This experiment is intended to show that according to predictions the metals will either fuse with H, O or not at all.
There is a multitude of selected metals (B, C, Si, Mg, Al, Fe, Zr ...... etc) which are exposed to a Oxygen-Hydrogen flame (ionized water). Based on earlier experiments (see Stankovics ......) we go by the hypothesis that both Hydrogen and Oxygen can be fused to a metal when in ionized state. Depending on the element (metal) chosen there will be different predicted reactions taking place. The results will then be compared to the predictions after careful analysis of the spectrometry result (UV-Vis-IR) of the direct exposed area (air) and the chemical composition of the exposed metal before and after.

Point of interest:
- multitude of metals throughout the PTE to be chemically analyzed before and after exposure to OH flame.
- Analysis of the spectrum of the direct exposed area (air).
- Compare the results with the predicted outcome.
- Pure metals vs metal oxides.

After this a new round of experiments is envisioned in order to increase the knowledge (learning curve) of how the element react (fuse) with each other and increase control of the preferred reaction.