Electrolytic Magnetohydrodynamic Plasma in a Resonant CavityAuthor: Diadon Acs
Conscious Energies Labs 2019 February, 2nd (updated 06-12-2022)
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Abstract: To induce a plasma in a hydrogen dense medium for the purpose of converting hydrogen into amplified electromagnetic radiation. Direct Current Electrical discharges in an aqueous ion rich solution produce cavitation bubbles and hydrogen excitation across a catalytic substrate. It is hypothesized that these cavitating bubbles have enough pressure and heat to overcome the coulomb barrier of atomic nuclei on their collapse. It could be possible to transition electrical energy into thermal energy via Electrolytic Magnetohydrodynamic Plasma Discharges in a Helmholtz resonator. Where the incorporation of magnetohydrodynamics and bubble cavitation dynamics can help create harmonic plasmas for the generation of either nuclear fusion energy, or a cyclical chemical process energy that efficiently converts hydrogen into electron emissions (γ).
The experiment is to test the concept of breeding D2 (Deuterium) species from H2O (~1 atom of deuterium per 6400 atoms of regular hydrogen) Using magnetohydrodynamic turbulent or laminar flows to increase the probability of D2 in a cavitating reaction site. (Point Charge/Discharge Bubble Cavitation)
An excited state of hydrogen (Plasma) has been observed in the boundary layers of crystalline structures (i.e. metallic lattices) to produce breakdown voltage of the aqueous medium. Rather than external confinement via strong electrostatic or magnetic fields, it should be plausible to interact with the coulomb barrier of hydrogen using magnetohydrodynamic resonant oscillations “Harmonic Frequencies” of an apparatus's resonant chamber, with the use of a crystalline structures boundary layer. The effects of harmonic and/or anharmonic (turbulent or laminar flow) modes can be applied for best use practices.
(electro-nuclear collapse, rydberg matter, itonic charge clustering, exotic vacuum objects, super dense hydrogen (dark hydrogen), harmonic/an-harmonic elecro-neutrino imabalance, and other undefined energy states should be considered as theoretical framework)
The use of cavitating bubbles via electrical discharges in a resonant cavity generates acoustic cavitation of hydrogen gas, which generates heat of up to 20,000+ degrees K
On the bubble walls and subsequent collapse, a measurement of pressures of 8 GPa has been measured E.A. Brujan, T. Ikeda, Y. Matsumoto,
In theory more D2 species should be concentrated (bred) through electrolysis. The plasma reactions should become stronger as the reactor breeds a highly charged form of hydrogen as the oxygen is vented off into the surrounding atmosphere. The hydrogen energy exceeds the standard electromagnetic energy in enthalpy balance
This includes the well-known isotopes of hydrogen:
- The three most stable isotopes of hydrogen: protium (A = 1), deuterium (A = 2), and tritium (A = 3).
- Protium, the most common isotope of hydrogen, consists of one proton and one electron. ...
- A deuterium atom contains one proton, one neutron, and one electron.
- A tritium atom containing one proton and 2 neutrons which has a half life of 12.3 years
As well as supposed and predicted self organizing forms of hydrogen with respective phase transitions.
- Gaseous hydrogen.
- Liquid hydrogen.
- Slush hydrogen.
- Solid hydrogen.
- Metallic hydrogen.
The electrical power consumption would hypothetically go down as a plasma forms and the reactor core would become more conductive. This also coincides with a recently confirmed phenomenon found in between 40-60c and plasma states of water.
An observational confirmation in nature might be found in galactic structures. These theoretically being electrically charged condensed hydrogen plasma fields of varying orders of magnitude.
Equipment, Materials, and Regime
- Distillers kit and borosilicate glassware with the ability to loop the water phases. Water > Steam > Water
- Quartz Tube
- 99.9% Pure Nickel Wire
- Distilled Water or DI Water (Deionized Water)
- Potassium Hydroxide (KOH)
- Variable DC Power Supply of 0-600 VDC (“Variac” Variable Transformer) to isolation step up transformer. Max power supply is 2kVA facilitated by the variable transformer and fuse.
- Rectified and passed through a smoothing capacitor bank.
- DAQ (Data Acquisition) and Sensors ( EMI Shielding is needed)
-PT100 RTD with a Max31865 Module
-Thermistors (DS18B20) x 4
-Good Fair Power Monitoring IC Module PZEM-022
-GQ Nuclear Radiation Detector (GMC-300E Plus)
-Rigol DS1052E Digital Oscilloscope
-12mm Lead shielded CMOS Sensor (Webcam)
- Acer Aspire 5 Laptop Computer
Method of operation
In this case, KOH (Potassium Hydroxide) on two nickel wires. The purpose of the two nickel wires is to eliminate contaminants in the reactor, as well as reduce the possibility of galvanic exchange between dissimilar metals. The KOH is the electrolyte to provide the ion exchange between the metals.
Great care is taken in cleanliness of the reaction components for post experiment analysis.
Electrode positioning is important for hydrodynamic motion and resonant modes cavitation.
It is important to keep the oxygen redox reaction on the + anode separate from the - cathode hydrogen formation. This ensures hydrogen purity in the system as the oxygen is vented off safely.
The power is set to 60VDC on the power supply.
When the reactor temperature reaches 40C, slowly turn the voltage up until a plasma is established.
To be continued…
University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champaign. (2005, March 9). Temperature Inside Collapsing Bubble Four Times That Of Sun. ScienceDaily. Retrieved December 16, 2020 from www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2005/03/050307215613.htm