US Patent Application : Method for inducing an exothermic reaction in a liquid solution

  • Peter Gluck reported on Egoout this patent application


    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2017/0062079.html

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/20170062079.pdf



    By preparing, enclosing in a container, and stimulating a liquid solution (light and/or heavy water forming the solvent, a silicate with Group I ionic metal, and a organometallic molecule having a siliceous ring or cage to which the Group I ions may enter as a guest, as first and second solutes), and applying electrical and photonic stimuli between conductive electrodes immersed in the solution maintained at or near the solution's boiling point, desired exothermic reactions can be induced. Preferably the first solute is soluble polyhedral silsesquioxane (‘POSS’) that serves as a host to lithium ions in the solution, thereby forming a lithium silicate, which is necessary to the reaction and, after the solution is heated to within 5° C. of the solution's current boiling point, a pressure release may be affected.


    The patent aplication seems interesting in that it seems very specific about the chemistry requirements.

    Maybe it can be inspiring, or even replicated.


    If someone can replicate this patent, it may start the revolution, and if the inventor is fair , license will make many people rich, including himself.


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    If someone can replicate this patent, it may start the revolution, and if the inventor is fair , license will make many people rich, including himself.


    The same could be said about at least another ten thousands of patents, which are still waiting for their recognition, not to say about replication.

    From my experience, the issuing such a patents usually leaved their authors poor and forgotten - but the people cannot learn from their history.