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    My pet theory on magnetic field stimulation: spins align with the field which confines one degree of freedom. Heisenberg says a confined particle gains momentum. Some are already tightly confined within the lattice, lining up their spins makes their…
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    The field coil is done. This will be used for electromagnetic excitation of the reactor by having this suspended around the insulated reactor tube k-26 bricks. The coil is 4 layers of 15 gauge heavily enameled copper wire with a total of 130 turns…
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    Replied to the thread me356: Photos of AURA control unit.
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    I would like to see this thread moderated more tightly to allow only posts on technical merits, test logistics and procedures. Move to the sandbox any who'd like to vent their frustration, debate trade secrecy and rehash technologically irrelevant…
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    Today, the only stimulation is temperature change and pressure change. I am working on 2 different coils to add around the insulated reactor: 1) a multilayer solenoid to introduce a DC magnetic field, and 2) a single-layer…
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    I enjoy this thread a lot. Keep up the terrific work. I understand the focus is on the reactants. But ... In these experiments, is any external signal being imposed (such as a square wave EM pulse) to stimulate oscillations or spin flipping?