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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.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 14C. The high resolution (0.5 cm-1) FTIR spectrum (490–4000 cm-1) of KI:H2(1/4) showing unique sharp peaks assigned to H2(1/4).
Also see Slide 74 in the Analytical Presentation.

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.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 9A.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 21A.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 21B.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 21C.
Also see Slide 81 in the Analytical Presentation.

Spectra filters confirm the high energy nature of the Hydrino Raman spectra.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 9A.

Hydrino States of Hydrogen – Figure 9E.