I am a physicist with several decades of experience in different fields and have been working on man-made disasters prevention research for the last 20 years.
In 2021, USPTO has granted me a patent (US 11,047,813 B2) on Non-invasive structural health monitoring technologies based on my p-radiation discovery and research.
In my studies, I have also discovered that corrosion as a chemical reaction generates p-radiation and found a way to eliminate the p-radiation impact on metal, leading to the elimination of corrosion. I have invented a Corrosion Inhibiting Device (CID). It has nothing to do with cathodic corrosion since it's based on entirely different laws of nature.
I experimented with forty-two nails with a diameter of 0.079 inches (2 mm), a length of 1.54 inches (39 mm), and an average weight of 0.795 g. The nails were split into two sets and attached equally to two thin washcloths placed into vapors of the aqueous sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) solution for 144 hours. One of the sets was protected by my invention, the prototype of CORROSION INHIBITING DEVICE. It has nothing in common with cathodic protection and is based on p-radiation elimination principles.
The visual analysis made clear the significant difference in the corrosion rate of nails with and without DEVICE. The quantitative assessments of the corrosion rate differences measured the mass of nails before and after the experiment. The mass loss results are shown in the table below. The maximum weight loss of nails without DEVICE was 5.7%. Therefore, there is a high possibility that it was the case of pitting corrosion, and it is subject to further research.
Such amounts of corrosion could be critical in most cases, especially in cases of decompression.
The DEVICE inhibited the p-radiation generated by chemical reaction leading to corrosion to the extent that the mass of 20 nails of the DEVICE-protected nail set varied only within the statistical error. The second set's weight of nail No. 21 has changed by 0.8%.
Vladimir Rombakh, PhD
Catastrophe Prevention Research Laboratory, Edmonds WA USA
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