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Hydrogen Transmutation of Nickel in Glow Discharge
Vladimir K. Nevolin
in International Journal of Materials Science (India)
Background: The possibility of the existence of subatomic hydrogen states was theoretically predicted previously. Objectives: Prove that the transmutation of elements is possible in specially prepared conditions for hydrogen. Methodology: By comparing the mass spectra of deposits on silicon substrates and target electrodes, it is shown that a change in the composition is observed in a magnetron Argon. Results: An increase in the concentration of the nickel isotope Ni 62/28 and a decrease in the isotope concentration Ni 60/28 are shown. Conclusion: These results confirm the results obtained earlier in the heat generator Rossi, who worked more than a year, found an increase in the isotope Ni 62/28 due to a decrease in the proportion of other isotopes.