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Author Topic: Claims of REPEATABLE Power Production by means of H (D) gas into nano-metals  (Read 616 times)
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  Came across this paper today - from Oct 2020. Finding it very exciting as they claim repeatable "anomalous heat excess" (AHE) with hydrogen (and deuterium) gas into nano-metals, including copper-nickel-zirconium

Note:  Not Pons/Fleischmann approach as there is  no Deuterium and no electrolysis, and palladium is not needed!  P/F used hydrogen as a control...

Here we have power excess using HYDROGEN, not deuterium (although D2 gas also works).

  Brief extract from the article below.  Can anyone extract the full article including Figures as a PDF and put it in this thread?  much appreciated!
link = https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344754960_Enhancement_of_Excess_Thermal_Power_in_Interaction_of_Nano-Metal_and_HD-Gas

  Note:  hydrogen onto copper and nickel - does this sound familiar??
   

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Here you go Steve.
   

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Thanks JimBoot.  The Paper is very helpful.

Something seems to be happening but without more detailed measurement
of reaction products and catalyst calcine change it is difficult to imagine what
precisely it is.

Very interesting never-the-less.  Continued evaluation will most likely nail it down.

Yes, the choice of metals is fascinating.

Transmutations?


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  Thanks Jim Boot - and mudPed for comments.
   I will study the paper.  This team of Takahashi, Kasagi and Iwamura  is doing great.  I'm well acquainted with all them.
   
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