Deformation – photon effect. at deformation of the substance intensifies emission of the photon gas – electromagnetic waves

  • 1 Faculty of Economics, Technical University of Gabrovo, Bulgaria


This report presents the photonic effect in the deformation of matter by amplifying the emission of hydrogen gas by electromagnetic waves. Presents real experimental facts which upheld the principle (law) that the substance of deformation (pressure and tension) intenifitsirat appointing photon gas (electromagnetic waves. End the final justification of substances in treatment (stress, strain and friction) substances form of electromagnetic matter and emphasis.



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