The properties and structure of aluminum under various known fields have been already studied. The aim of this study was to investigate the behavior and properties of unalloyed aluminum under Consciousness Bond Field. Consciousness Field (CF) has been introduced by Mohammad Ali Taheri as a new field more than four decades ago. This field is neither material nor energetic. Therefore, it doesn’t have quantity, but it has direct effect on both matter and energy. In other words, although CF isn’t directly measurable, we can investigate its effects indirectly by various reproducible experiments.
The present study is an attempt to examine this theory. In this research, aluminum metal has been used as a sample. Nine aluminum samples were cast under the same conditions and divided into three equal groups. Two groups were put under the influence of CF, and the third group was considered as the control group. In order to study the effect of CF, the structure and properties of the metal samples were investigated. X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis test was performed for structural analysis of aluminum samples. In terms of properties, Brinell hardness tests, electrical conductivity determination, and corrosion resistance tests were performed using the potentiodynamic method. Changes in the structure of the samples were observed. CF has increased lattice strain, twin defects, and intrinsic defects and reduced the size of crystalline areas and extrinsic defects.
Keywords: Consciousness Bond Field, Twin defects, Intrinsic defects, Extrinsic defects, lattice strain, Size of crystalline areas