Metal Hydride Systems

Significant heat and light has been observed from electro-detonation of fuels containing metal hydrides. 


Light flash morphology and energy output observations may be consistent with electron orbital transitions to de-excited states.

In metal hydrides, bonding between hydrogen and metal atoms is relatively week, potentially allowing for an increase probability of the formation de-excited atomic hydrogen. 

Lower energy de-excited hydrogen states are smaller than ground state hydrogen, so may have an increased probability of absorbsion by adjacent nuclei resulting in transmutation and potentially energy release.   

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

​S. Brink  
26th January 2016
Subtle Atomics is proposing an exponential relationship between the sizes of various electrons states. This differs from the existing models that relate size to the Rydberg n value.

​S. Brink
26th January 2016

Method:  Fuel mixes containing metal hydrides and a range of potential catalysts were electro-detonated and light flash morphology photographed.

Observations:  Fuel mixes that include metal hydrides have been shown to produce significant heat and light energy.

Conclusion:  Metal hydrides and fuel mixes containing metal hydrides may be excellent candidates for novel new energy systems.

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