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Year Published 2014
Title Developments in Electrochemistry - Science Inspired by Martin Fleischmann
Publisher Wiley
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Record 2
First Author Abbenseth, R.
All Authors Abbenseth, R., Wipf, H.
Year Published 1980
Title Thermal Expansion and Lattice Anharmonicity of Pd-H and Pd-D Alloys
Publisher J. Phys. F: Met. Phys.
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Keywords Thermal Expansion, Lattice Parameter, PdH, PdD
Record 3
First Author ABC
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Year Published 1994
Title "Good Morning America"
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Record 4
First Author Abell, G. C.
All Authors Abell, G. C., Attalla, A.
Year Published 1987
Title NMR Evidence for Solid-Fluid Transition Near 250 K of 3He Bubbles in Palladium Tritide
Publisher Phys. Rev. Lett.
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Keywords Pd tritium, Helium, PdT
Record 5
First Author Abell, G. C.
All Authors Abell, G. C., Matson, L. K., Steinmeyer, R. H., Bowman Jr., R. C., Oliver, B. M.
Year Published 1990
Title Helium release from aged palladium tritide
Publisher Phys. Rev. B: Mater. Phys.
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Keywords Helium diffusion, PdT
Record 6
First Author Aben, P. C.
All Authors Aben, P. C., Burgers, W. G.
Year Published 1989
Title Surface Structure and Electrochemical Potential of Palladium while Absorbing Hydrogen in Aqueous Solution
Publisher Trans. Faraday Soc.
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Keywords Pd, hydrogen, lattice Parameter, overvoltage, phase Diagram, PdH
Record 7
First Author Aberdam, D.
All Authors Aberdam, D., Avenier, M., Bagieu, G., Bouchez, J., Cavaignac, J. F., Collot, J., Durand, R., Faure, R., Favier, J.,
Kajfasz, E., Koang, D. H., Lefievre, B., Lesquoy, E., Pessard, H., Rouault, A., Senateur, J. P., Stutz, A., Weiss, F.
Year Published 1990
Title Limits on neutron emission following deuterium absorption into palladium and titanium
Publisher Phys. Rev. Lett.
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Keywords neutron, method
Record 8
First Author Abriola, D.
All Authors Abriola, D., Achterberg, E., Davidson, M., Debray, M., Etchegoyen, M. C., Fazzini, N., Niello, J. F., Ferrero, A. M. J.,
Filevich, A., Galia, M.C., Garavaglia, R., B., Garcia, Gettar, R. T., Gil, S., Grahmann, H., Huck, H., Jech, A.,
Kreiner, A. J., Macchiavelli, A. O., Magallanes, J. F., Maqueda, E., Marti, G., Pacheco, A. J., Percz, M. L., Pomar, C.,
Ramirez, M., Scassera, M.
Year Published 1989
Title Examination of nuclear measurement conditions in cold fusion experiments
Publisher J. Electroanal. Chem.
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Keywords gamma emission, neutron, electrolysis, Pd, D2O, PdCl2
Record 9
First Author AbuTaha, A. F.
All Authors AbuTaha, A. F.
Year Published 1990
Title Cold fusion - engineering perspectives
Publisher J. Fusion Energy
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Keywords lattice stress, stored energy critique
Record 10
First Author AbuTaha, A. F.
All Authors AbuTaha, A. F.
Year Published 1990
Title Cold fusion - the heat mechanism
Publisher J. Fusion Energy
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Keywords critique lattice stress, stored energy fractofusion
Record 11
First Author Abyaneh, M.
All Authors Abyaneh, M., Fleischmann, M., Del Giudice, E., Vitiello, G.
Year Published 2004
Title Concerning the Modeling of Systems in Terms of Quantum Electrodynamics (QED): The Special Case of "Cold Fusion"
Publisher Eleventh International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
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Keywords theory
Record 12
First Author Accomazzi, P.
All Authors Accomazzi, P.
Year Published 2017
Title Binuclear Atoms: A Model to Explain Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
Publisher J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci.
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Abstract In this paper we show that the helium-like hydrogen spectra obtained by Randell L. Mills and ultra-dense hydrogen
obtained by Holmlid can be interpreted as experimental evidence of Binuclear Atoms. The hydrogen Binuclear Atom, a
model proposed 25 years ago, is a metastable configuration in which the two nuclei are held together at a very short
distance in an atom-like configuration. This should be a distinctive configuration of the hydrogen molecule where nuclei
are characterized by a high kinetic energy, and nuclear motion is coupled with electronic motion. This is a completely
different model from the usual Born-Oppenheimer picture of atoms and molecules we are used to, where nuclei oscillate
about their equilibrium positions and electronic motion is decoupled from the nuclear one. The identification of
helium-like hydrogen spectra and ultra-dense hydrogen as Binuclear Atoms has a strong impact on one of the main
objections to Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR): the overcoming of the Coulomb barrier thus identifying a sound
mechanism for the occurrence of LENR. This work is not conclusive. The only goal of this work is to focus the
attention of people interested in LENR mechanism on this subject, and encourage them to take this hypothesis more
seriously.
Keywords Binuclear atom, LENR, Mills hydrino, Rossi E-Cat, Ultra dense hydrogen
Record 13
First Author Ackermann, E.
All Authors Ackermann, E.
Year Published 2005
Title Indicators of Failed Information Epidemics in the Scientific Journal Literature: A Publication Analysis of Polywater and
Cold Nuclear Fusion
Publisher Scientametrics
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Keywords review
Record 14
First Author Adachi, G.
All Authors Adachi, G., Sakaguchi, H., Nagao, K.
Year Published 1992
Title (3)He and (4)He from D2 absorbed in LaNi5
Publisher J. Alloys and Compounds
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Keywords Helium LiNi5, D2
Record 15
First Author Adamenko, S.
All Authors Adamenko, S., Vysotskii, V.
Year Published 2003
Title Experimental Observation And A Possible Way To The Creation Of Anomalous Isotopes And Stable Superheavy Nuclei Via The
Electron-Nucleus Collapse
Publisher Tenth International Conference on Cold Fusion
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Abstract The problem of supercompression of a solid target to a collapse state is considered. The basic principles of
construction and the parameters of an experimental setup ensuring such a supercompression are described. The model and
method of creation and evolution of superheavy nuclear clusters with 250<A<500 and A>3000-5000 in
the controlled collapse zone and in the volume of a remote accumulating screen are discussed. The evolution of such
clusters results in the synthesis of isotopes with 1<A<500 and with anomalous spatial distribution in the
volume of a remote screen. These phenomena were interpreted on the basis of the idea of the formation of a
self-organizing and self-supporting collapse of the electron-nucleus plasma under the action of a coherent driver up to
a state close to the nuclear substance.
Keywords superheavy nuclei
Record 16
First Author Adamenko, S.
All Authors Adamenko, S., Vysotskii, V.
Year Published 2004
Title The Conditions And Realization Of Self-Similar Coulomb Collapse Of Condensed Target And Low-Energy Laboratory
Nucleosynthesis
Publisher Eleventh International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
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Keywords theory
Record 17
First Author Adamenko, S.
All Authors Adamenko, S., Vysotskii, V.
Year Published 2005
Title Observation And Modeling Of The Ordered Motion Of Hypothetical Magnetically Charged Particles On The Multilayer Surface
And The Problem Of Low-Energy Fusion
Publisher The 12th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
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Keywords theory
Record 18
First Author Adamenko, S.
All Authors Adamenko, S., Vysotskii, V.
Year Published 2008
Title The possible mechanism of creation of light magnetic monopoles in strong magnetic field of a laboratory system
Publisher ICCF-14 International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
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Date Uploaded 2009-10-02
Abstract In this work the reasons and mechanism of the creation of unknown magneto-charged particles, which were observed in
experiments on supercompression of condensed target in Kiev Electrodynamics Laboratory "Proton-21", are discussed. It is
shown that these particles are most probably the hypothetical light magnetic monopoles that were introduced by George
Lochak as magneto-excited neutrinos. The parameters of these particles (including mass of monopole and both size and
binding energy of monopole-antimonopole pair) and the method of their creation are discussed and calculated.
Keywords theory
Record 19
First Author Adkisson, W. M.
All Authors Adkisson, W. M.
Year Published 1991
Title The Cause of and Happenings During Cold Fusion Events
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Record 20
First Author Adler, P. N.
All Authors Adler, P. N., Schulte, R. L., Margolin, H.
Year Published 1990
Title Deuterium surface segregation in titanium alloys
Publisher Metal. Trans.
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Keywords TiD, transmutation, D2, Ti
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