Russian physicists Yevgeny Solovyov and Tasko Grodzanov, from the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research and the University of Belgrade created a unique helium atom by colliding a normal helium atom and antimatter particles in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. The core of an ordinary helium atom consists of two protons and two neutrons. Two electrons revolve around the nucleus. Helium has atomic number: 2 and atomic weight 4,0026 g/mol.
This week Google released a unique library of programs called TensorFlow Quantum (TFQ). It complements the well-known TensorFlow tool designed to work with artificial intelligence on classic computers. The purpose of the library is to work with quantum neural networks. It can be used both on real quantum computers and on their simulations. It is open source and free.
The cost of making artificial diamonds is a very expensive process. It consumes large amounts of energy with the high costs. Now a unique new technology has been announced, which is a collaboration by American and Chinese chemists, to create much cheaper precious stones from crude waste. The project involved chemists from the Stanford University, California, University of Chicago and the Center for High Pressure Science and Technology Advanced Research in China. A full spectrum of the technology has been published in the scientific paper the Science Advances Journal.