Gee is a writer and editor with a background in materials science, having authored numerous reports, technical notes, articles, manuals, and presentations in the field. An experienced content developer for complex STEM topics, Gee is also an editor or reviewer for three peer-reviewed scientific journals, a contributor to two O'Reilly design books, and editor of three small business blogs.
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Traditional theories held that the Earth’s core and mantle formed over tens of millions of years due to gradual, random collisions between large bodies. New research supports a rapid-accretion model for Earth, which means that this pivotal formation stage lasted only about five million years instead.
Scientists have increased the hydrogen capacity of mischmetal (German: mischmetall “mixed metal”) to 2.1 wt% with the development of a new lanthanum-nickel based alloy. It was manufactured using a process…