Originally posted by NeoVain
reply to post by Aloysius the Gaul
Thank you for accepting my challenge. You are correct so far. I will now give you the next clue.
The next qustion you need to find the answer to is, "If seeded into the atmosphere, in which layer would aerographite end up residing?"
The density of aerographite is 0.18mg/cm^3
The density of air at IUPAC standard temperature and pressure (0 °C and 100 kPa), dry air has a density of 1.2754 kg/m3, which is 1.2754 mg/cm^3.
I have no idea what altitude air has this density at.
And as a bonus "What would happen with the air from the lower layer, when this layer gets exhastuively seeded by this material to the point
where it´s overall density changes(locally) to be the same as the layer below it?"
A nonsensical question. Air "seeded" with anything that doesn't disolve into it does not change in density - the material beign seeded behaves
according to its own density.
And if air does become more or less dense (for any reason) then it moves - as it has always done - that is what makes windsand updragunghts and
No doubt you think yuo aer on to something amazing and Are trying to lead me to your conclusion so I will see the light myself.
however I am not interested in playing "20 questions" with you - if yuo have a point then by all means make it.