Vol. 13, no.3, 2021


Transfer of "dark hydrogen" by atomic matter. Methods of diagnostics of "dark hydrogen"

Dmitry S. Baranov

Joint Institute for High Temperatures of Russian Academy of Sciences, https://jiht.ru/
Moscow 125412, Russian Federation
E-mail: bds07@yandex.ru
Valery N. Zatelepin
Laboratory INLIS
Moscow 127521, Russian Federation
E-mail: zvn07@yandex.ru
Viktor A. Panchelyuga
Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics of the Russian Academy of Sciences, https://iteb.ru/
Pushchino 142290, Moscow region, Russian Federation
E-mail: victor.panchelyuga@gmail.com
Alexander L. Shishkin
Dubna 141983, Russian Federation
E-mail: avkbeta@mail.ru

Received July 05, 2021, peer-reviewed July 19, 2021, accepted July 26, 2021

Abstract: This work experimentally shown that traces found on track detectors during the study of low-energy nuclear reactions are also formed in the course of many widely used technical processes (combustion of hydrocarbons, operation of internal combustion engines, physicochemical processes accompanying the process of charging smartphone batteries). This coincidence of the track pattern allows us to consider low-energy nuclear reactions as a significant environmental factor, and indicates the important role of “dark hydrogen” in nature. The paper shows the convective transfer of “dark hydrogen” from the discharge zone along the path of the air-water mixture. Using the theoretical model of “dark hydrogen”, fundamentally new, less laborious, in comparison with track, methods of its registration have been developed and described: 1) measurement of the charge of a copper box with its irradiation with “dark hydrogen”, 2) measurement of pressure in a closed volume when irradiated with “dark hydrogen”, 3) the use of a torsion balance with a nickel plate with magnets when irradiated with “dark hydrogen”.

Keywords: low-energy nuclear reactions, “dark hydrogen”, track detectors, tracks, registration methods

UDC 537.58:53.047br>
RENSIT, 2021, 13(3):319-328 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2021.13.319.

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