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Cold Fusion: Advances in Condensed Matter Nuclear Science provides a concise description of the existing technological approaches in cold fusion or low energy nuclear reaction engineering. It handles the chemistry, physics, materials, and various processes involved in cold fusion, and provides a critical analysis of obtained theoretical and experimental results. The book has a very international appeal with the editor from France and an international pool of chapter authors from academia and industry.
This book is an indispensable resource for researchers in academia and industry connected with combustion processes and synthesis all over the world.
- Systemizes the rapidly growing amount of information in cold fusion or low energy nuclear reaction technologies
- Defines the scientific fundamentals for understanding of cold fusion engineering
- Provides an overview of the history of the development of cold fusion engineering
- Written by an international pool of chapter authors
PhD students and researchers in academia and industry in physical and materials chemistry and in chemical and nuclear physics working on combustion processes
1. Production of helium in cold fusion experiments
2. Review of Pd/D co-deposition
3. Electrochemical loading to produce the Fleischmann-Pons heat effect (FPHE)
4. Fundamentals of isoperibolic calorimetric measurements in cold fusion experiments
5. Can clean and stable deuterium loading and well-tailored microstructure improve reproducibility?
6. Gas phase
7. Electrically induced anomalous thermal phenomena in nanostructured wires
8. Experimental procedures for excess heat generation from cold fusion reactions
9. Heat generation experiments using nano-sized metal composite and hydrogen gas
10. Screening energy for low energy nuclear reactions in condensed matter
11. Review of permeation-induced nuclear transmutation reaction
12. Effective LENR and transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in growing biological systems
13. Trasnmutations and isotopic shifts in LENR experiments
14. The basic nature of the cold fusion effect
15. Models based on phonon-nuclear coupling
16. A study on electron deep orbits by quantum relativistic methods
17. Universal mechanism of LENR in physical and biological systems on the base of coherent correlated states of interacting particles
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 9th January 2020
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Jean-Paul Biberian has authored more than 80 research papers in the field of surface science and low energy nuclear reactions (LENR). He is the editor-in-chief of the peer reviewed journal devoted to LENR, the Journal of Condensed Matter Nuclear Science. Dr. Biberian received the Preparata medal in 2016.
Professor, Department of Physics, University of Aix-Marseille – Marseille, France
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