Fuel Energizer

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Introduction to the Magnetic Treatment of Fuel By R.J. Kita Hydrogen is the lightest and most basic element known to man. With its simple structure comprised of only one proton and one electron, it is one of the major constituents of all hydrocarbon based fuels. By studying the response of hydrogen with respect to magnetic fields and the accompanying increased energy output, much can be learned and applied to other related fuels. In the oxidation/combustion of hydrocarbon fuels, it is the outer shell of the hydrogen that is combusted first. Hydrogen, the first element of the chemical periodic chart, has the atomic number 1 and the atomic weight 1.0079. Since it possesses only one electron, it has the valence of positive 1. Even though hydrogen is the simplest of all elements, it possesses two distinctive forms: ortho-hydrogen and para-hydrogen. To secure conversion of para to ortho state, it is necessary to change the energy of interaction between nuclear spins. The molecules of the two gases, para and ortho-hydrogen differ in the relative orientation of the nuclear spins of the two protons. In para molecules the spins of the protons are anti-parallel, while in the ortho molecule the spins are parallel. The para molecules occupy the even rotational levels, and the ortho molecules occupy the odd levels. The orientations of the spins have a pronounced effect on the behavior of the molecule. In fact, ortho-hydrogen is unstable and more reactive than its para-hydrogen counterpart. The liquid hydrogen fuel that is used to power the space shuttle is stored in the para-hydrogen form, which is less volatile. A utility patent was awarded to Simon Ruskin, 3228 868, which relates the means by which hydrogen rocket fuel can be converted from para-hydrogen to orthohydrogen through the application of a magnetic field. Note that under U.S.C. 35 section 101, any utility patent must be proven scientifically operable and correct before issuance. Design patents are not subject to...
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