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Scientists Transform Concrete into Liquid Metal

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Researchers at the Illinois-based Argonne National Laboratory and the Japan Synchrotron Radiation Research Institute have developed a method for turning concrete into a liquid metal semiconductor. The process involves a laser beam that can heat materials to 3,632 degrees Fahrenheit - an integral part of how the concrete becomes semi-conducting metal.

Source: A May 28 posting on the Design & Trend Web site. Read more.

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