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On the Nuclear Mechanisms Underlying the Heat Production by the E-Cat
Posted on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 @ 01:40:16 GMT by vlad

Science Submitted to Arxiv on 6 Apr 2015 by Norman D. Cook and Andrea Rossi: We discuss the isotopic abundances found in the E-Cat reactor with regard to the nuclear mechanisms responsible for excess heat. We argue that a major source of energy is a reaction between the first excited-state of 7Li4 and a proton, followed by the breakdown of 8Be4 into two alphas with high kinetic energy, but without gamma radiation.

The unusual property of the 7Li4 isotope that allows this reaction is similar to the property that underlies the Mossbauer effect: the presence of unusually low-lying excited states in stable, odd-Z and/or odd-N nuclei.

We use the lattice version of the independent-particle model (IPM) of nuclear theory to show how the geometrical structure of isotopes indicate nuclear reactions that are not predicted in the conventional version of the IPM. Finally, we speculate on similar mechanisms that may be involved in other low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR).

Link: http://arxiv.org/abs/1504.01261


[Vlad] Also, see some pictures from Andrea Rossi's 1MW plant in the USA: http://andrea-rossi.com/1mw-plant/



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Re: Cold Fusion Game Changer (Score: 1)
by vlad on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 @ 01:53:12 GMT
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For those who need some background on the "cold fusion" (or LENR now) phaenomenon, here are some videos worth watching:

Andrea Rossi and Cold Fusion Game Changer

Cold Fusion Hot Again - 60 Minutes

Cold fusion - Fire from water

Heavy Watergate: The War on Cold Fusion

ICCF-18 : Dr. Edmund Storms "Explaining Cold Fusion"

Always check Dr. Peter Gluck great blog EGO OUT for a compilation on the latest news in the field: http://egooutpeters.blogspot.ro/ [egooutpeters.blogspot.ro]

For FB addicted, check: Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project

Re: On the Nuclear Mechanisms Underlying the Heat Production by the E-Cat (Score: 1)
by profraccoon on Wednesday, June 03, 2015 @ 02:26:22 GMT
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Has alpha radiation been detetected during E-Cat experiments (Berillium is split into two alpha particles)?  This is the most interesting mechanism shown in this paper.

The "independent" particle model, and the "conventional version" of the "independent" particle model? We are supposed to understand this.

The idea of LENR neutron creation from proton-electron fusion, such that the Coulomb barrier can be overcome, is not confirmed by Rossi's paper (only via references to other papers and research).
According to Rossi, the  Ni atoms fuse directly with one proton, and then also an electron is fused with this proton (strange). It seems more natural that a neutron is formed first, which fuses with a Ni atom nucleus.

The reference to the Mössbauer effect is a bit far off, well ok.

At least it is clear now Rossi uses  Li Al H4   as a catalyzer!


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