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9. Have stable mon-atomic H and O been confirmed?

 A. Not well enough, we’re working on that.
See our current theories:
Another example of this ‘cold’ type of monatomic flame was reported years ago:
-Popular Science May 1950, page 155; “‘Hot Torch Has “Cold” Flame’-
A torch so hot it melts Tungsten or quartz-yet has a “cold” flame- has been invented by Dr. J. D. Cobine….a magnetron tube….make the molecules in a nitrogen gas jet break up into atoms.
When the nitrogen atoms hit a surface, they join up into molecules again, liberating a great deal of heat. However, the heat exists only at the surface of the work, so the flame itself is not hot in the ordinary sense….”

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