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Catalysis of atomic hydrogen to new hydrides as a new power source
by R.L. Mills, J. He, M. Nansteel, B. Dhandapani
International Journal of Global Energy Issues (IJGEI), Vol. 28, No. 2/3, 2007

 

Abstract: Having the potential for a clean new energy source, rt-plasmas of certain catalysts (Sr+, Ar+, K) with H formed at extraordinary low field strengths of about 1–2 V/cm. Time-dependent, extraordinarily fast H (25 eV), an excess power of 20 mW · cm−3, and characteristic K3+ emission confirmed the resonant nonradiative energy transfer of 3 · 27.2 eV from atomic hydrogen to K as the rt-plasma catalyst. The predicted very stable novel hydride ion H(1/4) with fractional principal quantum number p = 4 was observed spectroscopically at 110 nm corresponding to its predicted binding energy of 11.2 eV that further matched the 1H MAS NMR spectrum having an extraordinary upfield-shifted peak at –4.4 ppm with the elimination of any known assignment by FTIR.

Online publication date: Tue, 27-Nov-2007

 

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