Through a Cold Fusion Electrolytical to 12 volts, are able to transmute Oxygen atoms in the atoms of Sulfur, This was accomplished with a solution of Potassium Carbonate, and electrodes of Copper.
The Oxygen produced at the positive pole, instead of bubbling on the outside, reacts with the electrode of Copper, forming crystals of Copper Sulphite, insoluble (CuSO3), which is deposited on the electrode; is also formed Copper Sulphate, soluble (CuSO4) , which dissolves in the electrolyte.
I see how I performed the experiment, and I also show two certificates of analysis, both the liquid and the solid portion contained in the cell, after several hours of reaction, the answer is unequivocal, the presence of abnormal Sulfur.

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