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What happens when you converts two isotopic versions of a metal into a plasma and then cool them down?

Asked by Brian_Ghilliotti (313points) July 17th, 2018

What happens if you take two isotopic versions of a metal, heat them into a plasma, mix the two plasmas, and then cool them back into solid form? Would the combined metallic substance cool in layers based on isotopic type?

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Let me ask you a question. If you add hydrogen gas to a room, where does it collect? It depends on the metal and method. I’ve heard of using induction of a plasma state along with a centrifugal system, but isotopes and inorganic chem isn’t really my thing.

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