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  • adj. Not radiative


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  • The Theories still do not explain how the conservation of energy is broken, even if the hydrogen or deuterium translates to relativistic hydrogen inside a Casimir cavity the transition as noted by Mills is nonradiative, according to Mills a reaction is necessary inside the cavity but according to the H-M theory the hydrogen loses energy to the cavity walls but is then restored via the global vacuum energy as it exits the cavity.

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  • Solar energy is absorbed by the chromophores of PEs (λ max = 545~565 nm) and transferred by nonradiative transfer in turn via PCs (λ

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