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Poster Presentation by Hidemi Miura at ICCF20


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Poster Presentation by Hidemi Miura at ICCF20

  1. 1. States of Hydrogen, Oxygen or Magnesium Atom 
 in or with Cubic Ice Crystal-like Water Clusters Hidemi Miura Izumi-ku, Sendai. 981-3109, Japan
  2. 2. Calcula&on •  Supposi&on:      The  cubic  ice  crystal-­‐like  decamer  water  clusters  are      formed  in  the  reduc&on  of  water  pressure  .     •  Purpose:      ①-­‐1  whether  the  decamer  or  other  oligomer  water                      clusters  can  exist  in  the  water      ①-­‐2  whether  H  atoms  entered  them  can  be  stable   ② how  the  water  clusters  oscillate              to  cause  nuclear  fusion  or  transmuta&on  
  3. 3. Introduction One of the hydrogen-including oxy-hydrogen gas (1) is obtained through electrolyzing of water under vibratory agitation by vibration blades, (2) can be stored as the mixture at high pressure for a long time, (3) is composed of oligomer water clusters (n = 10-20). Analyzed and reported by Dr. M. Tsuchiya →(3) Decamer-base oligomers of water clusters were simulated. Photo: Ti (↑), W (↓) metal by Japan Techno Co., Ltd. →(4) Metal Oxide Ti 1700 1900 Ta 3000 1500 W 3400 1500 Melting  Point(℃)
  4. 4.   Interesting phenomena: (4) Ti , Ta or W metal melts instantly in contact with the flame of burning gas (about 600-700℃). (5) Heavy elements are generated under vibratory agitation of electrolytic solution of Mg, Ca or Cs. 1 H atom endohedral decamer H1@(H2O)10 Simulation system for stability and oscillation of encapsulated H atoms : (1) a personal computer (64bit CPU & 32GB main memory) (2) a computer simulation program MOPAC (semi-empirical molecular orbital method)
  5. 5. Results 1 The decamer-base oligomer water clusters can exist. The bonding energy per monomer water molecule is about 5% of the water covalent bonding energy (O-H).
  6. 6. 1 or 2 H atoms near the water clusters enter them. 3 H atoms endohedral water clusters are most stable.
  7. 7. Results 2 Usually 3 H atoms form a triangle of plus ion (H3 +). But encapsulated 3 H atoms stand on slightly curved line. Some of them would approach to the metal surface. These 3 H atoms linearly oscillate with infrared of 2 wavenumbers. They nearly coincide with the peak of initial infrared radiation from the heated metal. (700℃ ⇒ ~3.0  µm)
  8. 8. Small : Center H atom oscillates Large : Both ends H atoms oscillate.
 Center atom collides to right atom. Right atom collides to center atom. How three H atoms are condensed to cause nuclear fusion? (1) Electrons could shield the repulsion of three H atoms? p + p → d + e+ + νe , e+ + e- → 2γ + 1.02 MeV d + p → 3He + γ + 5.49 MeV (2) Electron distribution could enhance the electron-capture process? p + e- → n + νe , e+ + e- → 2γ + 1.02 MeV n + p → d + γ + 2.2 MeV ( → D2O or DHO ) ⇒ γ and 3He/D are measured. Electron wave functions are analyzed.
  9. 9. Results 3 (H2O)10+(MgO)1 (H2O)n+O1 and (H2O)n+(MgO)1 look stable. (No compensation for O1 and (MgO)1.) Mg and O atoms would not oscillate with infrared from water (too hot: 150℃ ⇒~6.9   µm ). But oscillate with vibratory agitation? Be coupled on breathing mode or others? How this oscillation cause the collapse of water cluster and some kind of nuclear transmutation (element conversion)? Mg + H + 3D → … → P ? Mg + 5H + D → … → P ?
  10. 10. Summary States of H atoms were simulated to be found that: (1) The decamer-base oligomer water clusters exist. (2) 3 H atoms endohedral oligomers [H3@(H2O)n] are stable. (3) Encapsulated 3 H atoms linearly oscillate and collide possibly to cause nuclear fusion. States of Mg and O atoms combine with (H2O)n were simulated to be found that: (4) They oscillate possibly to cause the collapse of water cluster and some kind of nuclear transmutation. ⇒ Detail experiments and simulations are needed. ______________________________ E-mail address for Simulations: (H. Miura) Experiments: (Japan Techno Co., Ltd.)