In reply to  Jones Beene's message of Wed, 22 Jul 2020 21:39:22 +0000 (UTC):

If you mix hydronium cations with hydrino hydride, the excess proton from the 
hydronium will combine with the
hydrino-hydride to create a hydrino molecule, releasing a lot of energy in the 
process. It won't be a stable mixture. 

>Well, we could cut them some slack by assuming that the density is one kg/L. A 
>most interestingpossibility, for those who believe in Randell Mills concept of 
>hydrino hydride would be this:
>Given that hydrino hydride is an anion, according to Mills, then that species 
>could balance the 
>charge of the hydronium cation. That way, a 1/1 mix should be neutral in 
>There would still be a problem of phase separation  - gas phase and liquid 
>phase but perhapsthis mix could be frozen or otherwise absorbed.
>Ice-nine comes to mind   <g>
>Felix Hoenikker

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