In reply to JonesBeene's message of Sat, 28 Oct 2017 07:06:06 -0700:
>Going back to the general principle of stimulating the element iron with waves
>of another type and/or frequency, in order to cause actual isotope
>transmutation - there is another entry: the Meyer-Mace device which received a
>flurry of attention 20 years ago, was patented and then all but disappeared..
Fe56 can't be converted to Fe54 unless you can find another isotope that is even
hungrier for neutrons than Fe56. (Difficult considering that Fe56 is near the
top of the binding energy curve). So I think their theory is probably nonsense,
but they may have had something practical nevertheless.
Robin van Spaandonk