Pioneering Space Station Experiment Keeps Reactions In Suspense

Friday, December 12, 2008 - 11:14 in Physics & Chemistry

A revolutionary container-less chemical reactor has been installed on the International Space Station. The reactor, named Space-DRUMS, uses beams of sound to position chemicals in mid-air so they don’t come into contact with the walls of the container.

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