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Author(s): Ikuko Akimoto

We tracked down an original strategy for hydrogen age from a combination of water and strong carbon by noticeable nanosecond laser beat light at room temperature and under surrounding environment. The created gas contains generally half of hydrogen and 20% of carbon monoxide, implying that the carbon was oxidized by the laser light. Speed of the gas age was improved by ethanol expansion. We probably credited the gas age system to photochemical responses of the strong carbon with water, in similarity to the traditional coal gasification which generally progress under high tension and high temperature (HPHT). It has been indistinct, nonetheless, regardless of whether the HPHT condition was accomplished at the site and the snapshot of laser beat illumination or not. As per the nonlinear laser power reliance of produced gas volume and heartbeat width reliance, we have assumed that the photochemical responses happen by multi-photon assimilation and successive excitation in carbon material in nanosecond term. In this show, we center around the spectroscopic wonder during the hydrogen age. Optical discharge of nonstop range was seen over noticeable reach in the two sides of the excitation frequency for excitation control over a limit. We talk about a chance of non-balance temperature height