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Search for Superconductivity in Ultra-dense Deuterium D(-1) at Room Temperature: Depletion of D(-1) at Field Strength > 0.05 T

Journal article
Authors Patrik U Andersson
Leif Holmlid
S. Fuelling
Published in Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism
Volume 25
Issue 4
Pages 873-882
ISSN 1557-1939
Publication year 2012
Published at Department of Chemistry and Molecular Biology
Pages 873-882
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10948-011-1371-...
Keywords Ultra-dense deuterium, Superconductor, Coulomb explosion, Magnetic field, rydberg matter, catalyst, clusters, styrene, bond
Subject categories Chemical Sciences

Abstract

Ultra-dense deuterium D(-1) is expected to be both a superfluid and a superconductor as shown by recent theoretical research. Condensed D(-1) can be deposited on surfaces by a source which produces a stream of clusters. A magnetic field strongly influences the type of material formed. Very little of D(-1) and of the form D(1), which is strongly coupled to D(-1), exists on the magnet surface or within several mm from the magnet surface. Even the formation of D(-1) on the source emitter is strongly influenced by a magnetic field, with a critical field strength in the range 0.03-0.07 T. Higher excitation levels D(2) and D(3) dominate in a magnetic field. The excitation level D(2) is now observed for the first time. The removal of D(-1) and D(1) in strong magnetic fields is proposed to be due to a Meissner effect in long D(-1) clusters by large-orbit electron motion. The lifting of long D(-1) clusters above the magnet surface is slightly larger than expected, possibly due to the coupling to D(1). The previously reported oscillation between D(-1) and D(1) in an electric field is proposed to be due to destruction of D(-1).

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