Clean combustion of fossil fuels permitted by this new chemical species of magnecules
PR-Inside.com: 2018-09-20 17:37:23
Adcents has become aware of important developments by Dr. R.M. Santilli as Chief Scientist of the publicly traded company Thunder Energies Corporation (TNRG) for the clean combustion of fossil fuels permitted by his new chemical species of magnecules, which has recently received the U. S. Patent Number 9,700,870, B2 under the title "Method and Apparatus for the industrial production of new hydrogen-rich fuels United States."
A primary reason for our environmental problems is that the current combustion of fossil fuels, such as gasoline, diesel or coal, is incomplete since about 30% of the original fuel is released unburned in the environment. But the contaminants released in the exhaust, such as Carbon Monoxide CO, HydroCarbons HC and others are combustible. This is clear evidence that their lack of combustion is due to insufficient flame temperature, the strength of the valence bond of fossil fuel, and other factors.
The new chemical species of Santilli Magnecules, first introduced in the monograph Foundations of Hadronic Chemistry, consist of: Individual atoms H, C, O, etc., dimers CH, OH, etc., and conventional molecules H2, CO, etc., bonded together by opposing polarities of the polarization of the orbits of peripheral atomic electrons into toroids achieved via intense electric and magnetic fields.
The first feature of Santilli magnecules which is important for environmental problems is that their bond is much weaker than the valence bond of molecules, which is a necessary condition to achieve full combustion. A second important feature is that the magnecular bond disappears at the combustion temperature, as it is typically the case for all magnetic bonds, thus allowing the combustion among free atoms, rather than among molecules. The third feature is that, in view of the preceding two features, the combustion temperature of fuels with Santilli magnecular structure is much higher than the flame temperature of fuels with conventional molecular structure.
These features have been industrially established by Dr. Santilli with the new fuel MagneGas which he developed from 2004 to 2012 when he was Chief Scientist of the U. S. publicly traded company Magnegas Corporation. In fact, according to independent certifications by Atlantic Analytic Laboratory and other laboratories, magnegas has no CO and no HC in the combustion exhaust. Additionally, magnegas has a flame temperature of about 10,500 F which is almost triple the combustion temperature of fossil fuels, as certified by the CCNY measurements of the anomalous flame temperature of magnegas. In the indicated new capacity as Chief Scientist of Thunder Energies Corporation, Dr. Santilli is extending to fossil fuels the full combustion already achieved with magnegas via the basically novel HyperCombustion.