TARPON SPRINGS, Fla., Nov. 14, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Thunder Energies Corporation (OTCQB:TNRG), a company developing cutting-edge technologies, announces today that the Company’s Division of Combustion is successfully continuing the development of the new chemical species of gas called MagneHydrogen. In fact, the Company has secured the necessary domain names, has applied for available trademark protections and is currently finalizing engineering schematics for the initial production of MagneHydrogen, separated from commercially available MagneGas via a standard Pressure Swing Absorption equipment.
Dr. Ruggero M. Santilli, CEO and Chief Scientist, states: “MagneHydrogen is a new chemical species of Hydrogen that I identified in 1993 in published refereed journals (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/Santilli-38.pdf). The existence of MagneHydrogen was independently verified a number of times (http://www.santilli-foundation.org/docs/MagneHydrogen-2012.pdf). MagneHydrogen consists of a form of Hydrogen as pure as desired, yet its specific weight is a multiple of that of conventional Hydrogen, thanks to clustering of Hydrogen atoms due to magnetic polarization of their electron orbitals. This new chemical structure implies the following advantages of MagneHydrogen over conventional Hydrogen: 1) Increased combustion energy per cubic foot; 2) More than double the flame temperature; 3) Elimination of seepage through container walls; 4) An increased liquefaction temperature; 5) Increased reactivity in chemical reactions; and other advantages. In view of these features, we believe that MagneHydrogen should be seriously considered by current use of conventional Hydrogen. For instance: Nasa should repeat all existing tests on MagneHydrogen for its use as rocket fuel due to the increased thrust, increased safety and important environmental advantages; gasoline refineries should equally test MagneHydrogen due to its increased reactivity in the crackling process of crude oil; The DOE should consider MagneHydrogen for the first storage of MagneHydrogen for National Security which is not currently possible due to the seepage of commercially available Hydrogen; Fuel Cell users should also consider MagneHydrogen due to the increase production of electricity; and other uses (http://www.i-b-r.org/docs/Fuels-Magnecular-Structure.pdf).”
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