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Subject: Re: Non-Thermonuclear neutrons-
Date: Aug 09, 9:07 pm
Poster: Mark Harriss
On Aug 09, 9:07 pm, Mark Harriss wrote:
>If, however, the tritium level rose along with the hydrogen level and He3 then we would be fusing. This again, has got to be the difinitive test for fusion in any device if splitting is as common in plasmas as a few would have us believe.
Hi Richard, would it be possible to throttle down a fusor below X-ray emission levels, then using a glass porthole take a spectroscope reading and see if any helium lines show up on the spectroscope?. Also does tritium have any different spectra to that of hydrogen?, You wouldn't get any exact amounts but you would get conclusive proof of whether it fusion or stripping of the neutrons.
- Re: Non-Thermonuclear neutrons- - Richard Hull Aug 10, 0:17 am
- Re: Non-Thermonuclear neutrons- - Dave Cooper Aug 10, 2:07 am