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Title: Atomic hydrogen
Post by: franco malgarini on July 14, 2016, 08:14:16 PM
Referring to FIG. 8, the magnetic reactor 20 comprises a tube 25, which is constructed of a nonmagnetic material. At one end of tube 25, at a second end of tube 25, and in the center of tube 25, there are three permanent magnets22 a, 22 b, and 22 c. The magnets are all oriented in the same direction with respect to each other. In other words, if the positive pole of magnet 22 a is on the left side the negative pole and of magnet 22 a is on the right side, then the positive pole of magnets 22 b and 22 c are on the left side of each magnet, respectively, and the negative pole of magnets 22 b and 22 c are on the right side of each magnet, respectively. The magnets are radial magnets, each containing a center hole. Magnets 22 a-c are all uniform in size and shape. The diameter of the center hole is approximately equal to ⅓ of the total diameter of one magnet. In a preferred embodiment, the center holes of the magnets have diameters of about ⅝ in.
Two wire coils 21 and 23 wrap around the outside of tube 25. In one embodiment, the coils are both constructed in winding 25-gauge wire, with progressive winding to prevent a thread mount on top of coils—that is, the wire never overlaps itself. In one embodiment, the wire thickness is about 3 inches. Wire coils 21 and 23 are both connected to oscillator 27, which produces a frequency of about 1.98×1000 Hz up to and including about 2.75×1000 Hz. In one embodiment, the frequency provided by the oscillator is about 2.58×1000 Hz.
Magnetic reactor 20 converts parahydrogen into atomic hydrogen. Conversion is achieved by means of the permanent magnets 22 a-c and coils 21 and 23, which in combination create a magnetic field at least around the portion of magnetic reactor 20 to create atomic hydrogen. The force that binds the parahydrogen atoms are aligned magnetically, so when passed through magnetic reactor 20, the alignment becomes misaligned. Misalignment is caused by the force produced by the vibrational frequency created in coils 21 and 23 by oscillator 27.