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The secret of intelligent fluids‘ technology is both the molecular teamwork and the precise co-ordination of its ingredients. Therefore, special teams of molecules are formed which conduct the exercises of an intelligent fluid, i.e. penetration and detaching of layers. Furthermore, intelligent fluids are able to detect different materials. That’s why intelligent fluids are able to detach layers while leaving the surface unviolated.
Intelligent fluids are based on the highly complex and unique combination of the laws of nature. First, the natural trend to disorder and the greatest possible distribution of molecules („entropy“). Second, the urge for conglomeration „(Ostwald ripening“). As a consequence, a constant interaction between hydrophobic and hydrophilic ingredients takes place.
Depending on the particular intelligent fluid, the internal dynamics within the products ranges from 1000 to 8000 moves per second which causes a so called „micro-earthquake effect“. The fluids are often called „bottled ultrasonics“ by industrial customers.
It is not possible to feel the movements within an intelligent fluid. However, it is possible to visualize the constantly changing fluid‘s structures by a laserpointer for the refractive indices of the plasmicells scatter beams of light.
The molecular interactions within an intelligent fluid causes their effects, not a chemical mode of action. Admittedly, it is not possible to prevent chemical effects entirely but, in general, those are not part of the fluid’s functionality.
Regarding their composition, intelligent fluids rank among chemical products. But regarding their unique mode of action, intelligent fluids has to be classified as wet physics that delineates itself from classical wet chemistry.