Vol. 13, no.3, 2021


Magnetic Fields and High-Temperature Superconductivity in Excited Liquids. Unknown Particles

Gennady V. Mishinsky

Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, http://www.jinr.ru/
Dubna 141980, Moscow Region, Russian Federation
E-mail: mysh@jinr.ru

Received May 31, 2021, peer-reviewed June 14, 2021, accepted June 21, 2021

Abstract: The article presents a number of experiments in liquid media on the transformation (transmutation) of atomic nuclei of some chemical elements into atomic nuclei of other chemical elements. In the theory of low-energy nuclear reactions, the transmutation of atomic nuclei occurs in strong magnetic fields, more than 30 T. Magnetic fields appear in ionized liquid media as a result of the unidirectional motion of an ensemble of electrons. The exchange interaction between electrons with parallel spins forms a self-consistent field in the medium, in which electrons pair into orthobosons with S = 1ћ. Orthobosons are attracted to each other and form orthoboson “solenoids” - “capsules” with strong magnetic fields inside. “Capsules” can fly out of liquid media, and then they are registered as unknown particles with strange properties. In some cases, when an electric current passes through the liquid, the electric current can be realized in the form of orthobosonic “solenoids” connected in continuous “filaments” from one electrode to another. Such “filaments” exhibit characteristics of superconductivity

Keywords: low-energy nuclear reactions, exchange interaction, quantum fluids, low-temperature plasma, electron pairing, strong magnetic fields, high-temperature superconductivity, unknown particles

PACS: 03.75.Mn; 03.75.Nt; 25.60.Pj; 25.85.-w; 52.25.Xz; 67.57.Lm; 74.20.−z; 75.50.Mm

RENSIT, 2021, 13(3):303-312 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2021.13.303.

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