Low Atomic Mass Elements

​        S. Brink        
20th June 2016
Significant heat and light has been observed from low energy electro-detonation of fuels containing low atomic mass elements, such as lithium and boron, when hydrogen is present.

Physics

Experimental observations indicate significant excess energy can be released during electro-detonation of fuel mixes containing low atomic mass elemetns, hydrogen and catalysts.

These reactions may be examples of "combined systems" where de-excited electrons act as "virtual neutrons" allowing nuclear addition reactions to take place.

Excess energy indicators have been observed for Lithium and Boron.

Boron 10 may have a higher than average ability to capture and fuse with de-excited hydrogen states, generally consistent with the high neutron absorbsion cross section of Boron 10.  

The new atomic model developed by Subtle Atomics is consistent with the ability of Lithium 6 to capture neutrons. 



​​Sodium Borate (aq)
​S. Brink   6th June 2016
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14th August 2016

​​Lithium Hydroxide (aq)

Boron Compound + Metal Hydride
​​Lithium 6 Nucleus
​​Lithium 7 Nucleus
​​Boron 10 Nucleus
​​Boron 11 Nucleus
Experiment

Method:  Fuel mixes containing bonded hydrogen and/or hydrides, and low atomic mass elements, including lithium and boron compounds, were electro-detonated and light flash morphology photographed.

Observations:  Reaction morphology varies when low atomic mass elements are included into fuel mixes, typically producing increased visible light emissions. 

Conclusion:  Electro-reaction systems involving hydrogen and low atomic mass elements may be potentially suitable candidates for novel new energy systems.

Subtle Atomics is developing energy systems based on these experimental observations.

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