New extraordinary Hydrino confirmation by FTIR that resolves the experimental mysteries of so-called “metaborate monomer” data wherein molecular Hydrino H2(1/4) theoretical predictions match line positions, intensities, and spectra dependency on the crystalline structure of a host matrix. The theoretical spin orbital coupling and fluxon linkage spectral predictions for EPR, Raman, electron beam excitation emission, and now FTIR fine structure observed during precited spin-flip and ro-vibrational transitions match experimental observations over an energy range of greater than 1 million-fold. Hydrino signatures can be used to advance power technology, laser, and energetic materials development.
Remarkably, the Hydrino Raman transitions can be switched from line emission to SQUID-like behavior of a single emission transition by application of a strong external magnetic field. The optical SQUID characteristic is enabling of an ultrafast, ultracompact photonic computer and other electronic devices.
Spectra filters confirm the high energy nature of the Hydrino Raman spectra.