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Theoretical Explanations of Flashback and Vacuum Phenomena Observed in Recent H-cat Experiments
Purdue Professor says: "Recently observed effects of flashback and vacuum in the H-cat experiment by Sterling
Allan and Darrell Jacobson are explained using theory of the Bose-Einstein condensation nuclear fusion (BECNF) (or Boson cluster state nuclear fusion
1.5 months ago, Professor Yeong Kim predicted that if sulfur is
present, it will be the smoking gun that will prove that the H-Cat is cold
fusion, launching a new energy revolution.
By Yeong E. Kim
Professor of Physics
Director of Purdue Center for Sensing Science and Technology
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
for Pure Energy Systems News
Recently observed effects of flashback and vacuum in the H-cat experiment by Sterling
Allan and Darrell Jacobson are explained using theory of the Bose-Einstein condensation nuclear fusion (BECNF) (or Boson cluster state nuclear fusion (BCSNF)):
BECNF process consists of two-stages: (1) formation of BEC (or BCS) on nano-scale (~10 nm) magnetic metal particles (which act as magnetic traps for BEC/BCS) coated on inner surfaces of channels in honeycomb-like monolithic structure (called catalytic matrix) made of either from metallic (stainless steel) or ceramic (cordierite) material, and (2) BEC (or BCS) of nuclei (hydrogen, deuterium, and/or oxygen: the ratio of D/H is ~ 0.015%) undergoing nuclear fusion (see the above paper for details).
For the stage (1), a magnetic trap of ~10 nm diameter can accommodate ~ 104 atoms/molecules as a BEC/BCS assuming a solid density ! For the stage (2), when a BECNF takes place, a BEC/BCS explodes (Bosenova phenomena described in the above paper), releasing ~
104 energetic particles contributing to high-density and high pressure. This, in turn, contributes to the flashback.
The vacuum effect is associated with stage (1) while the flashback effect is associated with stage (2). The pressure or gas density decreases during the stage (1) while it increases during the stage (2). For more detailed dynamics, we will need to measure time correlation data of both the flashback and the vacuum phenomena as a function of time.
To avoid the flashback, it is suggested to use Justins recommendation:
Justin told me this evening that he has noticed that once the cat gets hot, he can turn down the input gas by like 1/4 and continue to keep the substrate at that hot temperature.
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