An intent-to-treat analysis revealed that inhaled nitric oxide at 5 ppm did not increase the number of days patients were alive and off assisted breathing (mean [SD],  days in the placebo group and  days in the inhaled nitric oxide group; P =.97; difference, - day [95% confidence interval, - to days]). This lack of effect on clinical outcomes was seen despite a statistically significant increase in PaO2 that resolved by 48 hours. Mortality was similar between groups (20% placebo vs 23% nitric oxide; P =.54). Days patients were alive following a successful 2-hour unassisted ventilation trial were a mean (SD) of () for placebo and () for nitric oxide patients (P =.54). Days alive and meeting criteria for extubation were also similar: placebo vs nitric oxide (P =.89).
The presence of the isotope plutonium-240 in a sample limits its nuclear bomb potential, as plutonium-240 has a relatively high spontaneous fission rate (~440 fissions per second per gram—over 1,000 neutrons per second per gram),  raising the background neutron levels and thus increasing the risk of predetonation .  Plutonium is identified as either weapons-grade , fuel-grade, or reactor-grade based on the percentage of plutonium-240 that it contains. Weapons-grade plutonium contains less than 7% plutonium-240. Fuel-grade plutonium contains from 7% to less than 19%, and power reactor-grade contains 19% or more plutonium-240. Supergrade plutonium , with less than 4% of plutonium-240, is used in . Navy weapons stored in proximity to ship and submarine crews, due to its lower radioactivity.  The isotope plutonium-238 is not fissile but can undergo nuclear fission easily with fast neutrons as well as alpha decay. 
the title of the article is self explanatory: High Dose Hydrogen, Magnesium, Bicarbonate Therapy
ph adjust is about the mag/bicarb part. Frankly I wonder if the hydrogen is necessary since bicarb also contains H.
I used to drink h2o2 and I now see it is an inferior protocol to the bicarbs after having tried both. I found I got hydrated with the latter and not the former. I buy mag carbonate and sodium bicararbonate by the kilo . I mix the magcarb with lime and ascorbic acid, then mix that with a sodbicarb, water, lime and stevia solution to taste and drink throughout the day..wonderful. I figure I get enough potassium in my foods already but you could add potassium bicarb if you want. The bicarb part of the molecule is the key to the hydration. Bicarbs are simply natural, powdered limestone.