Hydrino, small hydrogen, LENR and Simon Brink & Randell Mills. The new possibility?

  • So, maybe anyone here have any ideas to modify the fuel or smth, maybe conditions?...

    This Airbus patent application suggests TiO2 as a preferred catalyst


    EP3070051A1


    "According to one embodiment of the device according to the invention, the catalyst coating has a granular and regular structure. Preferably, it is a titanium oxide."

  • It is quite possible to grow TiO2 nanotubes on the surface of a Ti anode with the right electrolytes. You can then coat them with Pd....


    This is step 1.


    TiO2 nanotubes from stirred glycerol/NH4F electrolyte: Roughness, wetting behavior and adhesion for implant applications
    Titanium oxide (TiO2) was anodically formed on titanium from non-aqueous electrolyte containing glycerol and 0.5wt.% ammonium fluoride (NH4F). Oxidati…
    www.sciencedirect.com

  • This Airbus patent application suggests TiO2 as a preferred catalyst


    EP3070051A1


    "According to one embodiment of the device according to the invention, the catalyst coating has a granular and regular structure. Preferably, it is a titanium oxide."

    Didn't know they were in this field. Even ultra-dense hydrogen, huh?...

  • Still don't get why everyone confuses Hydrino and ultra-dense hydrogen

    I think you need to adjust your understanding. Even SindreZG who is a collaborator with Leif Holmlid has acknowledged that Hydrino, UDH, Magnecules are likely the same phenomena seen and understood independently by different researchers. Another researcher that has not used a specific name, but has considered the work of others as supported by his ideas, is Stoyan Sarg.


    One of the things that relate the hydrino at least with Santilli’s magnecular hydrogen is the idea that in its gaseous form either should be able to be stored at much higher densities. Santilli has shown that his magnehydrogen, obtained by purification of his magnegas, weights at least 5 times more per mol than ordinary hydrogen.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • I think you need to adjust your understanding. Even SindreZG who is a collaborator with Leif Holmlid has acknowledged that Hydrino, UDH, Magnecules are likely the same phenomena seen and understood independently by different researchers. Another researcher that has not used a specific name, but has considered the work of others as supported by his ideas, is Stoyan Sarg.


    One of the things that relate the hydrino at least with Santilli’s magnecular hydrogen is the idea that in its gaseous form either should be able to be stored at much higher densities. Santilli has shown that his magnehydrogen, obtained by purification of his magnegas, weights at least 5 times more per mol than ordinary hydrogen.

    Well, now it kinda does make sence... Maybe.

  • Well, now it kinda does make sence... Maybe.

    I forgot to mention that Simon Brink ‘s work also links UDH and Santilli’s work, but also Hydrinos. Both Mills and Holmlid have postulated their work explains what dark matter is, and Simon also thinks the same.

    I certainly Hope to see LENR helping humans to blossom, and I'm here to help it happen.

  • This is what I meant when talking about a higher mass per mol, these are laboratory results, not theoretical calculations.This comes from the supporting results annex in the paper attached.


    Just found out about Santilli's magnecules. Holy guacamole! Can titanium "magnehydride" be made? What is the properties of magnehydrogen? MagneGas seems to be very impressive fuel.

  • https://www.mdpi.com/1996-1073/13/11/2767 - A Very accessible paper - free to download


    A simple argument that small hydrogen may exist


    This paper discusses a possible existence of small hydrogen, which may have been created during the Big Bang before formation of normal hydrogen.

    0. Introduction

    Rutherford suggested already in 1920 that electron-proton could be bound in tight state [1]. At that point neither the Shroedinger equation (1926) nor Dirac equation (1928) was known to him. He asked his team, including Chadwick, to search for this atom. After Chadwick's discovery of the neutron in 1932 there was a lot of discussions whether it is an elementary particle or a hydrogen-like atom formed from electron and proton [2]. For example, Heisenberg was among those who argued that Chadwick's particle is a small hydrogen atom. At the end the Pauli's argument won, that the neutron spin 1/2 follows Fermi-Dirac statistics and this decided that the neutron is indeed an elementary particle. This is a well-established fact and it is not discussed in this paper.

    It must have been obvious to both Schroedinger and Dirac, and certainly to Heisenberg, that there is a peculiar solution to their equations. This particular solution, which corresponds to the small hydrogen, was at the end rejected [3] because the wave function is infinite at �=0. Since nobody has observed it, the idea of the small hydrogen has died. However, its idea was revived again ∼70-years later, where authors argued that the proton has a finite size, and that the electron experiences a different non-Coulomb potential at very small radius [4], [5]. In fact, such non-Coulomb potentials, for example, Smith-Johnson or Nix potentials [6], [7], are used in relativistic Hartree-Fock calculations for very heavy atoms where inner shell electrons are close to nucleus. Using this method, authors retained solutions for the small hydrogen which were previously rejected. However, in a follow up paper [8], it was recognized that considering such potentials does not satisfy Virial theorem, and that one needs to add much stronger potential to hold the relativistic electron stable.

    Brodsky pointed out that one should not use the ”1930 quantum mechanics” to solve the problem of the small hydrogen; instead, one should use the Salpeter-Bethe QED theory [9]. Spence and Vary attempted to find such electron-proton bound state using QED theory [10], which includes spin-spin, field retardation term and Coulomb potential, assuming the point-like proton. They suggest a possible existence of a bound state.

    There are two reasons why the small hydrogen idea was not investigated theoretically further: (a) nobody has found it experimentally, and (b) the correct relativistic QED theory is too complicated at small distances.1

    Our approach is a potential-based calculation. We propose to solve the problem using a simple equivalent model based on two basic physics principles: (a)

    Virial theorem, which is important consideration to judge a stability of bound systems. This requires to think in terms of attractive potentials and electron kinetic energy.(b)

    DeBroglie's classical quantum mechanics principle,

    stating that the only allowed atomic states are those with integral number of electron wavelengths on a given atomic orbit.

    These two assumptions are sufficient to derive energy levels of the normal hydrogen. We will make an ansatz that they can be used for the small hydrogen problem also.

    One can ask a question what is the small hydrogen? To us, it is not a ground state of the normal hydrogen. Instead, it is a small relativistic electromagnetic vortex of two charges.


    ...continues.





  • stating that the only allowed atomic states are those with integral number of electron wavelengths on a given atomic orbit.

    This is one of the historic error roots of the standard model/QM etc.. Integral numbers are only seen - as a first approximation - in the far field.


    But at ancient times it did looks so as the measurement was very rudimentary.


    Of course H*/H(0) or what ever its called can only exist in the form of a cluster with H* >=2 only. Matter bonds can only occur if you can reduce the flux volume (classically said reduce spacetime). You can only store more mass in the same volume if the mass (a part of it) does one more rotation. Mass only joins if there is a harmonic relation.

    Same as in an antenna...

  • This is the end here. The idea would not be proven nor disproven without a simple tests. We can speculate for weeks with no result. I highly suggest anyone capable to try it out, in milligram quantities.

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