11.14.2019

DIIP Fusion: Dusty Ionic Implosion Plasma Fusion

DIIP Fusion pronounced DEEP

So it turns out that oxide is not needed, simply ionic compounds hence this more basic type of fusion (compared to MODPI fusion).  I believe vacancies in the crystal structure may be important to muons forming which cause the structural implosion and fusion.

Ionic compounds are bombarded with dusty reducing plasma causing structural collapse and fusion via muons as an intermediary catalyst.

The ionic compound might preferably have surface anion vacancies, I'm unsure about cation vacancies.  These vacancies may be formed upon bombardment with dusty plasma and possibly heat - in the case that the plasma is a flame.

The dusty reducing plasma would preferably be hydrogen sulfide or telluride or another reducing plasma.  It would preferably contain  silica dust - or another preferably positive triboelectric charging dust (like mica, glass, quartz etc) since it can easily donate accumulated electrons, however negative tribocharging materials like nano or micro gold dust may also work.

The size of the dust particles will play an effect since the larger the dust the more charge it can hold, but there is surely an upper limit to effective dust size.

The temperature of the plasma may also play an effect with possibly lower temperatures being better for enhanced conductivity however a flame is the cheapest and easiest way to make a plasma and the heat may be needed to make anion vacancies.

Typically for DIIP fusion the combined molecular weights of the fusing elements need to equal the molecular weight of the heavier element you are creating.  If the combined atomic numbers happen to also equal the atomic number of the heavier element, all the better (like magnesium arsenide) but just as long as there are equal or greater than the amount of protons in the combined elements compared to the target heavier element, that is ok as the excess protons will be converted to neutrons via muon/electron capture (Positron Emission).

To find possible combinations for ionic species to fuse, study the minerology and geology of the metals you want to create.  For example studying gold minerology led me to making the discovery that 3 iron 55 atoms plus 2 oxygen atoms would fuse into gold (since gold is always found with hematite iron oxide) or how arsenic and magnesium are always found with Rhodium.  All of these metals are always found in proximity to SiO2 and Sulfur or Tellurium or arsenic, which ingredients are needed to make the dusty plasma.

DIIP fusion is the basic requirements and more complex methods can be employed including magnetizing and controlling the dust particles, different temperatures and oxidations of the plasma, etc.

For more info including safety precautions see my other posts with the label "Gold".

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