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Would this work?

  1. May 14, 2008 #1
    New to the forum. Bellow is an idea, and I would like some feedback if this would be possible. Using the UCLA(B. Naranjo, J.K. Gimzewski, S. Putterman ) method of accelerating particles using pyroelectric crystals could enough energy be imparted on the particles to create anti-particles when striking an iridium rod? If so, could the standard FERMI/CERN technique of trapping and mixing anti-particles with plasma from radioactive sodium then be used to create antihydrogen? I have attached a crude flow diagram.
     

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