Thomas Prevenslik is a retired American living in Hong Kong and Berlin. He began simple QED nanoscale heat transfer development in Hong Kong in 2010. Simple QED has nothing to do with Feynman's QED and is based on the Planck law that precludes atoms in nanostructures the heat capacity to conserve heat by temperature. Instead, heat conservation proceeds by creating size dependent standing EM radiation E inside the nanostructure. For a spherical NP, simple QED creates a quantum state E = hc/2nd, where h is Planck's constant, c the velocity of light, with n and d the refractive index and diameter of the NP

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