Scientists created “diamond rain” to mimic icy planets like Neptune

  1. Scientists created “diamond rain” to mimic icy planets like Neptune  Quartz
  2. Scientists Make It Rain Diamonds In The Lab  Forbes
  3. Conditions like those inside Neptune cause diamond formation  Ars Technica
  4. Scientists Create ‘Diamond Rain’ That Forms in the Interior of Icy Giant Planets  Stanford Report
  5. Uranus is probably full of giant diamonds  Popular Science
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Scientists created “diamond rain” to mimic icy planets like Neptune

  1. Scientists created “diamond rain” to mimic icy planets like Neptune  Quartz
  2. Scientists Make It Rain Diamonds In The Lab  Forbes
  3. Stanford lab makes nanodiamond rain but on Uranus and Neptune diamonds would be millions of carats  Next Big Future
  4. Uranus is probably full of giant diamonds  Popular Science
  5. Scientists Create ‘Diamond Rain’ That Forms in the Interior of Icy Giant Planets  Stanford Report
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Dispersants improved air quality for responders at Deepwater Horizon

A study published Aug. 28, 2017, in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences adds a new dimension to the controversial decision to inject large amounts of chemical dispersants immediately above the crippled oil well at the seafloor during the Deepwater Horizon disaster in 2010. The dispersants may have significantly reduced the amount of harmful gases in the air at the sea surface—diminishing health risks for emergency responders and allowing them to keep working to stop the uncontrolled spill and clean up the spilled oil sooner.