Very intense bursts of activity have been observed during alchemy experiments. They appear to be typical of the alchemy process conducing to the Philosopher's Stone, identified as a fluoride of Superheavy elements. They are presented below :
This is the first experiment made in June 1986 : nuclear reactivity has been measured with a Leybold counter. Let note that a single peak of reactivity started few minutes after a very intense burst of gamma rays.
Other experiment made six years later in a different country , displayed the same kind of intense nuclear reactivity :
Each line corresponds to 120 seconds counting in a precise zone of energy. Let note the duration of the nuclear reactivity, and more interesting is that the nuclear reactivity started with a single peak that occured during the two minutes counting.
Below is activity observed during a single experiment made in different conditions.
Study of the nuclear reactivity of an alchemy experiment must be done with special apparatus. For example a Multichannel Analyzer that operates cyclicly.