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ULTR - Affordable ultrasonic driven transmutation?

Written by Robert Greenyer on .

Below is the live document for this experiment.



0 #50 Thomas Kaminski 2019-11-20 13:05
Please allow me to access the document to place some of my observations here.
+1 #49 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-30 20:38
Very interesting Camilo
0 #48 Camilo Urbina 2019-10-27 17:04
I just had the chance of looking at a previous work of Lu et al from 2017, in which they already had reported transmutation of K to Ca, this time under photo catalytic conditions that release H-. I had wanted to check the methodology for seeing if ultrasound had been used to stir the reagents and, lo and behold, it had been used fro 30 mins prior to exposure to the photocatalytic environment. So again, they *might* have been getting the results from the ultrasound stirring instead of the hydrides elapsed by photocatalysis. In this case the stirring during the photicatalysis was magnetic, tho. However, every time you use ultrasound in a experiment and transmutations are observed, it can't be ruled out that the ultrasound had nothing to do.

0 #47 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-21 10:54
Added details into the live document on Ca rich inclusion found on Indium Cavitation Test – DI water for 3 minutes only
+1 #46 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-20 16:17
@Camilo Urbina

The cirrus was not attached to the apparatus, it was only attached to the blocked off vacuum system.
0 #45 Camilo Urbina 2019-10-20 13:56
The gas analysis showed nothing but how was it connected to the experiment?

Also, the burst out areas in the DI water only look more definite than in the original experiment. I have been wondering if just heating the bath with the same energy input that the ultrasound emitter has would cause any kind of damage at all.
+1 #44 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-20 10:13

I do think we need to find more pure Indium. will plating make it more pure or make impurities harder to detect?
+1 #43 Tom Kaminski 2019-10-18 16:42
I found that Indium Corporation can supply an indium plating solution for use on many metals. It is typically used to coat surfaces prior to indium metal to metal welding. Should we see if a sample of indium plated on brass or copper is available?


+1 #42 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-16 09:19
Here is a task if someone is willing.

I would like to find suppliers of a re-fillable gas discharge tube similar to the ones in this e-bay listing (but re-fillable),


I guess with some glass blowing skill one could open the nipple on this, and add pipes and manifold to vacuum and gas source.

one that could be used say with a 3D printed diffraction grating mobile phone based spectrometer.




You might be able to work out where I am going with this.

These are good diffraction gratings


+1 #41 Robert Greenyer 2019-10-15 12:55

no exposure to Ultrasonic and some attempt to abrade the surface without introducing contamination

Or just nothing...

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