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Sep 18, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hey Bob - just a heads up that there are a two bizarre comments on your broadcast from Friday night that appear to be bot accounts trying to fish people using links. I've seen that on a couple of your videos now - you may be attracting attention from unsavory attention.

The accounts are 'Florinda Wilhelmina' and 'Yolane hoebart'. I reported the comments as spam.

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Thanks - will keep an eye out for it.

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Sep 18, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

Hello Bob,

as my previous message did not get through on youtube.....; concerning the superoxygenated compounds of iron, see urgently the Japanese inventor Ishikawa Yasuo: he manages to transmute different gases into hydrogen, using a catalyst, created in situ by the reaction, and whose base is iron superoxide: this by purely chemical means !!??!! the patent number specific to the superoxide: JP2014047082A; in Japanese, but I have a translated version, if you wish: also, he filed a lot of other patents on the process as a whole; everything is available on Espacenet, as you know; here, one of his two European patents, in collaboration with Tadahiko Mizuno EP2597652A1: again bravo for your enthusiasm for such a difficult subject .

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Thanks - I will check them out - and yes please on the translated versions.

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Sep 18, 2021Liked by Bob Greenyer

from my google drive, the original document and the same, translated : https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1l38ly4mz0y1-AsPOp5Fnhr99X3QNvOj5?usp=sharing

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Interesting, From my reading they are not achieving the Peroxide ratio, but it is a good effort.

David found this US Department of Energy 2019 paper "Electronic spin transition in FeO2 : Evidence for Fe(II) with peroxide O2–2"

PHYSICAL REVIEW B

https://www.osti.gov/pages/biblio/1546707

sci-hub.se/10.1103/physrevb.100.014418

"The discovery of FeO2 containing more oxygen than hematite (Fe2O3), which was previously believed to be the most oxygen rich iron compound, has important implications for the study of deep lower mantle compositions. Compared to other iron compounds, there are limited reports on FeO2, making studies of its physical properties of great interest in fundamental condensed matter physics and geoscience. Even the oxidation state of Fe in FeO2 is the subject of debate in theoretical works and there have not been reports from experimental electronic and magnetic properties measurements."

"Pyrite-structured FeO2 samples were synthesized from hematite (δ-Fe2O3) powders together with ultrapure oxygen gas (O2) at 80–90 GPa and 1800 K in diamond-anvil cells (DACs) coupled with laser heating techniques."

"We investigate the spin state transition of FeO2 by using both experimental and first-principles approach. The abrupt volume collapsing occurs around 50–60 GPa and the x-ray emission spectrum indicates the existence of the SST."

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