The First Chemical Trails

How to make a Chemtrail “Chemical Release”
Creating artificial (ionized or unionized) clouds as studies back in the 1960’s as “defense research.” They used exploding canisters instead of planes.
“Chemical release studies IV: Chemistry of upper atmosphere releases”
US Air Force, Bedford, MA Defense Documentation Center For Scientific And Technical Info Cameron Station, Alexandria VA
This research is from 1961, but the creating of artificial clouds with various combination of metals is clearly the same.
The aluminium-barium system and delivery system have been optimized in more recent research.

The title of the document describing “chemtrails names the event a “chemical release”.
A chemical release by any other name is still a trail of chemicals in the sky.
Chemtrails are called “trails” in this document.

Non-scientists are at a disadvantage when trying to unravel the chemical release mystery.
The government “actively denies” the truth while prosecuting citizens for minor offences.
“Active Denial” is another term if LIE even beneficial studies are being done.

While you may not understand all the chemistry involved, you can get a logical concept of the process.
The more you know, the more you will understand, although reviewing, again and again, may be needed.

First, a little about matter. The states of matter are solid, liquid, gas and plasma. The sun is plasma.
Plasma is superheated atoms from which all the electrons have energized away from the nuclei. Plasma is created inside a chemtrail plane.
The atom is a basic unit of matter consisting of a dense, central nucleus surrounded by a cloud of negatively charged electrons.
The atomic nucleus contains a mix of positively charged protons and electrically neutral neutrons.
The electrons of an atom are bound to the nucleus by the electromagnetic force.
An atom containing an equal number of protons and electrons is electrically neutral, otherwise, it has a positive or negative charge and is called an ion.
An atom is classified according to the number of protons and neutrons in its nucleus: the number of protons determines the chemical element, and the number of neutrons determines the isotope of an element.
An ion is an atom or molecule in which the total number of electrons is not equal to the total number of protons, giving it a negative electrical charge.

An anion (meaning “up”) is an ion with more electrons than protons, giving it a negative charge.
A cation (meaning “down”) is an ion with more protons than electrons, giving it a positive charge.
The process of gaining or losing electrons from a neutral atom or molecule is called “ionization.”
Atoms can be ionized by bombardment with radiation (sunlight, lasers, microwaves) or by colliding with other matter.

Atoms are always seeking to attain stable electronic configurations.
It takes an atom just as much energy to gain an electron as it does to lose one.
Atoms will gain or loss electrons depending on which action takes the least energy.
This is important when particles start to reassemble after the plasma vapour stage.
The ionization energy of metals is lower than the ionization energy of nonmetals, which is why metals will lose electrons to from positive ions while nonmetals will generally gain electrons to from negative ions.

Metals have a small number of electrons in excess of stable, closed-shell electronic configuration. They tend to lose electrons. This is called electropositivity.

Non-metals have a few electrons short of a stable configuration. They tend to gain electrons. This is electronegativity.

When a highly electropositive metal is combined with a highly electronegative nonmetal, the extra electrons from the metal atoms are transferred to the electron-deficient nonmetal atoms.
This reaction produces metal cations and nonmetal anions, which are attracted to each other to form a SALT.
Salt crystals have optical properties useful with optical devices and “getter” properties for “mopping up” impurities.

The steps of making a chemical release…
Simplified steps:
1. Formation of the initial reaction products,
2. Heat by passing through a flame,
3. Expel disassociated particles (plasma),
4. Particles recombine,
5. Sunlight creates ionized artificial clouds.

1. The formation of initial reaction products (this is called a “system”).
Various systems have been explored. Aluminum-potassium nitrate and he aluminium-barium nitrate reactions were tested in 1961. Powered particles are mixed with solvents.
The focus is formulating initial materials is on optimizing chemical and ionization yield.
2. Heat by passing through a flame, laser or both
“Initial reaction product compositions and flame temperature are calculated on basis of equilibrium processes with the aid of thermodynamical data.”
“For the purpose of artificial electron cloud generation at high altitudes, potassium vapours were released by the reaction of aluminium powder with potassium nitrate.”
“Equilibrium ionization, as a dissociation reaction, may be shown to be a direct function of the temperature and an inverse function of pressure.”

When a chemical reaction has reached equilibrium, collisions are still occurring: the reaction is happening in each direction.
Equilibrium has been reached in a reaction when the forward and reverse rates are equal.
“The chemical yield can be increased by speeding up the reaction rate through the addition of a fast reacting explosion”
Additives are used for superheating.
“Vapor pressures, flame compositions and flame temperatures” depend on conditions of release.

One or more electrons in orbits around the atomic nucleus will be ejected from the atom and will form an electron gas that co-exists with the gas atomic ions and neutral atoms.
This is called plasma. The degree of ionization of this plasma is calculated as a function of temperature, density, and ionization energies of the atoms.
The number thus calculated, however, is reduced during the expansion of the products, due to recombination processes in a flame where the dissociation energy of the combustion products is greater than the ionization energy of a contaminant, the degree of ionization is maximized at minimum total pressure.”
“For the purpose of artificial electron cloud generation at high altitudes, potassium vapours were released”
“Practical low-pressure limits are imposed by the requirements for stable burning and the desired electron concentration and cloud size.”
Cyanogen-Oxygen-Cesium was one combination tested in 1961.
NASA studied the attenuation of microwaves in potassium seeded cyanogen-oxygen flames.

The Alkali-Halogen systems, Cesium-Chloride and Lithium-Fluorine-Cesium were tested for efficiency. “The most energetic reaction was that between lithium and fluorine.”
“Aluminum-Barium Nitrate Reaction is a high-temperature chemical equilibrium for an alkaline earth system.”
A threefold concentration increase in electrons was dependent on equilibrium at 4190’K.
This was recommended for further study.

3. Expel disassociated particles (metallic vapours or plasma)
Solid propellant systems were researched with temps at 3500K-5000K which could yield overall with efficiencies approaching 50% with high energy systems.

4. Particles recombine
The non-equilibrium kinetic processes occur during expansion once the vaporised metals have been expelled into the air.
“Composition… is changed during the free expansion of the released matter.”
Immediately upon contact with the air, vaporized particles begin to react with each other according to their potential.
Remember they assemble using the least amount of energy.
The explosive vapour coming from a chemtrail plan involves countless chemical reactions taking place as they cool and recombine.

5. Sunlight (UV radiation) creates artificial clouds.
Sunlight produces neutral atoms which have lost their “extra” electrons. Therefore, the artificial cloud contains neutrals, ions (cations and anions) and free electrons.
“Ground observations of artificial clouds start usually after the initial expansion process is over.”
Can you say “dual technologies”?
Study procedures and results can be found by searching, for example:
“Feild campaigns [state]” and “chemical releases [state]”

Artificial clouds may have “gettering” or clean up ability using barium, aluminium, magnesium, thorium, uranium, mischmetal, zirconium in the common gases Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide and Air.

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