Emission Spectrum of Nickel Vapour

In answer to Gareth’s question I think that the intense white light seen in E Cat is the broad band visible ultra violet frequency emission spectrum of nickel, vapourized by the fission’s huge amount of released binding energy. The total mass of the products of the fission is smaller than that of one nickel atom plus proton so the mass loss delta m is converted to energy delta m c squared. The mass loss releases a huge amount of energy, mega electron volts, as heat and emitted light. Nickel does not emit in the gamma ray range, so there are no gamma rays. I am currently working on extending the theory of the various LENR papers of the UFT series to m theory. For example UFT246 to UFT248.

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