Cranbury: BLACKLIGHT. - 2000. - 785 p. BLACKLIGHT POWER, inc. (BLP) of Malvern, Pennsylvania, is developing a revolutionary energy technology-catalytic hydrogen collapse. More explicitly, thermal energy is catalytically released as the electrons of atomic hydrogen atoms are induced to undergo transitions to lower energy levels corresponding to fractional quantum numbers. The Company uses a hot refractory metal (e.g. a hot tungsten filament) to break hydrogen molecules into individual, normal hydrogen atoms. A vaporized inorganic catalyst causes the normal hydrogen atoms to collapse to smaller-than-normal hydrogen atoms. The hydrogen collapse is accompanied by a release of energy that is intermediate between chemical and nuclear energies. BLP's new technology can operate under the conditions of many existing electric power plants. It should be possible to retrofit these power plants to accommodate the new technology. The advantages are that the hydrogen fuel can be obtained by diverting a fraction of the output energy of the process to split water into its elemental constituents, and pollution which is inherent with fossil and nuclear fuels is eliminated. BLP is not developing so-called "Cold Fusion", which refers to the failed attempt of producing substantial nuclear energy at room temperature. In contrast, BLP has obtained compelling theoretical and experimental support for fractional quantum energy states of hydrogen, which is the basis of a new hydrogen energy source. Some revisions to standard quantum theory are implied. Quantum mechanics becomes a real physical description as opposed to a purely mathematical model where the old and the revised versions are interchangeable by a Fourier Transform operation . These revisions transform Schrodinger's and Heisenberg's quantum theory into what may be termed a classical quantum theory. Physical descriptions flow readily from the theory. Table Of Contents FOREWORD New Quantum Theory Fractional Quantum Energy Levels of Hydrogen References INTRODUCTION General Considerations A New Atomic Theory Derived from First Principles The One-Electron Atom Excited States of the One-Electron Atom (Quantization) Electron in Free Space Equation of the Photon Atomic Coulomb Field Collapse-Hydrino Theory- BlackLight Process Stability of Atoms and Hydrinos The Two-Electron Atom Derivation of Electron Scattering by Helium Excited States of Helium The Three-Electron Atom The Electron Configuration of Atoms The Nature of the Chemical Bond Molecular Coulomb Field Collapse-BlackLight Process Diatomic Molecular Energy States Statistical Mechanics Superconductivity Quantum Hall Effect Aharonov-Bohm Effect Gravity, Cosmology, Elementary Particles, and Nuclear Physics Creation of Matter from Energy Pair Production Positronium Relativity Gravity Unification of Spacetime, the Forces, Matter, and Energy . Inertia Possibility of a Negative Electron Gravitational Mass Leptons Proton and Neutron The Weak Nuclear Force: Beta Decay of the Neutron Quarks The Strong Nuclear Force K-Capture Alpha Decay Mo ssbauer Phenomenon Retrospect The Schro dinger Wavefunction in Violation of Maxwell’s References Wave-Particle Duality The Hydrogen Atom Revisited Prospect: Quarks to Cosmos to Consciousness Nature of Consciousness Astrophysics Spectral Data of Hydrinos from the Dark Interstellar Medium and Spectral Data of Hydrinos, Dihydrinos, and Hydrino Hydride Ions from the Sun Ultraviolet (UV), and Visible Emissions from the Sun
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