Mechanical oscillations cause iron to become transparent to gamma rays

  • Mechanical oscillations cause iron to become transparent to gamma rays  Iron nuclei can be made transparent to gamma rays that they would normally absorb using a new technique called “acoustically induced transparency” (AIT). This feat was achieved by physicists in the US and Russia, who vibrated an iron Mössbauer absorber using a piezoelectric transducer. The researchers believe the effect could help to control the emission of radiation from nuclei, allowing more accurate atomic clocks and other quantum optical devices to be created. The technique could even be used to slow the passage of gamma rays through a material.

    Like every effect which affects behaviour of atom nuclei at much higher energy density scales this finding is of potential importance for LENR and overunity generation. See also:

    Vallée Synergetic Generator - a simple circuit which generates beta rays and nuclear reactions

  • One of devices derived from synergetics of prof. Valeé is the solid state energy converter of Michael Meyer and Yves Mace based on the patent #FR9110472 and FR2680613. Later it has been improved with introduction of the feedback coil in Czech patent (translation). The original patented generator is a solid-state generator which uses the nuclear resonant ferromagnetic effect in a cylindrical rod of iron(56). It uses a common iron rod with 3 simple coils wound around it. This rod is placed between a U shaped core (soft iron) for closing the magnetic circuit and thus reducing the magnetic losses. In this arrangement,

    • Coil 1: Produces 0.5 Tesla when fed with DC, converting the iron bar into an electromagnet
    • Coil 2: Produces 10 milli-Tesla when fed with a 21 MHz AC sinewave signal
    • Coil 3: Is the output coil, providing 110, 220 or 380 volts AC at about 400 Hz depending on the number of turns in the coil


    The inventor claims that if we introduce 105 eV to the iron 6 isotope 56, it will change to the iron 54. The energy generated by this nuclear reaction inside the iron rod will produce an energy gain of 20,000 eV. The energy required for generating the isotopic mutation is produced by a nuclear magnetic resonance effect. The parametric excitation obtained by the coil #2 is acting as the pump. The energy output is collected by the coil #3 which is able to produce 110-220-380V at 400Hz. The iron rod is used as the main source of energy by isotopic mutation effect, thus, this will provide a simple and cheap source of energy for a long time (see overunityresearch forum).

    To bring about this iron isotope 56 conversion, we use the principle of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance. The physical principle applies to isotope 56 iron which contains 26 protons, 26 electrons and 30 neutrons, giving a total mass of 56.52 MeV, although its actual mass is 55.80 MeV. The difference between the total mass and the actual mass is therefore 0.72 MeV this which corresponds to an energy of cohesion per nucleon of 0.012857 MeV. So, If one introduces an additional 105 ev of energy to the iron core isotope 56, that core isotope will have a cohesion energy level of 0.012962 MeV per nucleon corresponding to iron isotope 54. The instability created by this contribution of energy will transfer the isotope 56 iron to isotope 54 causing a release of 2 neutrons. This process generates an excess energy of 20,000 eV since the iron isotope 54 is only 0.70 MeV while isotope 56 has 0.72 MeV.

    It's worth to note, that similar effects may be responsible for both initiation of nuclear reactions with electromagnetic pulses, both for generation of anomalous magnetic and electric fields observed around LENR reactors.