Hydroxide Reactions

Hydroxide groups may be suitable catalysts for hydrogen transistions to the first de-excited state (n=1/2). Electro-detonation light flash morphology demonstrates bright light reaction cloud regions with some variation depending on hydroxide type.


Physics

Hydroxide groups may be able to accept quantised energy from hydrogen isotopes to allow hydrogen to transition to the first de-excited state (n=1/2). This transition is expected to release emissions in the extreme ultra violet range. 


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Calcium Hydroxide

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Lithium Hydroxide


Barium Hydroxide

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Zirconium Hydroxide


Potassium Hydroxide

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Tartaric Acid 
HO2CCH(OH)CH(OH)CO2H


Citric Acid
2-hydroxypropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid 

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Magnesium Hydroxide



Copper (II) Hydroxide 


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Strontium Hydroxide




Hydrogen Hydroxide
(water)


Experiments

Method:  Visible light energy output during direct current electro-detonation of compounds containing hydroxide groups was photographically assessed. 

Observations:  Reaction morphology and energy output was generally consistent for most compounds, but some variations were observed when the hydroxide metal was also expected to be catalytic.

Conclusion:   Observations are consistent with a theoretical model for determining suitable catalysts for facilitating transitions of hydrogen electrons to de-excited states during electro-detonation. 

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