Environmental Sciences and Ecology: Current Research
[ ISSN : 2833-0811 ]

Hybrid-Plasma is an Energy Generator: A Novel Method of Energy Production

Research Article
Volume 4 - Issue 4 | Article DOI : 10.54026/ESECR/1097

Benjamin J Scherlag1*, Tarun Dasari2, Sunny S Po2 and Ronald A Scherlag3

1Department of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, OK
2Department of Medicine, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, OK
3Unaffiliated Independent Scientific Investigator, OK

Corresponding Authors

Benjamin J Scherlag, Department of Medicine, 800 Stanton L. Young Blvd, Suite 5400, Oklahoma City, OK.


HP: Hybrid-Plasma; AC: Alternating Current

Received : August 17, 2023
Published : August 31, 2023


Introduction: Our previous reports have documented the discovery, properties and applications of a new form of nonthermal plasma which has an indefinite life span. Plasmas are defined as physico-chemical reactions involving ions, free electrons and neutral atoms. In the present study we measured the energy of Hybrid-Plasma (HP) whose major components are water (H2 0) and Hydrogen Peroxide (H2 02 ) Methods: Two electrically activated misters containing either distilled H2 0 or H2 02 were placed in a 36-quart plastic container with 2 aluminum foil strips applied on either side of the container to serve as electrodes. The same procedure was performed in a 6.5quart container. An ion counter was also placed at the bottom of the container which was sealed with snap covers. A digital voltmeter connected to the 2 electrodes were used to determine electrical current for the next 5 minutes during the first hour and then again at 24 hours. Results: The ion counter registered maximal levels as soon as the combined water misters were started. Alternating Current (AC) levels progressively increased in the first hour and was greatest at 24 hours.

Conclusions: Our newly discovered HP can serve as an electrical generator of AC current that persists for several days.