H​​​​​2O Detonation

Experimentation indicates that energy release is increased when water is added to electro-detonation reactions systems.

Increased energy observations are consistent with past excess energy observations from water based electrodetonation systems by H. Anderson and S.Myers, and current investigations by R. Mills.  

Subtle Atomics experimentation is focusing on optimisation of energy output from water based combustion systems by varying reaction conditions and catalysts. 


Hydroxide groups may potentially act as catalysts allowing Hydrogen electrons to transition to the first de-excited state (n=1/2).  This transition is expected to release energy as photons with energies up to the extreme ultraviolet part of the electromagnetic spectrum. 
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Method:  Visible light energy output during direct current electro-detonation of water was assessed under a wide range of experimental conditions, using a range of metals and alloys for anode and cathode materials. 

Observations:  Energy output was generally noticeably increased when water was included in the fuel mix. 

Conclusion:  A theoretical and experimental basis for new energy systems using water, in combination with specific metal catalysts, has been developed.

​Experiments and photography 
by Subtle Atomics.
 Provisional patent lodged.