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The Magnetic Interference Cloud

Unlike an ordinary magnetic field the Magnetic Interference Cloud produces a spinning effect when viewed with a Scanning Electron Microscope

SEM images are secondary electron emissions from a target object (on the right is an SEM image of M.I. Cloud elements). Bright areas are electrons reaching the detecting sensor whereas dark areas are electrons moving away.


Scanning Electron Microscope Imaging of an M.I. Cloud Device


Dr. Richard Chua (Late) Completed His Ph.D. in Biophysics from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Yang Ping (M.Sc) along with Dr. Richard researched the M.I. Cloud for over 15 Years.  

Dr. Richard has 3 publications in the Journal Of Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. M.I. Cloud Tech has 15 Granted patents and more pending to be granted. 

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Essentially, the working principle of M.I. Cloud is based on the total net effect on the spin of electrons in the liquid body. The stronger the change of energy state, the better the effect.

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