2003 Japanese Study of Pure Titanium Treated with Ohmasa Gas Show Element Synthesis and Production of Nanocarbon

Thanks to Bob Greenyer for sharing this post, and links:

Just got sent this, this afternoon

2003 Japanese Study of pure Titanium treated with Ohmasa Gas show element synthesis and production of Nanocarbon.

Large atomic % of Aluminium found around ‘burned’ hole, some signs of Cu production also.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Uyk3VgQ-QdyqDhx5BooMwxfIIbkFr3Bt/view

https://uploads.disquscdn.c…Ti

Production of Al with N + Ti
http://www.nanosoft.co.nz/results/TwoToTwo_E1eqNandE2eqTiandE3eqAlByMeVDescLimit100.html
Production of Cu with N + Ti
http://www.nanosoft.co.nz/results/TwoToTwo_E1eqNandE2eqTiandE4eqCuByMeVDescLimit100.html

Production of Fe with N + Ti
http://www.nanosoft.co.nz/results/TwoToTwo_E1eqNandE2eqTiandE4eqFeByMeVDescLimit100.html to Two Reactions

Production of Si with N + Ti
http://www.nanosoft.co.nz/results/TwoToTwo_E1eqNandE2eqTiandE3eqSiByMeVDescLimit100.html

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