Molecular Hydrino and Molecular Hydrino Dimer

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May 2020

Molecular Hydrino and Molecular Hydrino Dimer

Dispositive Identification of Molecular Hydrino and
Molecular Hydrino Dimer by Raman Spectroscopy and Gas Chromatography

Molecular hydrino H2(1/4) and the corresponding dimer [H2(1/4)]2 were observed by Raman spectroscopy by predicted features being (i) a single J = 0 to J = 1 rotational transition of H2(1/4) involving a matrix enhanced inverse Raman effect (IRE), (ii) a single J = 0 to J = 2 rotational transition of H2(1/4) , (iii) a series of rotational transitions of [H2(1/4)]2 combined with a J = 0 to J = 1 rotational transition of both H2(1/4) members of the dimer, (iii) a series of rotational transitions of [H2(1/4)]2 combined with a J = 0 to J = 2 rotational transition of one H2(1/4) member of the dimer, and (iv) a split peak corresponding to the J = 0 to J = 2 rotational transition of one H2(1/4)  member combined with a J = 0 to J = 1 rotational transition of the other H2(1/4) member of the dimer wherein the splitting was due to a rotational transition of [H2(1/4)]2.  Both H2(1/4) and [H2(1/4)]2 were further observed by gas chromatography that showed a gas from hydrino producing reactions with a faster migration rate than that of any known gas considering that hydrogen and helium have the fastest prior known migration rates and corresponding shortest retention times.  Moreover, this so-called fast peak predicted for molecular hydrino was shown to be manifest as a plurality of peaks corresponding to spin isomers observed by electron paramagnetic resonance spectroscopy (EPR) [PROF HAGEN TU DELFT POST].  Depending on the sample conditions, a prior unknown peak was also observed at twice the migration time of the fast or molecular hydrino peak and just after the hydrogen peak that was assigned to the corresponding dimer [H2(1/4)]2.

Additional data on the existence of hydrino using a broad spectrum of other techniques and analyses such as extreme ultraviolet spectroscopy, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, electron beam excitation emission, calorimetry, and others is given in this document:
[Analytical Presentation].

Raman Dimer Text and Figures

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