Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Analysis of the HRM Spectra in Plasma Glow Discharge

Authors: Stoyan Sarg

The HRM effect (Heterodyne Resonance Mechanism) is predicted in the Basic Structures of Matter – Supergravitation Unified Theory (BSM-SG). In properly activated neutral plasma a discrete frequency spectrum in radiofrequency range is observed. The term heterodyne means that the process is activated in the kHz range, while the observed spectrum is in the MHz range. The spectrum is different from the vibrational rotational spectra of molecules. It has spatial and time duration limits and could be observed only in a small volume at fast sweep time. The spectrum characteristics depend on the type of gas and conditions of the transient process. Hydrogen and inert gases are the most suitable for the HRM effect. According to analysis, the HRM spectrum is a signature of synchronized spin-flips of the electrons involved in ion-electron pairs. HRM effect involves quantum mechanical interactions in which the electrons access the zeropoint energy of the physical vacuum. It is predicted that the HRM effect takes place in the transient process of lightning. The signature of HRM effect in the lightning is a subject of another article. Keywords: neutral plasma, glow discharge spectrum, Rydberg matter, electron spin flip, zeropoint energy

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[v1] 2019-04-15 10:37:28
[v2] 2019-04-17 12:04:23

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