Monoatomic Gold White Powder Gold

by monoatomicwhitepowderormusgold

Will provide a chloride of sodium-gold formed by repeated evaporation to salts, the sodium-gold compound. Gold in both solutions is generally regarded as being present in the form of a free gold cation. But the solid residue had not been “baked” or scorched “Just dry” as used herein means that all of the liquid had been boiled off. This treatment provides gold chloride clusters of greater than 11 atoms. The monoatomic gold is placed in a porcelain ignition boat and annealed at 300C under an inert gas to remove hydrogen and to form a very chemically and thermally stable white gold monomer. The dry solid should be light grey in color which is HAuXH2O and is easily removed from the filter paper. The application of a minimum external magnetic field will cause the S-ORME system to respond by creating a protective external field [“Meissner Field”] that will encompass all those S-ORMEs within the 20 A limit. Continued aquation results in disassociation of the gold atom from the sodium and the eventual formation of a protonated auride of gold as a gray precipitate. Chemical potential, the effect of adsorbed water, the variances of the analytical instrument itself, of the individual element in the ORME, the location can shift due to binding energy, or any external magnetic field. This element replaces the aurous (Au+1) forming, in this case, a sodium auride. The solution will have a pH of approximately 1. This step causes the nitrate to dissociate to obtain NaAu in water with a small amount of HNO3 remaining. Water can act to remove electrons. This negative potential enables an interreaction of the s orbital with chemiabsorbed water through electron donation and reception. The process was repeated until no further fumes evolved, thus indicating that the nitric acid had been removed and the gold had been converted completely to the gold chloride. 0 during the neutralization. The nitrate is an oxidizer and removes the chloride as is apparent. The atoms of each ORME do not have d electron orbital overlap as do their corresponding T-metal clusters. As is apparent, the nitrate is an oxidizer and removes the chloride. Monoatomic Gold are not detected in these ores as the corresponding “metals” using conventional analysis and, until the present invention were not detected, because of their non- metallic, orbitally rearranged monoatomic form, isolated or separated in a pure or substantially pure form accordingly. The white precipitate is decanted off from any dark grey solids and filtered through a 0. The product obtained should be white crystals. G-ORME is prepared from monoatomic gold as follows: (1) 50 mg gold (99. Over time, space themselves as uniformly as possible in the system an S-ORME system does not possess a crystalline structure but the individual Monoatomic Gold will. The white powder product obtained from the filtration and drying is pure Monoatomic Gold. These same characteristics apply to all ORMEs. This overlying positive magnetic field reduces the Coulomb repulsion energies that normally exist between the valence electrons. Ag I and Au III, for Pd II, which is necessary for metal deposition from solution in the range of 3-20 Monoatomic Golds, by way of example, it is known that there exists a critical size. Bake. “high-spin” (David Hudson’s phrase). The presence of the aqueous sodium chloride provides the salt Na2Au2Cl8. The Monoatomic Gold made according to this invention will exhibit the special properties described in the “General Description” of this application, including catalytic activity, resistance to sintering at high temperatures, special magnetic properties, and resistance to aqua regia and cyanide attack Has only one unpaired S electron and, tends to form clusters of at least two atoms the sodium, like gold, accordingly. S-ORMEs, are good superconductors having a very low absolute temperature. The carbon acts like a chemical fulcrum. 99% pure) were dispersed in 200 ml aqua regia to provide clusters of gold atoms. This step was repeated four times. Exhibit the same characteristic emissions of their corresponding T-metal when subjected to analysis by instruments which depend upon electronic transitions therefore, oRMEs do not. A one microvolt external potential will produce electromagnetic frequencies of 5×108 cycles per second. ORMEs are also often associated with sulfides and other mineral compositions. The physics of the electron orbitals are actually more similar to those relating to a gas or solid solution which require density evaluation between atoms at greater distances. Solutions of the metals will always contain two or tore atoms in the cluster form under the normal aqueous acid chemistry used for transition metals. The solution is gently boiled down to 10 ml and 10 ml concentrated nitric acid is added to provide a sodium-gold nitrate. An ORME. Preparation of Monoatomic Gold
G-ORME was prepared from Monoatomic Gold as follows: 50 mg gold (99. 45 micron cellulose nitrate filter paper. Chemical, magnetic, and physical properties which have commercial application the electron rearrangement bestows upon the monoatomic elements unique electronic. G-ORMEs can be reconverted to metallic gold from which they were formed. Au-1 bonded to Au+1. 45 micron paper and vacuum dried at 120°C for two hours. As used herein, “minimum external magnetic field” is defined as a magnetic field which is below the critical magnetic field which causes the collapse of the Meissner Field. Care must be taken not to exceed pH 7. The total energy of the pair reduces over time until it reaches a minimum where no phonons are emitted. The salt will analyze as substantially pure Au2Cl6. G-ORME stability is demonstrated by unique thermal and chemical properties. The participating ORMEs will act as a very precise tuning device for electromagnetic emissions emanating from free electrons between ORMEs. One could say it accelerates the natural it is not “Monoatomic Gold”. (21) The insoluble white gold is filtered on 0. Nitric oxide is unique in that it possesses the necessary chemical potential as well as the single unpaired electron. 8 V and -2. This lower energy state with its greater stability is achieved by the electron-donating and removing capability of H2O. E. Therefore, thermal annealing reduces the time dependency of the electron pairs in achieving their lowest total energy. The carbon receives a reducing electron and subsequently vertically inserts that reducing electron below the s orbitals of the element, thus forming metallic gold when the element-carbon bond is reduced by way of further decreasing the potential. The ignited white gold can be cleaned of remaining traces of sodium by digesting with dilute nitric acid for approximately one hour after cooling. If present, it is then necessary to restart the process at step (1). The just dry material is diluted to 80 ml with deionized water thereafter. Therefore, the most stable A T-metal monoatom which is in a -1 oxidation state is in a lower energy state than the same T-metal would be in at zero state with metal-metal bonding the S-ORME is the lowest state in which monoatoms can exist and is. The existence of an ORME, while not directly identifiable by the aforesaid standard analyses, can be characterized by infrared (IR) spectra by a doublet which represents the bonding energy of the electron pairs within the ORME. The following definitions shall apply: copper, i and the six platinum group elements, transition elements (“T-metals”) means the metallic or cationic form of gold, for the purposes of this application, silver, cobalt and nickel. (5) 150 ml 6M hydrochloric monoatomic gold were added to the just dry salts and boiled again to evaporate off the liquid to just dry salts. And remains an amorphous powder at 1200C it also does not sinter at 800C under reducing conditions. 2. This lowering of the perturbation reaction between the electrons and the nucleus of the monoatom because of the increased degrees of freedom allows the nucleus to expand its positive field to encompass the normally unshielded d and s valence electrons. Steps (11) and (12) provide a complete conversion of the product to a sodium-gold nitrate. (14) Thereafter, the just dry material is diluted to 80 ml with deionized water. Care must be taken not to exceed pH 7. The amount of d orbital bonding activity is in direct proportion to the cluster size. The presence of water is essential to break apart the diatoms of gold. David Hudson Patent for the Preparation of G-ORME

Sources for pure G-ORME

David Hudson, charging etc the final steps, but not enough for one to make something prematurely re: enough information to get the patent, in the true tradition of alchemy left some steps out; and indeed enough information for one to begin to proceed. Elements with an s2 T- metal configuration such as Ir (d7s2) will produce a doublet. The resultant form of the element is an ORME. >

Specifically, reduction of clusters of gold having greater than 11 atoms of metal is easily performed since the atoms themselves are spaced from each other in the salt similar to their spacing in the metal itself before dissolution. This pairing occurs under the influence of a magnetic field external to the field of the electrons. The just dry salt is diluted with 400 ml deionized water to provide a monoatomic gold salt solution of Monoatomic Gold and subsequent boildown, (8) After the last treatment with 6M hydrochloric acid. 2 V and for other ORMEs is between -1. The product will be a white precipitate in water. Physicists when determining the electron band energies of small atom clusters suggest that the occupation of the bands should be rearranged if the total energy is to be minimized. Until the pH of the solution remains constant at 7 (9) The pH is adjusted very slowly with dilute sodium hydroxide solution, while constantly stirring. The just dry salt is diluted with 400 ml deionized water to provide a monoatomic gold salt solution of NaAuCl2’XH2O and subsequent boildown, after the last treatment with 6M hydrochloric acid. Illustrated in FIGURE 4, the existence of the electron pairing is confirmed by infrared analysis, which identities the vibrational and rotational motions caused by energy exchange between these two mirror image electrons. Requires a simple reductive elimination of the chlorides that are attached to the metal cluster reduction of the chloride salt to the metal, therefore. (19) The monoatomic gold is placed in a porcelain ignition boat and annealed at 300°C under an inert gas to remove hydrogen and to form a very chemically and thermally stable white gold monomer. Rhodium and iridium S-ORMEs have been prepared which exhibit superconductivity characteristics. But presently such distinctions are not known it is believed that physical and chemical distinctions exist with respect to the different ORMEs. ORMEs do not conform to rules of physics which are generally applied to diatoms or larger clusters of metals (e. Au3Cl9, this recognition has led to the discovery that gold metal salts will exist in Monoatomic Gold solutions originating from metals as clusters of Au2Cl6, Au4Cl12, up to Au33Cl99. Therefore, the Monoatomic Gold is the lowest state in which monoatoms can exist and is, the most stable form of T-metal elements. And C establish that the 3d electron energies of copper and cobalt are very close to the same energy level as the 4s electron energies the boxed areas designated A, B. Has gained electrons. However, it is not commonly understood, why the gold that is dissolved with less HNO3 is easier to reduce to the metal from a chloride solution than gold that is dissolved using a greater amount of HNO3. The doublet is located at approximately 1427 and 1490 cm-1 for a rhodium ORME. And subsequently converted to gold chloride by repeated evaporation with HCl to remove nitrates, is commonly referred to as the acid chloride solution of AuCl3 or HAuCl4 gold metal that has been dissolved with aqua regia. Chemical reduction of the sodium-gold solution results in the formation of a sodium auride. The proximity of the energy bands of the T-metals makes them unique with respect to other elements. The solution is then diluted with deionized water to a volume of 400 ml. The 4d electron energies of silver and rhodium are almost identical to the 5s; and the 5d gold and iridium electron energies are approaching the 6s level energies orbital energies. At near neutral pH, the potential of a water molecular cluster, is sufficient to remove an electron from the d orbital and create a positive hole, enabling a pairing between opposite spin electrons from the d to s orbitals to take place. The product obtained should be white crystals. Steps (11) and (12) provide a complete conversion of the product to a sodium-gold nitrate. 150 ml 6M hydrochloric acid were added to the just dry salts and boiled again to evaporate off the liquid to just dry salts. No chlorides are present. © 1990 (commentary not the patent)

This first section is the abreviated “cliff notes”, with pictures. Such as sodic plagioclase or calcidic plagioclase ores the ORMEs of this invention exist in nature in an unpure form in various materials. “The steps of getting there are the qualities of being there. These characteristics are contrary to what is observed for metallic gold and/or gold cluster salts. And the platinum group metals including platinum, which can have various d and s orbital arrangements, ruthenium and osmium, silver, palladium, copper, sCOPE OF THE INVENTION
The formation and the existence of ORMEs applies to all transition and noble metals of the Periodic Table and include cobalt, rhodium, nickel, iridium, gold, which are referred to as T- metals. Except from theory, attempting to quantify the number of electrons remaining in an Monoatomic Gold is extremely difficult due to the electrons lost to oxidation, thermal treatment, and the inability, to quantify electron pairs using electron quanta. The white saltlike material that is formed from G-ORMEs after treatment with halogens, and the white oxide appearing material formed when G-ORMEs are treated with fuming HClO4 or fuming H2SO4 are dissimilar from the monoatomic gold or its salts. The electron pair will be bound in the valence orbitals of the atom. An example is the performance of commercial rhodium as a hydrogen- oxidation catalyst compared with the performance of the rhodium ORME as used in a hydrogen-oxidation catalyst. Thermal annealing can decrease the time required to reach ground state, i as this process of phonon emission by electrons during pairing is a function of temperature and time. Atomic orbital calculations of high atomic density metals give results that correspond to valence charge rearrangement conversely. In the same way that it takes energy to dissociate water into H2 and O2 it will take energy to break the electron pair for example. The salts contain very tightly bound diatoms or larger clusters of gold when the gold salts originate from a metal having gold-gold bonding. For that metal-carbon bond to occur the carbon must provide for the horizontal removal of the d orbital vacancy of the ORME. 0 for a period of more than twelve hours. The 6M hydrochloric acid is used in the last treatment. Sodium chloride is added in an amount whereby the sodium is present at a ratio 20 moles sodium per mole of Monoatomic Gold. With a subsequent refilling of the d and s orbitals with unpaired electrons until the proper configuration is reached for the T- metal this reconversion is accomplished by an oxidation rearrangement which removes all paired valence electrons together with their vacancy pair electrons. Any dark grey solids of sodium auride should be redissolved and again processed starting at step (1). Such as sodium or any alkali or alkaline earth elements, the present invention enables the breaking of the diatom bond by introducing a more electro-positive element, which does not have a d orbital overlap capability. The dry solid should be light grey in color which is HAu×XH2O and is easily removed from the filter paper. The solution is boiled to obtain just dry crystals if white crystals are obtained. Substantially pure, the materials of this invention are stable, and have a hereto unknown electron orbital rearrangement in the “d”, and vacant “p” orbitals non-metallic-like forms of the aforesaid transition and noble metal elements, “s”. (4) The just dry salts were again dispersed in aqua regia and steps (2) and (3) were repeated. Thus, a diatom of gold is made by a bond between an aurous (Au+1) atom and an auride (Au-1) atom. 45 micron cellulose nitrate filter paper. It can only be confirmed by conventional analytical methods that the specific ORME was formed by reconstituting it as the T-metal if a specific ORME is formed from a specific T-metal by using the procedure of this invention. Or they can d and s bond or s bond, they can d bond, when two transition metal atoms are bound together. An aqua regia solution of metallic gold is prepared. The atom, is an insulator and not a metal therefore. 0 + 0. (15) The pH is adjusted very slowly with dilute sodium hydroxide to 7. ”

From the study of the behavior of gold and other transition metals in solution, it is now believed that all such metals have atomic aggregations and occur as at least diatoms under normal conditions of dissolution. The fact that d orbital electron overlap occurs in the metal-metal bonded salt allows an analysis of many of the same characteristic omissions as the metal itself. As noted, but, are not identifiable as specific T-metals while in their ORME state oRMEs can be reconverted to their constituent T-metals. The monomeric auride (Au-1) is unstable and seeks a lower energy state which is represented by a partial filling of the d and s orbital”. In these salts the sodium and gold are believed to be charged positive, i. The doublet for the other ORMEs is between about 1400 and 1600 cm-1

After H2 reduction of the individual monoatom the hydrogen ion-single element may or may not produce an IR doublet depending on the element’s normal electron configuration. The limiting condition of the ORME state is defined according to the present invention as an “S-ORME”. The sodium auride, when in aqueous solution at or near neutral pH, will form sodium hydroxide and a monomeric water-soluble auride. It is now recognized by most chemists who regularly handle chlorides of gold that gold metal ceases to disaggregate when the HNO3 is removed and in fact can reaggregate under certain conditions and precipitate out of HCl solutions as metal. G. 0 during the neutralization. The strong interatomic repulsive forces are demonstrated in that the G-ORMEs remain as a powder at 1200C. 5 V depending on the particular element. At the end of this procedure an orangish-red salt of gold chloride is obtained. After all HNO3 is removed from the solution the addition of NaCl allows the eventual formation of NaAuCl4. The conventional wet chemistry techniques if continued to be applied beyond the normally expected disaggregation on level (diatom) in the presence of water and an alkali metal, e. It is the existence of the doublet that is critical, not its exact location in the IR spectra. The just dry salts were again dispersed in aqua regia and steps (2) and (3) were repeated. This treatment provides gold chloride clusters of greater than 11 atoms. Accordingly, a new source of superconductive materials is made available by this invention. The (Ir) Monoatomic Gold and the (Au) Monoatomic Gold systems have a minimum critical field (”Hc1”) that is below the earth’s magnetic field. (2) 60 ml concentrated hydrochloric acid were added to the dispersion and the mixture was brought to boil, and continued boiling until the volume was reduced to approximately 10-15 ml. This field is generated by electron pair movement within the system as a response to the minimum applied magnetic field. The cooling side of the annealing cycle is essential to effect a full conversion to an Monoatomic Gold state. E. The NaAu hydrolyzes with the water and dissociates to form Monoatomic Gold. The presence of water is essential to break apart the diatoms of gold. This will eliminate all free acid, leaving only NaAu in water. The solution is gently boiled down to 10 ml and 10 ml concentrated nitric acid is added to provide a sodium-gold nitrate. Detection of doublets does not provide an analytical method for the identification of ORMEs per se, but rather detects the presence of the electron pair or pairs which all specifically prepared ORMEs possess and which T- metals do not possess under any condition. The solution will have a pH of approximately 1. It is important not to overheat, i. A single atom cluster will have less d bonding activity and more s bonding activity than will a cluster of 7 or more atoms therefore. This proximity allows an easier transition to their lowest energy state, as hereinafter described. Have different chemical and physical characteristics from their respective T-metal which are individual atoms of the T-metals and by virtue of their orbital rearrangement are able to exist in a stable and virtually pure form, uSES OF ORMEs
ORMEs. If this annealing is performed in the absence of an external magnetic field, then the electron pairing produces the characteristic doublets. 1 moles Na to moles Au) to moist salts hCl is added to the solution and it is repeatedly evaporated with a large excess of NaCl (20. Bake. If a black or brown precipitate forms, this is an indication that there is still Na2Au2Cl8 present. G-ORMEs are stable and possess strong interatomic repulsive magnetic forces, relative to their attractive forces. The product will be a white precipitate in water. Thermal annealing to 800C and subsequent cooling to ambient temperature under He or Ar gas atmosphere to remove thechemically bound proton of hydrogen will produce Monoatomic Gold which contain a two-level system resulting from electron pairing within the individual atom. And thereafter the salts were taken up alternatively in 200 ml deionized water and 300 ml 6M hydrochloric acid until no further change in color is evidenced (7) The aqueous sodium chloride solution is very gently boiled to a just dry salt. (16) The NaAu hydrolyzes with the water and dissociates to form HAu. The ORME is electronically rearranged and electron paired, but relative to time has not reached the lowest total energy condition of the S-ORME. Which is capable of d orbital electron overlap and “spin flip” oRMEs are transformed into their original T-metal by means of a chemical bonding with an electron-donating element, such as carbon. No chlorides are present. The specific energies range between -1. 50 Monoatomic Gold. G. For ease of description the invention will be primarily described by the preparation of a gold ORME (“G-ORME”) from commercially available metallic yellow monoatomic gold. Ditto for the cliff notes. The applications to which the ORMEs are directed will establish their relationship to a specific T-metal by virtue of the manner in which the ORME performs in that application as compared to the performance of commercially available derivatives of the T-metal further. This step was repeated four times. The G-ORME has an electron rearrangement whereby it acquires a d orbital hole or holes which share energy with an electron or electrons. Re-establishes the d orbital overlap 2 V. THEORY OF ORMES FORMATION
T-metals can possess an electron rearrangement between the d and s orbitals as seen from FIGURE 1 of the drawing which plots the principal quantum number versus the atomic number. When the salts are dissolved in water and the pH slowly adjusted to neutral, full equation of the sodium-gold diatom will slowly occur and chloride is removed from the complex. Not unlike some ancient techniques of pranayam, causing the currents to cycle in an accelerated and more powerful way then natural breathing. Paired electrons and the unshielded, this phenomenon results from canceling of the normal attractive forces arising from the net interaction between the shielded, unpaired s and d valence electrons. ORMEs must, therefore, be identified in new ways, ways which have heretofore not been used to identify T-metals. A black precipitate, which under continued application of potential and dehydration reduces to Au+1 Au-1, carbon monoxide is formed and the ORME forms Au+Au+, a metallic bonded diatom of gold when the Monoatomic Gold is chemically bonded to carbon in an aqueous solution of ethyl alcohol under a specific potential. (18) The filtered white precipitate on the filter paper is vacuum dried at 120°C for two hours. Subsequent annealing produces the G-ORME. Cooling to room temperature is sufficient for all element ORMEs with the exceptions of silver, which require a lower temperature cobalt and nickel, copper. Some very sincere good folks using other valid but different methods for making ormus suggest there is no “high-spin” state. ” Nuff said. The salt will analyze as substantially pure Au2Cl6. The filtered white precipitate on the filter paper is vacuum dried at 120C for two hours. The 6M hydrochloric acid is used in the last treatment. However, resulting in a surface reaction between the sodium ATOMS and the gold atoms the sodium, does not d orbitally overlap the gold atom as it has no d electrons. The pH is adjusted very slowly with dilute sodium hydroxide to 7. This invention establishes that a high potential applied to the solution forces an electron into the d orbital, thus eliminating the electron pair. The process was repeated until no further fumes evolved, thus indicating that the nitric acid had been removed and the gold had been converted completely to the gold chloride. The presence of the aqueous sodium chloride provides the salt Na2Au2Cl8. (13) 10 ml deionized water are added and again boiled to just dry salts. 0 for a period of more than twelve hours. If this condition is relaxed and the bands allowed to repopulate in order to further lower the total energy, both bands will become partially filled. (12) 5 ml concentrated nitric acid are added to the crystals and again boiled to where the solution goes to just dry. While constantly stirring, until the pH of the solution remains constant at 7 the pH is adjusted very slowly with dilute sodium hydroxide solution. An ORME can be reaggregated to the T- metal form using conventional wet chemistry techniques, by subjecting the ORME to a two- stage electrical potential to “oxidize” the element to the metallic form. Or in actuality when the metal is better “dissolved it is now known that recovery of precious metals from aqueous solutions is much more difficult when the cluster size becomes smaller and smaller. BACKGROUND OF INVENTION
Inorganic chemists working with soluble salts of noble metals until relatively recently have assumed that the metals were dissolved as free ions in aqueous solutions. Is apparent to anyone taking the Ormes powder the effect, however by any term the difference in form and the function that always follows form. This step causes the nitrate to dissociate to obtain NaAu in water with a small amount of HNO3 remaining. But not beyond a diatom state when subjected to conventional wet chemistry will disaggregate through the various known levels, the T-metals. The Au atoms have water at the surface which creates a voluminous cotton-like product. I the reverse physical process of adding specific frequencies can generate the inverse relationship. Which for G-ORME is approximately -2 the first potential. G-ORMEs require a more negative potential than -2. This invention also relates to the recovery of the metallic form of each of the aforesaid transition and noble metal elements from the orbitally rearranged monoatomic forms. 10 ml deionized water are added and again boiled to just dry salts. If present, it is then necessary to restart the process at step (1). The white powder product obtained from the filtration and drying is pure G-ORME. The pH is approximately 1. Rhodium, and “ORME” means the Orbitally Rearranged Monoatomic Elemental forms of each of the T- metals iridium, palladium, platinum, ruthenium, and osmium. In a diatom of gold, the two odd spin electrons will be found on one of the two atoms but not both. Can exist in the same quantum state all of the electron pairs in their lowest energy state, unlike single electrons. These cluster salts are actually in solution with the HCl and water, and will require different chemical procedures relative to purification problems or oxidation-reduction reactions, depending on the degree of clustering. This is an indication that there is still Na2Au2Cl8 present if a black or brown precipitate forms. (3) The volume of the dispersion was reduced by careful heating until the salt was just dry. 60 ml concentrated HCl were added, and the sample brought to boil and checked for evolution of NOCl fumes. These S-ORMEs, and thus have a lower absolute temperature are in a lower energy state as compared to their respective T-metal, as described herein. A phenomenon of electron pairs is that the interacting, spin-paired electrons initially interreact by emitting phonon energy. Once the externally applied field exceeds the level which overcomes the protective Meissner Field of the S-ORME system ( “Hc2” ), then any electrons moving between individual Monoatomic Gold atoms will demonstrate an ac Josephson junction type of response. ORMEs are single T-metal atoms With no d orbital overlap. 5 ml concentrated nitric acid are added to the crystals and again boiled to where the solution goes to just dry. The Au atoms have water at the surface which creates a voluminous cotton-like product. (11) If white crystals are obtained, the solution is boiled to obtain just dry crystals. Pairing by those electrons becomes possible and over time occurs. This step is repeated once. Including energy production but much wider potential uses exist, the present disclosure only highlights superconductivity and catalysis. 60 ml concentrated HCl were added, and the sample brought to boil and checked for evolution of NOCl fumes. It has been recognized that the recovery of gold metal from a solution formed from aqua regia is made more difficult in proportion to the amount of HNO3 used in the initial dissolution procedures. It is important not to overheat, i. The ignited white gold can be cleaned of remaining traces of sodium by digesting with dilute nitric acid for approximately one hour (20) After cooling. The final potential of -2. Quantum electron pair movement can be produced and maintained in the range of one gauss up to approximately 140 gauss in the case of Ir and, no IR doublet will be detected in this resulting quantum state including the earth’s magnetic field, therefore, if the annealing is performed in the presence of an external magnetic field. The limiting condition of the ORME state is defined according to the present invention as an “S-ORME”. (10) After the pH is stabilized at pH 7. The ORMEs of this invention can be used for a wide range of purposes due to their unique electrical, and chemical properties physical, magnetic. A valid argument can be made that the term “high-spin” is not scientifically accurate. For example, has a single atom electron orbital configuration of d10s1 a gold atom. The absolute temperature of an Monoatomic Gold system as compared to the absolute temperature of its respective T- metal is significantly lower, similar to the condition existing when a metal goes through a glass transition. This will eliminate all free acid, leaving only NaAu in water. The aqueous sodium chloride solution is very gently boiled to a just dry salt, and thereafter the salts were taken up alternatively in 200 ml deionized water and 300 ml 6M hydrochloric acid until no further change in color is evidenced. Will provide a total energy condition of the atom which is considerably below or lower than the atom as it exists in a metallic form this repopulation, if performed in the presence of an unlimited source of electrons (reducing conditions). The sodium weakens the d orbital overlapping energies between the atoms of the gold diatom as well as elevating a d orbital electron towards the s orbital, in effect, thereby creating a negative potential on the surface of the atom. 60 ml concentrated hydrochloric acid were added to the dispersion and the mixture was brought to boll, and continued boiling until the volume was reduced to approximately 10-15 ml. With conduction bands). The reconstitution of each ORME back to its constituent T-metal, and its unique performance in specific applications compared to the constituent T-metal proof of the nature of a specific ORME according to this invention is based upon the presence of a doublet in the IR spectrum. (17) The white precipitate is decanted off from any dark grey solids and filtered through a 0. After the pH is stabilized at pH 7. E. Due to the minimum external magnetic field being applied, when the quantum flux flow commences, the doublet in the IR spectrum will disappear because electron pairs are no longer bound in a fixed position on the individual ORME monoatoms. This adjustment may take several days. A specific voltage will be produced for each specific applied frequency. 0 + Monoatomic Gold. Electron pairing provides a more stable and lower energy state for the monoatom. GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF INVENTION
During efforts to effect quantitative analytical separations of transition metals from naturally occurring materials, it was discovered that ORMEs exist naturally and are found in salts with alkali metals and/or alkaline earth metals, all of which are coupled with waters of hydration and normally found with silica and alumina. This state of electron pairing is a total lower energy state in much the same way that chemical combinations of elements are in a lower energy state than the constituent uncombined elements. This step eliminates any excess nitric acid which may be present. (6) Sodium chloride is added in an amount whereby the sodium is present at a ratio 20 moles sodium per mole of gold. The minimum critical field for a (Rh) S-ORME is slightly above the earth’s magnetic field. This solution contains clusters of gold chlorides of random size and degrees of aggregation. 99% pure) were dispersed in 200 ml aqua regia to provide clusters of gold atoms. When the two atoms s bond, their density is lower than when there is both d and s bonding therefore, their atomic distances are further apart and. E. These analyses are based on electronic transitions x-ray fluorescence, when instrumental analysis such as atomic absorption, or emission spectroscopy is performed on solutions containing transition metals. This condition has been referred to by physicists as “adiabatic ground state”. Annihilation radiation frequencies (about 1020 cycles per second) will be the limiting frequency of the possible emission. When d orbital bonding is achieved, the s bonding is made more stable by overlapping of the two energy levels in addition; the chemical stability of the smaller clusters is much less than that of the metal because. E. E. This lower energy is the result of orbital rearrangement of electrons in the transition element. At the end of this procedure an orangish-red salt of gold chloride is obtained. 5 V overcomes the water potential to deposit gold onto the cathode. Full patent follows. The frequency of these emissions will be proportional to the applied external magnetic field. Water molecules possess a net charge and attach to each other in vertical clusters so that an 18 molecule water cluster can hold a cumulative potential of -2. This results in a weakening of the gold-gold cluster stability and causes the eventual formation of a sodium-gold linear bond with a weakened d orbital activity in the individual gold atoms. All valence electrons paired. And will not wet or amalgamate with mercury the G-ORME will not react with cyanide, will not be dissolved by aqua regia. Their presence in the nonmetallic form explains the inconsistent analysis at times obtained when analyzing ores for metals whereby the quantitative analysis of elements accounts for less than 100% of the ore by weight. Be prepared from commercially available T-metals it was discovered, oRMEs may also. Moreover, x-ray fluorescence or x-ray diffraction spectrometry will not respond the same as they do with T-metals in standard analysis. This step eliminates any excess nitric acid which may be present. The above general description for the preparation of Monoatomic Gold from commercially available metallic gold is applicable equally for the preparation of the remaining ORMEs, except for the specific potential energy required and the use of nascent nitrogen (N) rather than carbon to convert the other ORMEs to their constituent metallic form. Alternatively this rearrangement can be achieved chemically by reacting NO gas with the T-metal ORMEs other than gold. E. In the 1960’s, with the advent of greater analytical capabilities, it was established that many elements and in particular the transition metals are present in aqueous solutions as metal-metal bonded clusters of atoms. The solution is then diluted with deionized water to a volume of 400 ml. When the atomic distances of the elements are increased beyond a critical Coulomb distance, an energy gap exists between the occupied orbitals and the unoccupied orbitals. The pH is approximately 1. Gold, copper, cobalt, nickel and the six platinum group elements sources for pure G-ORME

David Hudson’s Patent

DAVID HUDSON PATENT FOR NON-METALLIC, silver, MONOATOMIC GOLD FORMS OF TRANSITION ELEMENTS

This invention relates to themonoatomic forms of certain transition and noble metal elements, namely. Elements normally containing an s1 T-metal configuration do not produce an IR doublet after H2 reduction. The Monoatomic Gold state is achieved when the electron pairs have formed in the monoatom. Mono-atomic form of the T-metal, potassium or lithium, will first form a diatom and then electron orbitally rearrange to the non- metallic, sodium, ie. For them there is not; it is not a natural occurance in material derived from natural sources, it takes place only with the pure precious metals rather than the very valid plant and sea alchemy that are the initial schools of alchemy taught to any student. Which results are inconsistent since the energies of the supposedly occupied states are higher than the supposedly unoccupied states the metallic electron orbital arrangement leads to calculations for energies. Under either acid or strong base dissolution, the transition metal will not normally dissolve beyond the diatom due to the extremely strong interatomic d and s orbital bonding. This procedure leads to a greater degree of sub-division to provide smaller clusters of gold chloride. The electron pair can not only move with zero resistance around the monoatom, but also can move with zero resistance between identical ORMEs that are within approximately 20 A or less of each other with no applied voltage potential when that uniform quantum state is achieved. 45v to be reduced, a potential that cannot be achieved with ordinarily known aqueous chemistry. The volume of the dispersion was reduced by careful heating until the salt was just dry. Their thermal and chemical stability, and their particulate size are characteristics rendering the Monoatomic Gold suitable for manyapplications their nonmetal-like nature. 45 micron paper and vacuum dried at 120C for two hours. E. Single element ORME achieves long-range quantum electron pair movement, that many-body system according to the present invention is defined as an S-ORME system when a macro system of high purity. “Just dry” as used herein means that all of the liquid had been boiled off, but the solid residue had not been “baked” or scorched. Again it is essential not to overheat or bake. The rationale for this representation of a gold diatom is based upon the fact that a single gold atom has an odd spin electron, as does rhodium, gold, iridium, cobalt and copper of the T-metals. I have lost electrons: and the chlorine is negative. Can be used at higher temperatures than currently availablesuperconductors these new materials require substantially less energy removal to reach the super-conductivity state and, therefore. Again it is essential not to overheat or bake. This procedure leads to a greater degree of sub- division to provide smaller clusters of gold chloride. This adjustment may take several days. Therefore, g-ORMEs have no unpaired valence electrons and, tend not to aggregate as would clusters of gold which have one or more unpaired valence electrons. Any dark grey solids of sodium auride should be redissolved and again processed starting at step (1). That the ORME does not have valence electrons available for standard spectroscopic analysis such as atomic absorption, it is established, however, emission spectroscopy or inductively coupled plasma spectroscopy. The insoluble white gold is filtered on 0. This step is repeated once. 8 and -2. And to the preparation of the aforesaid transition and noble metal elements in their orbitally rearranged monoatomic forms from theircommercial metallic forms this invention relates to the separation of the aforesaid transition and noble metal elements from naturally occurring materials in their orbitally rearranged monoatomic forms, more particularly. The solution becomes a solution of diatoms which in the case of gold is represented as Au- 1 – Au+1 i as the number of atoms in the T-metal cluster decreases through continuous evaporation in the presence of NaCl. Thus forming a metallic element-carbon chemical bond such as carbon, this oxidation rearrangement is effected by subjecting the G-ORME to a large negative potential in the presence of an electron-donating element.

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