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  1. I do not have anything, you are free to close it
  2. Ya, well, jokes aside. The fumes generated from burning charcoal or tobacco would contain acetaldehyde which could have antiviral effect(speculation). Thing is I am not sure what corona virus do to the lungs and if inhaling low concentration of acetaldehyde would have a therapeutic effect in killing the virus in the lungs. That is a long shot. I do not worry too much because I think I am immune to the virus
  3. All is true but perhaps breathing in controlled non-tobacco fumes could create therapeutic effect to the lungs? All is true but perhaps the first step in avoiding fire hazard is to avoid breathing in the fumes. Sorry that I mention this sort of jokingly before
  4. Just curious about virus reaction to fumes, like the smoking effect, maybe it is more potent for bacteria?
  5. Many thanks for the hint. I chose magnetron in the first place because of its wide range of em wave emission. It seems the stimulated emission of the electrons from thermionic emission should be in phase and also covers a wide range. It is just, I do not know the working mechanism for laser for stimulated emission to get the electrons to an excited state. Correct me if I am wrong
  6. My bad, I was a bit skeptical to say transform the spatial spectrum to an RGB pixel color, my mind sort of think that is the possibility but it was never revealed in the Wikipedia link @@, so ya, thanks for the clarification. And after reviewing Raman Spectroscopy I will post the video here. I guess I was a bit unclear about the concept
  7. Well, Raman spectroscopy works based on reflection, but even then the wavelength of the source could impact the resolution, I'd say something in the infrared/UV range? Or if you guys know of a method I have not considered before @@
  8. Like I said, hyperspectral imaging with spatial scanning. I am not sure what photogrammetry is but probably something similar :D? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyperspectral_imaging#Spatial_scanning Spatial scanning or Fourier Transform like MRI, still theorizing on that part. Cuz I modded the design = =, I attempt to use the electrons in the magnetron as a laser source, I am just not sure if they are excited for stimulated emission coming from thermionic emission(please refer to how magnetron works video)
  9. The wavelength reflected from Raman Spectroscopy is because of the atomic structure of the atoms examined. Below is an interesting video showing how they find diamond through Raman spectroscopy in identifying the wavelength(toward the end of the video). Well you see. If I want to examine the bone I use x-ray. Why? Because x-ray pass through the skin but gets reflected off the bones(x-ray has high frequency and short wavelength). Similarly if I want to examine the brain I would be interested in monitoring maybe the sodium concentration of the electrical synapses or map out the individual neurons of the nervous system. Most conventional method you can find on Google about brain imaging is probably along the line of (drilling a hole on the skull and monitor the brain with a microscope) if you want nanoscale resolution. So I went with Raman spectroscopy. Using laser somewhere in the infrared range(or ultraviolet https://journals.aps.org/pr/abstract/10.1103/PhysRev.15.110) would perhaps pass through the skin and bounce off the neurons/sodium/potassium of the brain, allowing for their imaging. The hyperspectral imaging would generate a map based on the collected wavelength exhibited. Believe me they lit up my brain once by exciting the sodium in the brain, turning it into a sodium vapor lamp. But this gives off a wavelength in the visible light range somewhere around 594nm so ya, you cannot see it from the outside. They seem to be able to retrieve the image through the eyes though and that is how I got a glimpse of it.
  10. Ya, coherence, still working out on that part. The magnetron is supposed to create a railgun like effect I think You excite the electrons and you shoot a photon through the column with mirrors on both side, charging it up. I am not sure if the electron is in an excited state from the thermionic emission though https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stimulated_emission
  11. Hmm, my idea of spectroscopy imaging has to do with hyperspectral imaging, sort of like having a radar system mapping out a landscape. Of course depending on the type of radiation(say infrared) and the reflective index of the object(say neurons) you could generate slices of spectral image with depth. Cool, about the coherent radiation coming from tiny individual generators, is there a device for this type of thing? (I kept thinking about the movie eraser with that theoretical pulse weapon lol)
  12. Good call, all maser are powered by magnetron right? At least the sort of wide range maser device(multiple lasers), not a single maser build(single laser).
  13. I was looking into microwave gun and I found magnetron as a source of directed microwave. Now, is it possible to combine this with laser spectroscopy having magnetron being the power source(we all know how a radar works, it is just somewhere on the nanometer scale to visualize the brain) to visualize the brain? I have not worked out the power and wavelength required
  14. Hmm, I contacted Solvay Pharmaceutical, the company that make Prometrium and they referred me to this site (https://www.carbogen-amcis.com/). I will post my finding if they respond to me through letter
  15. Good find, but is the method remains unchanged from the 1970s to present?
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