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Title: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: sm0ky2 on January 05, 2017, 01:57:01 AM
Cationic Nanocarbons in ionic solution.
Calcium silicate suspension


Clustering at 38KeV


Title: Re: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: lancaIV on January 05, 2017, 01:09:00 PM
                                                transmutation possibility ?
                              http://www.levity.com/alchemy/nelson2_3.html (http://www.levity.com/alchemy/nelson2_3.html)

   Inspired by the pioneering work of Dr. Kervran, Dr. George Ohsawa sought to transmute sodium into potassium in vitro. The method revealed itself to him in a symbolic dream. Thus inspired,  Dr. Ohsawa and Michio Kushi, et al., constructed an experimental electric discharge tube with copper (Yin) and iron (Yang) electrodes and a valve through which to draw a vacuum or admit oxygen (Fig. 3.1). The first transmutation with this equipment was achieved on June 21, 1964. After applying 60 watts of electricity for 30 minutes to heat sodium to a plasma, a molar equivalent of oxygen was introduced. Viewed with a spectroscope, the orange band of sodium gave way to the blue of potassium, according to the formula:
            Na23 + O16 = K39
   Analysis of the reaction product confirmed the result and revealed an unexpected extra: a trace of gold was produced by the combination of Na, O, and K with the Cu and Fe electrodes. Several different metals were tested as electrode materials. Neon and argon atmospheres were found to enhance the yield of potassium and other elements. External heating of the reaction tube also served to ionize the sodium.

   Dr. Louis Kervran noted these experiments in his book Transmutations A Faible Energie:    Professor [Masashiro] Torii, on a circuit designed by Prof. Sakurazawa, and under the control of Prof. Odagiri, observed in the spectroscope the passage of sodium to potassium upon the adjunction of a small quantity of oxygen to sodium vapor...
   Prof. Torii [of Musashino Institute of Technology, Tokyo] has informed me of having observed on 21 June 1963, in the spectroscope, the passage of sodium to potassium, the disappearance of the yellow line of sodium being replaced by the red-violet ray of 7699 Ao potassium; the experiment was repeated June 22 before five scientists...
   In the production of steel in electric furnaces, the incomprehensible appearance of boron [has been observed]. We see now that we cannot exclude, under the effect of a powerful electric field and of the high temperature of these furnaces, the 'reduction' of carbon from the loss of hydrogen and in keeping with: C - H = B...

   The experience is simple to realize, as it suffices to take a plate of steel --- or of iron ¾ an anode of magnesium, place them in a jar containing distilled water rendered conductive by a salt of magnesium ¾ in order not to introduce any metallic ion other than magnesium, and these two electrodes are reunited by a metal wire, to the exterior of the jar; thus they realize (in part) a battery with magnesium at the negative, iron as positive; through the production of hydrogen at the electrode, magnesium is at a potential of 1.9 volts more negative than iron. Leave it for two or three months; from time to time add a little distilled water in order to compensate for evaporation. On analysis, calcium is obtained... in an operation in which calcium was not introduced!
     The calcium (as oxide) accumulates in scales on the cathode.

                                                                                          8) ::) 8)    Kushi and Ohsawa, et al.,  proceeded to develop their process for industrial-scale production. They estimated that potassium could be manufactured for 1% of the current price. In a correspondence to Ken Jones (12 October 1980), Michio Kushi stated:
   After George Ohsawa and myself succeeded in producing K out of Na and O... we presented the experiment to several chemical corporations. At that time, Pfizer International became most actively interested. We had conferences on several occasions; however, soon after we decided not to become involved with these corporations, as a result of the considerations of the vast effects this would have on the industry.

                     transmutation: enriching or pooring elements to get the wished quality
                     unlimited cloning against peak-........
Title: Re: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: sm0ky2 on January 05, 2017, 08:46:37 PM
This research was inspired by a number of recent studies involving
a wide array of charge densities and ionic catalysts.


This is an example of one such study.
http://www.nec.com/en/press/201606/global_20160630_01.html (http://http://www.nec.com/en/press/201606/global_20160630_01.html)


24h in solution macro sized visible structures are present.
Surface tension of the calcium silicate substrate has greatly increased.
Observed by a drastically concaved air-interface.


Varying degrees of buoyancy of structured groups.
From buoyant to non buoyant, with some % in suspension.


The calcium silicate was chosen for its inert properties and
Ionic stability at high charge values.
Leaving only c-c,c-h,c-o, and c-n bonding.

Title: Re: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: Cherryman on January 05, 2017, 10:39:11 PM
This research was inspired by a number of recent studies involving
a wide array of charge densities and ionic catalysts.


This is an example of one such study.
http://www.nec.com/en/press/201606/global_20160630_01.html (http://http://www.nec.com/en/press/201606/global_20160630_01.html)


24h in solution macro sized visible structures are present.
Surface tension of the calcium silicate substrate has greatly increased.
Observed by a drastically concaved air-interface.


Varying degrees of buoyancy of structured groups.
From buoyant to non buoyant, with some % in suspension.


The calcium silicate was chosen for its inert properties and
Ionic stability at high charge values.
Leaving only c-c,c-h,c-o, and c-n bonding.


Hi,


Would you be so kind tho explain what it is you want to achieve and the use therefore  in a bit simpler words ?


Your link bounced.


But i'm just curious about the general thought.


Conductors? Capacitors? Or general use.. something else?
Title: Re: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: sm0ky2 on January 06, 2017, 12:22:40 PM
In general I'm just experimenting to see if it is really possible to
Bond the particles without the extreme pressures and heat
That had been an obstacle in the field thus far.


I don't have access to the advanced spectrometry equipment
necessary to determine what forms of carbon structures are forming
So mostly this is just independent field research to verify some of the
new room temp / ambient pressure techniques that are being used.
Specifically the use of inert catalysts at ionizing energy levels.
Title: Re: Room Temperature Nanocarbon Structuring
Post by: Cherryman on January 06, 2017, 03:02:15 PM
In general I'm just experimenting to see if it is really possible to
Bond the particles without the extreme pressures and heat
That had been an obstacle in the field thus far.


I don't have access to the advanced spectrometry equipment
necessary to determine what forms of carbon structures are forming
So mostly this is just independent field research to verify some of the
new room temp / ambient pressure techniques that are being used.
Specifically the use of inert catalysts at ionizing energy levels.


I can understand that, and relate to the curious mind : )


Keep up the good work!