: Nature Article: “Water can trigger nuclear reaction to produce energy and isotope gases”
(Bin-Juine Huang, Yu-Hsiang Pan, ... Robert William Greenyer
This paper reports the discovery that water can trigger a peculiar nuclear reaction and produce energy. Cavitation may induce unusual reactions through implosion of water vapor bubbles. Many of this research has been published formally or informally. We have conducted experiments using two reactor types made from multiple-pipe heat exchanger and found that the heat exchange process of water produces peculiar excess heat and abnormally high pressure leading to rupture of the reactor. Recently, we have tested another eight reactors. Interestingly, these reactors produce non-condensable gas.
We suspected that they include 22Ne and CO2. We used a mass spectrometer
(MS) to analyze 14 gas samples collected from 8 reactors, including ten
samples showing a coefficient of performance COPx > 1.05 (with
excess heat) and four having COPx < 1.05 (without excess heat).
Several methods were adopted to identify the gas content. For CO2
identification, two methods are employed. For 22Ne identification, three
methods are employed. All the results confirm that isotope 22Ne and
regular CO2 really exist in the output gas from reactors determined to
have excess heat. We conjecture a possible mechanism to produce 22Ne and
CO2 and find out that 12C and isotope 17O are the intermediate. They
finally form isotope gases containing 17O, including H2O-17
(heavy-oxygen water), isotope O2 (16O–17O), and isotope CO2
(12C–16O–17O). In the excess heat producing reactors, all these gasses
were detected by MS in the absence of 20Ne and 21Ne. The observed
isotope gases produced from reactors having excess heat verifies that
water can trigger a peculiar nuclear reaction and produce energy.
In the paper the first reference is:
Freire, L. O. & de Andrade, D. A. Preliminary survey on cold fusion: It’s not pathological science and may require revision of nuclear theory.
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