experimentally with photons,[10][11] neutrinos,[12] electrons,[13][14] molecules as large as buckyballs,[15][16] and even small diamonds.[17][18]
The utilization of entanglement in communication, computation and quantum radar is a very active area of research and development.
A solar cell, or photovoltaic cell, is an electrical device that converts the energy of light directly into electricity by the photovoltaic effect, which is a physical and chemical phenomenon.
Solar cells are described as being photovoltaic, irrespective of whether the source is sunlight or an artificial light.
In addition to producing energy, they can be used as a photodetector (for example infrared detectors), detecting light or other electromagnetic radiation near the visible range, or measuring light intensity.
The operation of a photovoltaic (PV) cell requires three basic attributes:
•The absorption of light, generating either electron-hole pairs or excitons.
•The separation of charge carriers of opposite types.
The separate extraction of those carriers to an external circuit.
In contrast, a solar thermal collector supplies heat by absorbing sunlight, for the purpose of either direct heating or indirect electrical power generation from heat.
A "photoelectrolytic cell" (photoelectrochemical cell), on the other hand, refers either to a type of photovoltaic cell (like that developed by Edmond Becquerel and modern dye-sensitized solar cells),
or to a device that splits water directly into hydrogen and oxygen using only solar illumination.
Multiple solar cells in an integrated group, all oriented in one plane, constitute a solar photovoltaic panel or module.
Photovoltaic modules often have a sheet of glass on the sun-facing side, allowing light to pass while protecting the semiconductor wafers.
Last year, Intel was able to take a few steps forward towards the commercialization of quantum computing.

A 17-qubit superconducting chip was built followed by CEO Brian Krzanich showing off a test chip at CES 2018 with 49 qubits.
Microwave is a form of electromagnetic radiation with wavelengths ranging from about one meter to one millimeter; with frequencies between 300 MHz (1 m) and 300 GHz (1 mm)
Classically, electromagnetic radiation consists of electromagnetic waves, which are synchronized oscillations of electric and magnetic fields. In a vacuum, electromagnetic waves travel at the speed of light, commonly denoted c.
In homogeneous, isotropic media, the oscillations of the two fields are perpendicular to each other and perpendicular to the direction of energy and wave propagation, forming a transverse wave.
The wavefront of electromagnetic waves emitted from a point source (such as a light bulb) is a sphere.
Electromagnetic waves are emitted by electrically charged particles undergoing acceleration, and these waves can subsequently interact with other charged particles, exerting force on them.
EM waves carry energy, momentum and angular momentum away from their source particle and can impart those quantities to matter with which they interact.
Electromagnetic radiation is associated with those EM waves that are free to propagate themselves ("radiate") without the continuing influence of the moving charges that produced them, because they have achieved sufficient distance from those charges.
Thus, EMR is sometimes referred to as the far field. In this language, the near field refers to EM fields near the charges and current that directly produced them, specifically electromagnetic induction and electrostatic induction phenomena.
In quantum mechanics, an alternate way of viewing EMR is that it consists of photons, uncharged elementary particles with zero rest mass which are the quanta of the electromagnetic force, responsible for all electromagnetic interactions.
Quantum electrodynamics is the theory of how EMR interacts with matter on an atomic level. Quantum effects provide additional sources of EMR, such as the transition of electrons to lower energy levels in an atom and black-body radiation.[
In December 2015, Google announced that the D-Wave 2X outperforms both simulated annealing and Quantum Monte Carlo by up to a factor of 100,000,000 on a set of hard optimization problems.
D-Wave's architecture differs from traditional quantum computers. It is not known to be polynomially equivalent to a universal quantum computer and, in particular, cannot execute Shor's algorithm because Shor's algorithm is not a hillclimbing process.
Shor's algorithm requires a universal quantum computer. D-Wave claims only to do quantum annealing.
A Schottky barrier, named after Walter H. Schottky, is a potential energy barrier for electrons formed at a metal–semiconductor junction. Schottky barriers have rectifying characteristics, suitable for use as a diode.
One of the primary characteristics of a Schottky barrier is the Schottky barrier height, denoted by ΦB (see figure). The value of ΦB depends on the combination of metal and semiconductor.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schottky_…

In reality, what can happen is that charged interface states can pin the Fermi level at a certain energy value no matter the work function values, influencing the barrier height for both carriers.
This is due to the fact that the chemical termination of the semiconductor crystal against a metal creates electron states within its band gap.
The nature of these metal-induced gap states and their occupation by electrons tends to pin the center of the band gap to the Fermi level, an effect known as Fermi level pinning.
A subsequent bandpass filter selects the desired harmonic frequency and removes the unwanted fundamental and other harmonics from the output.
A band-pass filter or bandpass filter (BPF) is a device that passes frequencies within a certain range and rejects (attenuates) frequencies outside that range.
One area of research in which attenuation plays a prominent role, is in ultrasound physics.
Attenuation in fiber optics, also known as transmission loss, is the reduction in intensity of the light beam (or signal) with respect to distance travelled through a transmission medium.
An optical ring resonator is a set of waveguides in which at least one is a closed loop coupled to some sort of light input and output. (These can be, but are not limited to being, waveguides.)
Let’s do this...
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