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Forcing or Forced Exertions in Amalgamation of Nanoparticles and Particles inside the Solution
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revised on 20.07.2020 and posted on 21.07.2020by Mubarak Ali, I-Nan Lin
The study of forcing or
forced exertions in amalgamating or amalgamated nanoparticles and particles inside
the solution is important for the scientific societies in the fields of
physical, chemical and mathematical sciences. Observing live dynamics of nanoparticles
and particles inside the solution is a challenging task. Again, it is not an appropriate
way to discuss amalgamating nanoparticles and particles based only on visualized
dynamics. However, suitably captured microscopic images can identify different
modes of forcing or forced exertions in amalgamated nanoparticles and particles.
Nanoparticles and particles when just at resting positions amalgamate under resultant
differences of exerting forces, which are not only related to poles of occupied
quadrants, but also related to their own drawn poles. So, colloidal nanoparticles
and particles amalgamate from sides experiencing a greater exertion of force. In
amalgamation of nanoparticles and particles, the exerted force successively remains
in mute, alert and functioning mode. Contrarily, the energy behavior successively
remains in functioning, alert and mute mode. Amalgamation of nanoparticles and
particles depends on their features and conceived focusing lengths. This is
through the resultant differences of exerting forces for two frame of
references. Particles of geometrical shapes largely experience the even
exertion of forces in their amalgamation, which is not the case for distorted particles.
Nanoparticles and particles inside the solution are the best candidates to
track nature of exerting forces, and so is the case with energy behaviors, too.