How Element Changes Proceed with Nuclear Transmutation by Pairs of Electron and Proton in Hydrogen Atom of Water
Sunao Sugihara* and Hiroshi Maiwa
Shonan Institute of Technology, Development of Human Environment, Fujisawa, Japan
*Corresponding Author: Sunao Sugihara, Shonan Institute of Technology, Development of Human Environment, Fujisawa, Japan.
Published: July 27, 2023
We have experienced reduced radioactivity in contaminated soils in Fukushima since 2011 using specially processed water. The results indicated a drastic decrease in radioactivity by changing the radioactive cesium to stable barium without applying substantial energy. We repeated our experiments using water decontamination on Fukushima farms. On the base decontamination evidences, our research presents new insights into applying high pressure (> 100 MPa) to seawater at various locations in the Pacific Ocean. We found element changes by chemical analyses of elements in the seawater to compare them before and after the high-pressure process. Water may form a presumed particle after the dissociation of hydrogen bonds by 147 MPa. Then, we discuss the theoretical viewpoints that element changes occur with the weak energy due to pair of electron and proton in hydrogen atom of water. This work involves the behavior of a proton and an electron pair, and we focus on their nuclear spins. We develop the conversion of sodium to magnesium, cesium, and barium with the presumed particles.
Keywords: nuclear spin; proton and electron; element change; water hydrogen bonds; weak energy of water