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1.2. Power supply for rail-free movement by using platinum catalytic engine

    The driving force of Biomolecular Rocket is catalytic engine of platinum. This catalytic engine became more powerful[1],[2], increasing the surface of platinum. Biomolecular Rocket had numerous platinum particles to increase the surface of platinum. In this experiment, we deposited chromium to 1 μm beads which are covered platinum and we make half platinum beads[3]. Then, we observed a behavior of the beads in 3% H2O2 solution. From this experiment, we are able to investigate whether surface area of platinum was related to the speed.
Reference
[1]Rustem F. Ismagilov, Alexander Schwartz, Ned Bowden, George M. Whitesides.;Chem. Int. 652-654(2002)
[2]Jonathan R. Howse, Richard A. L. Jones, Anthony J. Ryan, Tim Gough, Reza Vafabakhsh, Ramin Golestanian,;Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 048102 (2007)
[3]J. G. Gibbs, Y.-P. Zhao,;Appl. Phys. Lett. 94, 163104 (2009)
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