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    Special Collections 2004 DoE Review BARC Studies In Cold Fusion Books and Proceedings Books Entire Journal Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder

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    Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 09 21 Abstract Using a twin system for hydrogen absorption we have studied heat evolution and high energy particle generation by D2 and H2 gas absorption into nano sized mixed oxide powders of palladium and zirconium We have found very large energy of hydrogen absorption by Pd Zr oxide compounds exceeding 1 0 eV D or H together with a very high D Pd loading ratio exceeding 1 0 The system has been improved to enable time dependent measurements of the gas flow rate and loading ratio simultaneously with the output heat It has been revealed that the first phase is divided into two sub phases the 1a phase where most of the anomalously large output energy is produced with a very high loading D Pd 1 2 and the 1b phase where much smaller power is produced as loading increases further by a ratio of about 0 5 with a difference in pressure between deuterium and hydrogen Keywords D Pd loading ratio Heat output Pd Zr oxide compounds Time resolved measurements Two sub phases DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 238 15 2015 Kitamura A A Mass Flow Calorimetry System for Scaled up Experiments on Anomalous Heat Evolution at Elevated Temperatures First Author Kitamura A All Authors Kitamura A Takahashi A Seto R Fujita Y Taniike A Furuyama Y Title A Mass Flow Calorimetry System for Scaled up Experiments on Anomalous Heat Evolution at Elevated Temperatures Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract A new mass flow calorimetry system has been installed to investigate the excess power phenomena at elevated temperatures with an increased amount of the sample Calibration runs using alumina powder has revealed very good stability with very high heat recovery rate The first trial runs with a silica included Cu Ni nano composite sample containing 4 g of Ni mixed with 200 g of Al2O3 showed anomalous increase in temperature of the sample which could imply a long lasting excess power of 5 W g Ni Keywords Hydrogen gas absorption Oil cooling mass flow calorimetry Silica included Cu Ni nano composite 5 W g Ni DOWNLOAD 13 2014 Kleehaus A Potential Economic Impact of LENR Technology in Energy Markets First Author Kleehaus A All Authors Kleehaus A Eisner C Title Potential Economic Impact of LENR Technology in Energy Markets Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 08 07 Abstract There has been a huge discussion about the technology of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction LENR devices Some of the common assumptions about this technology discussed the projected major transformation of our present society in points of infrastructure cost of power and power storage but a clear economic impact simulation in a business plan systematic review matter with different parameters and scenarios is still missing Keywords LENR Pricing Commercialization of LENR Technology Assessment LENR Economy DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 7 3 2010 Kowalski L Comments on Codeposition Electrolysis Results First Author Kowalski L All Authors Kowalski L Title Comments on Codeposition Electrolysis Results Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2010 08 27 Abstract Results from SPAWAR type experiments show that dominant pits recorded with CR 39 detectors are probably not due to alpha particles as originally suspected Two points of conflict one experimental and another interpretational remain to be resolved Keywords Codeposition electrolysis Cold fusion CMNS CR39 LENR SPAWAR DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 69 9 2012 Lakshmanan A Excess Energy Release During Na Metal Dissolution in a Dilute Epsom MgSO4 7H2O Solution First Author Lakshmanan A All Authors Lakshmanan A Title Excess Energy Release During Na Metal Dissolution in a Dilute Epsom MgSO4 7H2O Solution Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 09 21 Abstract During sodium metal dissolution in aqueous Epsom salts it was accidentally discovered that a massive explosion occurs in 0 85 M Epsom solution on the completion of Na dissolution Borosil glass vaporizes at temperatures 1000 C This fact indicated that a very high temperature has indeed been reached in this experiment The timing of the explosion 20 25 s after Na addition indicated that hydrogen somehow got trapped in cavitation induced meta stable nano crystals The excess energy release could not be explained by conventional hydrogen combustion in air One must therefore look elsewhere for an explanation of the process behind the excess energy release Keywords Cavitation crystallization Epsom solution Excess energy release Explosion Hydrogen trapping Na dissolution DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 77 9 2012 Lakshmanan A Anomalous Heat Energy Released through Cavitation Coulombic Repulsion Oscillations Following Sodium Metal Dissolution in a Dilute Epsom Solution Plausible Mechanisms First Author Lakshmanan A All Authors Lakshmanan A Title Anomalous Heat Energy Released through Cavitation Coulombic Repulsion Oscillations Following Sodium Metal Dissolution in a Dilute Epsom Solution Plausible Mechanisms Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 09 21 Abstract Plausible mechanisms are discussed for explaining the sudden burst of energy released from 0 85MEpsom MgSO4 7H2O aqueous solution following sodium metal dissolution which led to the vaporization of the entire system including the glass beaker Exothermic reactions lead to micro nano metastable crystal formation due to steam cavitation H 2 molecular ions trapped at Mg2 ion lattice sites in cavitation induced metastable crystals were considered as precursors for energy release In principle for charge compensation two protons should occupy one Mg2 lattice site in these crystals Therefore cavitation crystal formation brings in the two protons in molecular ions closer This process is however opposed by Coulombic repulsion between the two protons which results in the collapse of the nanocrystal containing hydrogen This leads to the release of hydrogen ions into the solution resulting in the release of hydration energy during the formation of H3O hydronium ions and in local heating Stirring distributes the heat energy uniformly in the solution Local heating however leads to the promotion of cavitation this time with more vigor since additional energy input has occurred Thus reformation of the crystal takes place quickly and the hydrogen ions are brought together more closer than during the previous occasion which increases the electrostatic repulsive force As a result the crystal collapses faster leading to the release of more hydration energy This is how cavitation gains energy from repulsion The above cavitation Coulombic repulsion oscillation CCRO cycle continues leading to an exponential build up of the pressure and oscillation speed of the precursors and a decrease in inter proton separation leading to their collision Finally a sudden burst of energy witnessed occurs due to cavitation collapse It remains to be ascertained if the energy release is a consequence of p p fusion or other mechanisms proposed which include volume casimir effect miniature black holes and lattice phonon amplification The fact that increase in the oscillation speed of the two protons in the proposed H 2 species is exponential without an upper limit till the end point is reached should determine the logistics of the underlying mechanism causing the energy release The p p fusion should however be accompanied by positron emission whose presence could be verified by its annihilation gamma rays or with 5 5 MeV gamma rays produced from HD fusion reactions if energetic deuterium is formed from p p fusion in amounts commensurate with the energy produced but this fusion process is mediated by weak interaction process and hence is less probable No other proposal explains burst of energy observed better than the collapse of miniature black holes Keywords Anomalous heat energy release Cavitation Coulombic repulsion oscillation Collision of protons Exponential build up DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 304 13 2014 Lee K H A Change of Tritium Content in D2O Solutions during Pd D Co deposition First Author Lee K H All Authors Lee K H Jang H J Kim S J Title A Change of Tritium Content in D2O Solutions during Pd D Co deposition Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract In this study electrochemical co deposition of Pd D on nickel electrodes was performed to determine whether a nuclear fusion reaction occurs in the palladium deposit Co deposition was performed with a palladium salt D2O solution The content of tritium in D2O solution was varied depending on the electrolysis procedure during co deposition A comparison between the co deposition of Pd D and the simple electrolysis of D2O was performed to investigate the change of tritium concentration in the D2O solution Keywords Electrolysis Palladium co deposition Tritium DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 89 4 2011 Letts D Codeposition Methods A Search for Enabling Factors First Author Letts D All Authors Letts D Title Codeposition Methods A Search for Enabling Factors Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 09 13 Abstract This paper is a preliminary report on results obtained from a series of experiments conductedApril September 2009 The experiments were designed to test for excess power using the basic methods disclosed in 1991 by Szpak Mossier Boss and Smith A large and repeatable excess power signal was observed and the efforts to test mundane explanations for the signal are described The design fabrication and calibration methods of a new type of Seebeck calorimeter used for these experiments are also disclosed Keywords Excess power Palladium Seebeck calorimeter DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 53 6 2012 Letts D Modified Szpak Protocol for Excess Heat First Author Letts D All Authors Letts D Hagelstein P L Title Modified Szpak Protocol for Excess Heat Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 09 13 Abstract In recent theoretical work vacancies in PdD have been shown to be able to host molecular D2 which is conjectured to be necessary for excess heat in Fleischmann Pons experiments Vacancies in the original Fleischmann Pons experiment are proposed to be created through inadvertent codeposition at high loading This suggests that a better approach should be to focus on experiments in which Pd codeposition is controlled such as in the Szpak experiment Unfortunately the Szpak experiment has proven difficult to replicate and we conjecture that this is due to low D Pd loading A modified protocol has been tested in which codeposition is carried out at higher current density with a lower PdCl2 concentration Positive results have been obtained in all of the tests done with this protocol so far Keywords Codeposition Deuterium Excess power Palladium Seebeck calorimetry Vacancies DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 15 16 2015 Letts D Remembering John Bockris First Author Letts D All Authors Letts D Title Remembering John Bockris Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 06 12 Abstract This brief note recalls the authors first interaction with Professor John Bockris in 1992 and how well Bockris could communicate lasting scientific truth Keywords Bockris Cold fusion Letts RF Triggering DOWNLOAD 2 2009 Lewis E Tracks of Ball Lightning in Apparatus First Author Lewis E All Authors Lewis E Title Tracks of Ball Lightning in Apparatus Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2009 05 14 Abstract Researchers of electrical discharge and electrolysis experiments have been finding microscopic markings that are unusual and anomalous It is possible that these markings are made by microscopic objects that are in the size range of 400 0 1 m These objects may be a type of microscopic ball lightning They may share the anomalous characteristics of natural ball lightning They are also finding highly anomalous material activity and emissions Pictures of the markings and anomalous effects that were taken by six groups of researchers are shown and interpreted in this article Keywords DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 13 7 2012 Lewis E More Evidence of Microscopic Ball Lightning Plasmoids in CF Devices First Author Lewis E All Authors Lewis E Title More Evidence of Microscopic Ball Lightning Plasmoids in CF Devices Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 09 21 Abstract The traces and marks of micrometer sized plasmoids have been found in many transmutation and cold fusion experiments This author has counted about 12 groups that have published photographs that show such microscopic markings on their electrodes experimental apparatus X ray films or particle track detecting nuclear emulsions Twenty years ago this author proposed a theory that these objects will be commonly produced in these kinds of devices A survey article of such markings and traces exhibited in various experiments from the year 2000 to 2007 was published in this journal in 2009 In it the author compared the markings to those previously detected by T Matsumoto and K Shoulders In this letter markings and features that were published more recently by Mosier Boss et al and Adamenko et al are described The author believes that this kind of highly anomalous microscopic plasmoid is similar to macroscopic natural ball lightning and so calls these objects microscopic ball lightning The author proposes that more focus on investigating these objects will greatly enhance the researchers understanding of the processes involved in atomic transmutations Keywords Cold fusion Microscopic ball lightning Plasmoids Traces Tracks Transmutation DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 17 1 2007 Li X Z The Conjecture of the Neutrino Emission from the Metal Hydrides First Author Li X Z All Authors Li X Z Wei Q Liu B Ren S L Title The Conjecture of the Neutrino Emission from the Metal Hydrides Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2010 08 27 Abstract Selective Resonant tunneling model has been successful to explain the three major puzzles in cold fusion proposed by nuclear physicist i e penetration of Coulomb barrier no neutron emission no gamma radiation and successful also to explain the three major cross section data in hot fusion i e d t d d d He3 Its prediction about 3 deuteron fusion has been found in experiments as well The reasonable inference is the neutrino emission from the metal hydrides The feasibility of detection of this neutrino is discussed in this note Keywords Condensed matter nuclear science 3 Deuteron fusion reaction KamLAND Metal hydrides Neutrino emission Selective resonant tunneling DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 309 13 2014 Li X Z Excess Heat in Ni H Systems and Selective Resonant Tunneling First Author Li X Z All Authors Li X Z Dong Z M Liang C L Title Excess Heat in Ni H Systems and Selective Resonant Tunneling Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract Selective resonant tunneling model is applied to Ni H systems to explain the excess heat without strong neutron and gamma radiations In combination with Bethe s solar model of weak interaction the reaction rate is estimated and compared with experiments An experimental test is further suggested Keywords Bethe s solar model of weak interaction Internal conversion electron Resonant electron capture Selective resonant tunneling DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 148 1 2007 Liu F S Theory of Fusion During Acoustic Cavitation in C3D6O Liquid First Author Liu F S All Authors Liu F S Hou Y Chen W F Title Theory of Fusion During Acoustic Cavitation in C3D6O Liquid Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2010 08 27 Abstract This paper demonstrates that an exact calculation for transition probability of deuteron under the phonon deuteron interaction leads to violation of Fermi golden rule Considering the violation of Fermi golden rule the zero point oscillation and the energy uncertainty relation this paper demonstrates that the neutron emission during acoustic cavitation comes from D entered D entered fusion in C3D6O liquid instead of in cavitation vapor bubbles This paper gives some predictions The most important prediction is that the water can be taken as energy source producing fusion instead of C3D6O liquid Keywords Acoustic cavitation Fermi golden rule Fusion Green function Phonon deuteron interaction Transition probability DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 321 13 2014 Liu B Nuclear Transmutation on a Thin Pd Film in a Gas Loading D Pd System First Author Liu B All Authors Liu B Dong Z M Liang C L Li X Z Title Nuclear Transmutation on a Thin Pd Film in a Gas Loading D Pd System Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract This paper discusses the deformation and elemental distribution of different palladium film surfaces after loading and unloading many times deuterium gas in the system Keywords Deformation Gas loading Nuclear transmutation DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 329 13 2014 Lukosi E Diamond based Radiation Sensor for LENR Experiments Part 1 Sensor Development and Characterization First Author Lukosi E All Authors Lukosi E Prelas M A Shim J Kasiwattanawut H Weaver C Mathai C Gangopadhyay S Title Diamond based Radiation Sensor for LENR Experiments Part 1 Sensor Development and Characterization Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract There have been many reports on charged particle and neutron production in LENR experiments but as of yet they have not been correlated in time with excess heat generation Diamond sensors with palladium electrodes can be utilized to address this need First results using a diamond sensor is presented Keywords Charged particle spectroscopy Diamond sensors Low energy nuclear reactions DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 339 13 2014 Lukosi E Diamond based Radiation Sensor for LENR Experiments Part 2 Experimental Analysis of Deuterium loaded Palladium First Author Lukosi E All Authors Lukosi E Prelas M A Shim J Kasiwattanawut H Weaver C Mathai C Gangopadhyay S Preece K Title Diamond based Radiation Sensor for LENR Experiments Part 2 Experimental Analysis of Deuterium loaded Palladium Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract The purpose of this paper is to report on the continued work on utilizing a palladium electrode on a diamond sensor in a pressurized hydrogen or deuterium environment to investigate the release of radiation during low energy nuclear reactions LENR In this investigation we conducted a long hydrogen exposure to see if palladium electrode delamination occurred due to chemical reactions and it was found that after seven days the electrode did not delaminate A pressurized deuterium run was conducted immediately following the hydrogen exposure on the same sensor and some interesting count burst data was observed Further analysis is required to determine what the observed effect could be attributed to Keywords Charged particle spectroscopy Diamond sensors Low energy nuclear reactions DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 250 6 2012 Luo N First principles Studies of Electronic and Ionic Transport in Palladium Hydrides Deuterides First Author Luo N All Authors Luo N Miley G H Title First principles Studies of Electronic and Ionic Transport in Palladium Hydrides Deuterides Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 09 13 Abstract We review first principles studies on some transport properties and ion dynamics of the palladium hydride deuteride system The review is not meant to extensive because it is aimed at understanding the abnormal and not so well known part of the transport in the aforementioned compound that may be of particular importance to scientists studying Low energy Nuclear Reactions LENRs as well as persons interested in hydrogen storage in metal hydrides Many well known properties of Pd H such as the steady state electronic structure have already been covered by numerous studies and reviews elsewhere Many of the studies reviewed here were carried out at the University of Illinois We focus on the three different but related topics 1 The charge state of H in Pd especially in the hopping process 2 The electron phonon interaction and its role in the negative differential resistivity 3 Defects and dislocations in Pd and their effects in the H state and its transport The latter is of intellectual interest relative to our recent research on LENRs involving the conjectured formation of hydrogen deuterium clusters in such defects Keywords Electro negativity Electron phonon interaction Low energy nuclear reaction Palladium hydride system DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 247 15 2015 Mastromatteo U Hydrogen Absorption and Excess Heat in a Constantan Wire with Nanostructured Surface First Author Mastromatteo U All Authors Mastromatteo U Bertele A Celani F Title Hydrogen Absorption and Excess Heat in a Constantan Wire with Nanostructured Surface Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract To go beyond the important and encouraging results obtained in Pd D and Pd H systems overcoming the limitations related to the relative rareness of Pd several tests were made using constantan wires with nanostructured surface in hydrogen atmosphere and temperatures up to 350 deg C Keywords Constantan LASER LENR Palladium Transmutations DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 275 15 2015 Mathews S Surface Preparation of Materials for LENR Femtosecond Laser Processing First Author Mathews S All Authors Mathews S Nagel D J Minor B Pique A Title Surface Preparation of Materials for LENR Femtosecond Laser Processing Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract Because surfaces have been shown to be important for Low Energy Nuclear Reactions LENR their preparation for experiments or energy generators is naturally of interest We demonstrate that irradiation of Pd with pulses from a femtosecond laser produces surface topography with features on both micro and nano meter size scales Micrographs of these features were analyzed to obtain the spatial frequencies for later correlation with production of excess heat Keywords Femtosecond lasers LENR Low energy nuclear reactions Surface modification DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 263 15 2015 McCarthy W Water free Replication of Pons Fleischmann LENR First Author McCarthy W All Authors McCarthy W Title Water free Replication of Pons Fleischmann LENR Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract Statistically significant heat is produced by a method similar to Pons and Fleischmann but not involving electrolysis or water Instead of putting hydrogen into electrodes by operation for a few days hydrogen solute is incorporated into electrode alloys by temperature and pressure before the cell is assembled Keywords Calorimetry Copper Hydrogen Nuclear reaction DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 40 4 2011 McKubre M C H Cold Fusion LENR CMNS FPE One Perspective on the State of the Science Based on Measurements Made at SRI First Author McKubre M C H All Authors McKubre M C H Tanzella F L Title Cold Fusion LENR CMNS FPE One Perspective on the State of the Science Based on Measurements Made at SRI Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 09 13 Abstract Our object is to clarify in non specialist terms what is known and what is understood in the general field of so called Low Energy or Lattice Enhanced Nuclear Reactions LENR It is also crucial and timely to expose and elaborate what objections or reservations exist with regard to these new understandings In essence we are concerned with the answers to the following three questions What do we think we know Why do we think we know it Why do doubts still exist in the broader scientific community Progress in the LENR field will be reviewed with primary focus on the experimental work performed at SRI by and with its close collaborators with a view to defining experiments based non traditional understandings of new physical effects in metal deuterides Particular attention is directed to the Fleischmann Pons Effect nuclear level heat from the deuterium palladium and the associated nuclear products 4He 3He and 3H Keywords Calorimetry Cold fusion Excess heat DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 193 8 2012 McKubre M C H What is needed in LENR FPE studies First Author McKubre M C H All Authors McKubre M C H Tanzella F L Title What is needed in LENR FPE studies Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 09 21 Abstract ICCF16 marks nearly 22 years of research into the phenomenon first called cold fusion This newfield has expanded in breadth to the point that numerous acronyms compete to describe overlapping effects Two of these are LENR LowEnergy Nuclear Reactions and its subset FPE the Fleischmann Pons Effect Research to elucidate the basic processes and shed light on mechanisms has proceeded effectively continuously since March 1989 at SRI and elsewhere and diligently and as time and funds have allowed at numerous other accomplished institutions worldwide It is now clear to a well informed but relatively small group of scientifically interested individuals that the deuterium palladium systems conceals a heat source with energy exceeding by several orders of magnitude mechanical lattice storage or chemical energy effects Evidences of possible dd fusion products have been widely and numerously observed at least partially ratifying the original speculative designation of cold fusion The effect however is apparently not limited to deuterium as a fuel to helium as a product or to palladium as a matrix hence the classification of the field as Condensed Matter Nuclear Science CMNS to differentiate these new effects from those observed in the rarified environments of particle and plasma physics The materials related issues associated with the so called irreproducibility of CMNS effects presents the greatest barrier to the advancement and acceptance of the field Precisely because we are dealing with condensed matter micro structural and micro impurity control is difficult and expensive requiring specialized equipment control and skill Problems of similar scale and origin have been faced and overcome in the past in the development of technologies having similar significance for mankind Two of many examples are the development of solid state semiconductors implementation of conventional nuclear power and weapons Absent another Bell Labs or Manhattan Project how should the CMNS field best proceed Several overlapping options will be discussed It is well within the capability of mainstream scientists and engineers in academia and in national and private laboratories to resolve the materials issues and the questions of whether or not specific products are or are not present Without funding they will not be encouraged to do so without a higher degree of acceptance adequate funding will not be made available This paper will address various options and strategies to surmount this logical dilemma Keywords Calorimetry Cold fusion Deuterium Electrochemistry Excess heat Helium Palladium DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 8 15 2015 McKubre M C H Flux Effects in Metal Hydrogen Loading Enhanced Mass Transfer First Author McKubre M C H All Authors McKubre M C H Tanzella F L Title Flux Effects in Metal Hydrogen Loading Enhanced Mass Transfer Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract Keywords DOWNLOAD 13 2014 McKubre M C H Calorimetric Studies of the Destructive Stimulation of Palladium and Nickel Fine Wires First Author McKubre M C H All Authors McKubre M C H Bao J Tanzella F L Hagelstein P L Title Calorimetric Studies of the Destructive Stimulation of Palladium and Nickel Fine Wires Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2012 08 29 Abstract An experimental program was designed and performed to test three aspects of CMNS studies A fourth objective was added in the light of reports from Rossi regarding large scale heat release from the nickel natural hydrogen system that prompted re evaluation of earlier work on this system performed by Piantelli and later claims by Defkalion Keywords deuterium hydrogen nickel palladium DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 16 16 2015 McKubre M C H Personal Recollections of John O Mara Bockris First Author McKubre M C H All Authors McKubre M C H Title Personal Recollections of John O Mara Bockris Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 06 12 Abstract Nobody contributed more to the development of physical electrochemistry than John Bockris He did this directly through his thinking research and teaching and indirectly through his numerous publications and by taking responsibility for the training of the next generations of electrochemists in Europe North America twice and Australia New Zealand My career might have been impossible and would certainly have been greatly different were it not for the direct and indirect contributions that John Bockris made to my life and learning For this I am eternally grateful Some details are described Keywords Graham Hills John Bockris John Tomlinson Martin Fleischmann Physical electrochemistry DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 249 4 2011 Meulenberg A Tunneling Beneath the 4He Fragmentation Energy First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Sinha K P Title Tunneling Beneath the 4He Fragmentation Energy Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 09 13 Abstract The repulsive Coulomb barrier between deuterium nuclei is reduced in length and height by a catalytic mechanism involving optical phonons and electric fields in a lattice If this mechanism induces the formation of D D pairs the tightly bound and energetic electron pair a lochon in the D ion becomes an attractive force between the nuclei The lattice constraints and slow collision processes force the ions into a near 1 D configuration within the lattice that deepens the electron ground state potential well This permits the electron pair to remain closely bound to one deuteron and to do work in bringing the D D pair together The work done reduces the nuclear mass deficit transferring it to electron kinetic and field energy and that along with the reduced Coulomb repulsion of the nuclear protons brings down the helium nuclear energy levels of the fusing pair and raises the 4He fragmentation level The proposed model accounts for the observations in condensed matter nuclear science CMNS of excess heat in both p p and d d reactions and the differing observations or for the absence of tritium 3He neutrons and 4He The variation unpredictability of results inherent in the many experiments and evidence for transmutation heretofore stumbling blocks to acceptability of CMNS is now perhaps a validation of its existence All major observed CMNS processes are addressed by the model Keywords CMNS Catalyst Deuterium LENR Phonon assisted Tight binding DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 20 10 2013 Meulenberg A From the Naught Orbit to the 4He Excited State First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Title From the Naught Orbit to the 4He Excited State Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2013 01 24 Abstract An electron pair lochon in a deep hydrogen naught orbit n 0 has similarities to muonic hydrogen in that it has a small orbital radius that allows the protons in molecular hydrogen to be very much closer together than is possible in a normal molecule There are also significant differences between lochon and muon catalyzed fusion e g one leads to cold fusion and the other the hot fusion However since muon catalyzed fusion is an accepted phenomenon and Lattice assisted Nuclear Reaction LANR or Low energy Nuclear Reaction LENR is not we will examine the similarities and differences in various mechanisms with the fusion of deuterons in mind We start with the assumption that both solutions of the Klein Gordon equation are actually real and the one that has here to for been rejected correctly identifies a single deep orbit below the n 1 ground state It is generally accepted that at least for spinless bosons such as the lochon this solution of the Klein Gordon equation holds We then compare the creation model and characteristics of these two naught orbits with those of the muonic orbits both atomic and molecular The similarities lead both naught orbit and muonic orbit molecules to fusion The differences lead the non relativistic but 100 MeV excess energy muon induced fusion of deuterons to the fragmentation of excited helium nuclei and the relativistic but to an excited helium 4He state that is below these fragmentation levels The reason for this different response to the respective tight orbits is described along with some of the consequences e g electron capture In addition internal conversion a known physical process involving nucleon interaction with atomic electrons is compared with the Extended Lochon Model to provide a means of de exciting 4He without production of energetic particles or radiation Keywords Electron capture Internal conversion LENR Lochon Muon catalysis Naught orbit DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 356 13 2014 Meulenberg A Femto Atoms and transmutation First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Title Femto Atoms and transmutation Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract The low energy nuclear reaction fusion process for a deep electron orbit femto hydrogen atom H with an atomic nucleus yields new isotopes and femto atoms The multi body interaction strong near field radiation from tightly bound electrons and low input energies make energetic particle emission less common than for normal fusion or neutron activation processes Keywords Deep electron levels Femto atoms Fusion Transmutation DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 388 13 2014 Meulenberg A New Visions of Physics through the Microscope of Cold Fusion First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Sinha A Title New Visions of Physics through the Microscope of Cold Fusion Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract Cold Fusion CF Research is not hindered as much by what we do not know as it is by what we know too well This paper identifies several standard physics models which must be extended beyond present practice and indicates condensed matter nuclear science CMNS work in this direction Keywords Theory DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 367 13 2014 Meulenberg A Deep orbit electron radiation emission in decay from 4H to 4He First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Sinha A Title Deep orbit electron radiation emission in decay from 4H to 4He Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract The process of nuclear energy transfer to the lattice involves near field electromagnetic coupling of energy from energetic charged nuclei to deep Dirac level electrons From there the energetic electrons near field and far field couple energy into adjacent Pd bound electrons causing intense local ionization but no energetic radiation beyond the multi keV level Keywords Theory DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 378 13 2014 Meulenberg A Deep electron orbits in cold fusion First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Sinha A Title Deep electron orbits in cold fusion Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2014 10 27 Abstract The lochon models of cold fusion among others propose deep energy electrons as necessary for low energy nuclear reactions LENR Relativistic Schrodinger equations e g the Klein Gordon K G and Dirac equations have irregular solutions that predict such levels at 500 keV The basis for such a level and its implications are presented Keywords Theory DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 113 15 2015 Meulenberg A Femto Helium and PdD Transmutation First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Title Femto Helium and PdD Transmutation Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded 2015 03 26 Abstract Extensive evidence exists for cold fusion to produce transmutation products as well as excess heat This paper deals with the palladium deuteride PdD structure that is generally modeled with a deuterium to helium D D 4He cold fusion process How this process results in transmutation is based on the extended lochon model that predicts deep orbit electrons that are tightly bound to the 4He nucleus and thus make the equivalent of a neutralized alpha particle This model is compared with the NiH system H H D H 2 or 2H described earlier and distinguishes long range from short range transmutation distance from the fusion site as well as the relative excess energies from fusion vs transmutation The model predicts the probable transmutation process es and products in the palladium system and explains other observed results of cold fusion experiments Keywords Femto atoms Femto molecules Deep Dirac levels Neutral alpha Selective fusion DOWNLOAD and go to Acrobat page 124 15 2015 Meulenberg A Pictorial Description for LENR in Linear Defects of a Lattice First Author Meulenberg A All Authors Meulenberg A Title Pictorial Description for LENR in Linear Defects of a Lattice Publisher J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci Date Uploaded

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  • J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci. index
    Issues Conference Proceedings ICCF individual papers ICCF 9 Proceedings ICCF 10 Proceedings U S Navy Cold Fusion Research Video Introduction LIBRARY Summary Detail Summary without border Details without border Most recent without border Publications without border JCMNS index without border Most recent Publications J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Direct access to Library folder Library Guide J Condensed Matter Nucl Sci index Library index Index without border opens in new

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  • Library Guide
    folder Library Guide Library Guide The LENR CANR library consists of a bibliography of over 3 800 item and over 860 full text papers and books The bibliography was compiled by Dieter Britz Edmund Storms and Jed Rothwell Select LIBRARY Summary to see the full bibliography Papers and books available for download have the word DOWNLOAD in the left column The index appears on the lower portion of the screen You can escape the WordPress borders and have the index fill the whole screen by selecting the menu items on the right Click on the key to see a detailed description of the document You can click on as many as you want to open multiple descriptions If you want to see full details for every item on the screen select Detail instead The Summary and Details screen shows all items in the bibliography You may wish to see only the items available for download Click on the Available for Download menu item for that The papers are listed with the most recently uploaded papers first Click on the Description heading to list them alphabetically by author How to Search for Papers The easiest way to search for a paper is to type the author or part of the title into the Quick Search box on the top left In the Summary screen this searches for words in the Description field only To find words in the Abstract or Keywords go to the Detail screen You can do a more elaborate search by pressing the Search button In the Detail screen you can search for specifics in any field When you return to the display a message on the top right tells you what you are searching for Author Equal Storms E and Title Contains tritium Filename Conventions The LENR

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  • the first half of the run and at about 1400 C in the second half The measured energy balance between input and output heat yielded a COP factor of about 3 2 and 3 6 for the 1260ºC and 1400ºC runs respectively The total net energy obtained during the 32 days run was about 1 5 MWh This amount of energy is far more than can be obtained from any known chemical sources in the small reactor volume A sample of the fuel was carefully examined with respect to its isotopic composition before the run and after the run using several standard methods XPS EDS SIMS ICP MS and ICP AES The isotope composition in Lithium and Nickel was found to agree with the natural composition before the run while after the run it was found to have changed substantially Nuclear reactions are therefore indicated to be present in the run process which however is hard to reconcile with the fact that no radioactivity was detected outside the reactor during the run In summary the performance of the E Cat reactor is remarkable We have a device giving heat energy compatible with nuclear transformations but it operates at low energy and gives neither nuclear radioactive waste nor emits radiation From basic general knowledge in nuclear physics this should not be possible Nevertheless we have to relate to the fact that the experimental results from our test show heat production beyond chemical burning and that the E Cat fuel undergoes nuclear transformations It is certainly most unsatisfying that these results so far have no convincing theoretical explanation but the experimental results cannot be dismissed or ignored just because of lack of theoretical understanding Magnus Olofsson the CEO of Elforsk wrote about this paper in NyTeknik He said Google translation Elforsk has in recent years followed the development of what has come to be called nuclear reactions at low energy LENR Low Energy Nuclear Reactions Elforsk include published a compilation of knowledge about LENR Elforsk has also co funded the current measurements and earlier measurements While the earlier measurements showed an unexplained excess energy Elforsk takes now the initiative to build a comprehensive Swedish research initiative More knowledge is needed to understand and explain Let us engage more researchers in searching this phenomenon and then explain how it works Here is the official statement about this paper at Elforsk s website in Swedish and English Mats Lewan reports on Rossi and Defkalion May 15 2014 Reporter Mats Lewan of the Ny Teknik magazine has published a book about the cold fusion researcher Andrea Rossi The book is titled An Impossible Invention It is available in English Swedish and Italian You can read the first chapter or order the book here Nobel Laureate Brian Josephson published a comment at Nature com describing the book The highlight of the week was the publication of Mats Lewan s book An Impossible Invention subtitled The true story of the energy source that could change the world

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