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    Current Science - Special Section: Low Energy Nuclear Reactions
    Posted on Wednesday, February 25, 2015 @ 01:01:59 EST by vlad

    Science The latest Current Science Issue Vol. 108, No. 4, 25 February 2015, has a Special Section on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions with 34 papers in pdf format you can download for free (list below; click on PDF).

    Preface. Low energy nuclear reactions

    A quarter century has gone by since Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, two chemistry professors from the University of Utah, USA, made a ‘historic’ announcement at a press conference in Salt Lake City in March 1989, where they claimed that they had observed sporadic episodes of massive amounts of ‘excess heat’, over and above what is electrically put into the electrolytic cell. They suggested that in their experiments, the Pd rod which was deployed as cathode got heavily ‘loaded’ with deuterium (D), thus forming PdD, from the LiOD electrolytic solution during electrolysis. They went on to postulate that the observed large amounts of ‘excess heat’, which is far beyond the chemical energy available, must be attributed to the occurrence of some sort of nuclear fusion reactions between the deuterons, d, embedded within the Pd metal matrix. This claimed occurrence of fusion reactions at room temperature soon came to be dubbed as ‘cold fusion (CF)’ ....



     
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    The story behind free pdfs of 34 cold fusion papers in Current Science (Score: 1)
    by vlad on Sunday, March 01, 2015 @ 22:37:47 EST
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    the story behind free pdfs of 34 cold fusion papers in Current Science 104(4) 574-7, 2015.02.25: Abd ul-Rahman Lomax: Rich Murray 2015.02.24


    Replicable cold fusion experiment: heat/helium ratio, Abd ul-Rahman Lomax, Current Science 104(4) 574-7, 2015.02.25 free pdfs of 34 papers: Rich Murray 2015.02.24
    http://rmforall.blogspot.com/2015/02/replicable-cold-fusion-experiment.html


    Abd ul-Rahman Lomax abd@lomaxdesign.com [newvortex]
    4:59 PM (5 hours ago) Tuesday. 2015.02.24

    to newvortex
     
    The entire journal:

    http://www.currentscience.ac.in/php/toc.php?vol=108&issue=04

    The special section alone, 34 papers:

    http://www.currentscience.ac.in/php/feat.php?feature=Special%20Section:%20Low%20Energy%20Nuclear%20Reactions&featid=10094

    And, of course, my paper: "Replicable cold fusion experiment:
    heat/helium ratio"
    http://www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/108/04/0574.pdf

    All the papers in that section may be discussed on Wikversity:

    https://en.wikiversity.org/wiki/Cold_fusion/Current_Science

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Current_Science

    Some general information about this. Current Science is a multidisciplinary journal established in 1932, published by the Current Science Association in collaboration with the Indian Academy of Sciences.

    Last year, the editors of the section solicited papers from researchers in the field of LENR. These papers went through two reviews, first by the special section editors and then, if the editors decided to forward the paper, by a normal peer reviewer assigned by Current Science.

    The anonymous reviewer of my paper was familiar with physics and not with cold fusion, and was skeptical at first.

    Yes, I modified my paper extensively in response to his critique and it is, no doubt,
    better for it.

    Apparently, he was convinced, he gave a glowing recommendation for publication.

    There are some very good papers in this collection, and others that are brief reports on activity in various nations or organizations.

    I specially recommend McKubre's paper, "Cold fusion: comments on the state of scientific proof"

    http://www.currentscience.ac.in/Volumes/108/04/0495.pdf

    But there are *many* excellent papers.

    One might notice that we are not being shy about using the term "cold fusion."  Times change.

    It's fusion, get over it.

    ("Fusion" is a result, not a mechanism. The mechanism is a mystery.)



     

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