LENR & TRANSMUTATION

Lutz Jaitner

THE PHYSICS OF CONDENSED PLASMOIDS (CPs) AND LOW-ENERGY NUCLEAR REACTIONS (LENR), 2015 - 2019 

http://condensed-plasmoids.com/condensed_plasmoids_lenr.pdf

 

LENR research was puzzled for a long time by the basic questions. To answer them, the author has built a quantum-mechanical model of the nuclear active environment in LENR.

This environment is an ultra-dense plasmoid, i.e. a “condensed plasmoid”. The computed properties of CPs are so exotic, that CPs qualify as a previously unknown aggregation state of matter.

This document is first in describing the properties of CPs, the microscopic evidence of CPs in LENR experiments, how the properties of CPs help explaining a wealth of remarkable findings in LENR experiments, examples of nuclear reaction routes possibly enabled by CPs, the quantum-mechanical model of CPs, the computational results derived from this model, verifiable predictions derived from the theory on CPs and a technology assessment on potential dangers of LENR.

ROSATOM CONTINUES STUDYING BIOLOGICAL TRANSMUTATIONS​ (In Russian)

Article by the "REGNUM" news agency, dated 29.12.2016, about the proposed method of transmutation of radioactive and stable isotopes in biological systems, which Russian State Corporation ROSATOM is interested in, and wishes to develop.

This method has been developed by Alla A. Kornilova (physicist – experimenter from the Moscow State University) and Vladimir I. Vysotskiy (physicist-theorist  from the Kiyv University).

The resolution to the problem of disposal of liquid and solid radioactive waste is a priority because their accumulation during the development of nuclear weapons and nuclear energy.

The researchers and Rosatom also aim at creating a theory that allows understanding the observable phenomena, which physicists sometimes call “low-trigger” nuclear processes, which include low-energy nuclear reaction (LENR) and cold fusion.

 

Source: https://regnum.ru/news/innovatio/2223105.html

S.М. Komarov

NUCLEAR FUSION IN BUBBLES (2015)

 (In Russian) 

 

About the research around so-called “bubble fusion” or “sono-fusion” (nuclear fusion in artificial bubbles).

Scientists discovered a phenomenon called “sono-luminescence”, which is able to create temperatures of about 10 million degrees for imprisoned in tiny bubbles. This is enough to create conditions for thermonuclear fusion, with an induced short pulse of UV radiation.

The following illustrations show the stages of possible implementation of such process.

А.G. Parkhomov

LONG-LASTING EXPERIMENTS OF NICKEL – HYDROGEN HEAT GENERATORS, WITH FLOW CALORIMETERS (In Russian)

Article by А.G. Parkhomov in the “Journal of newly formed areas of sciences”, issue 12-13(4), pages 74-79, 2016.

​Desciption of the design of the nickel-hydrogen generator, capable of continuous operation during up to a month, with an excess energy produced of approx 20%.

The fuel weight (a mixture of nickel and lithium aluminum hydrate) is about 2 hours total, and total excess energy proved to be about 100 MJ.

 

Source : http://www.unconv-science.org/n12/parkhomov/

Marc Ellenbroek

COLD FUSION OR LENR (PRESENTATION)

November 2016

 

History, current status and perspectives.

 

Link : https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9JYyBKPH4TPQVBnM3Z2bjl6ajg/view

 

(published on :  http://lenr.seplm.ru/novosti/noyabrskaya-2016g-prezentatsiya-marka-elenbroka-iz-gollandii-khyas-ili-lenr )

 A. A. Kornilova

«About the perspectives of development of biotechnological  treatment of liquid radioactive waste » (In Russian)
Moscow, September 2016

 

Presentation by Academician, Pr. Phys. Math. Sciences, Head of Innovation center of the Physics Chair of Moscow State Uniuversity (MGU), A.A. Kornilova, during the conference “Ecological threats and national security of Russia” (Moscow, 14-16 September 2016).

Corresponding article of the Regnum news agency :

 

“Alchemy  at the stage of industrial implementation”

Biological transmutation is the foundation of scientific and technological leadership of Russia in the 21st century: 

 

https://regnum.ru/news/innovatio/2190442.html?t=1476087440

A. Prosvirnov, Yu. Ratis

THERE ARE NO MORE DOUBTS, LENR EXISTS (In Russian)

November 29, 2013

This article summarizes more than 50 years of research in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)

The authors brilliantly showed that Russia had, and still has a great potential for developments in this area, in spite of all the difficulties (this area has been repeatedly qualified as “pseudoscience” ...).

They also show that the United States, at their side, have already understood the importance and priority of the LENR-technologies, and have resolutely launched an R&D program in this area.

The authors urge relevant Russian authorities and organizations not to reject LENR results, and to give priority to this promising area of research.

 

Yu. Ratis

BOOK « CONTROLLABLE NUCLEAR FUSION OR COLD FUSION : A DRAMA OF IDEAS » (In Russian)

Edited by the Samara scientific center of RAS, 2009.

ISBN 978-5-93424-408-9.

 

Review of current status of the problem of cold fusion, with arguments in favor of a new model of the phenomenon, that is in full compliance with known laws of nuclear physics.

The official science still considers it impossible to transform chemical elements, via different electric discharge experiments with wires and foils made of stable isotopes of titanium, tungsten and other metals.

The scientific community also rejects the interpretation of results of experiments with palladium - deuteriem, as well as of experiments on melting zirconium with an electron beam, etc.

Editorial rating of scientific publications usually call “pseudoscience” the research on "low-energy transmutation of chemical elements" and "cold fusion" lzhenauchnymi, or consider that there are mistakes in experiments. Such "seditious" work remain usually unpublished.

Over 80 years, the results of “non-standard studies” are ignored, while they clearly indicated that low-energy transmutations of chemical elements and cold fusion really exist. And several groups of enthusiasts continue to make various experiments in this field, throughout the world.

Vlad Zhigalov

Website: www.second-physics.ru

 

THE RUSSIAN MOSAIC OF LENR RESEARCH (In Russian)

This review seeks to put together disparate facts, known mostly only to specialists working in the field of low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR). It puts the emphasis on results obtained during research in the former Soviet Union, and later, in Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, mainly during the last 5 - 10 years.

V.F. Balakirev, V.V. Krymskiy

LOW-TEMPERATURE TRANSMUTATION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS WITH RELEASE OF HEAT, UNDER ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERACTION (In Russian)

The authors: “We have already informed the scientific community in a concise form about the possibility of transmutation of chemical elements (“low-energy transmutation”), accompanied by the allocation of energy.

This makes it possible to simultaneous obtain significant amounts of various chemical elements in unconventional ways (i.e. not from conventional raw materials, with conventional methods) and with the help of electrical energy. It will likely be a very efficient process economically, decisive to solve forthcoming commodities and energy crises.

I. L. Gerlovin, R. Kh. Baranova, and P. S. Baranov

NEW APPROACH TO COLD FUSION (LENR) - Dec. 1991

A SELECTION OF ARTICLES BY JEAN-PAUL BIBERIAN (France)

Source : http://www.cryofusion.org/FR/ressources.php

Jean-Paul Bibérian, born in 1946, is a French experimenter and expert in LENR.

 

His personal websites are:

http://www.jeanpaulbiberian.net/

http://www.cryofusion.org/

The first article by Fleischmann et Pons

Electrochemically induced nuclear fusion of deuterium (Martin FLEISCHMANN and Stanley PONS - 1989)

An article by Y.Arata comparing electrolysis of heavy water and light water

Anomalous Difference between Reaction Energies Generated within D2O-Cell and H2O-Cell (Yoshiaki ARATA and Yue-Chang ZHANG - 1998)

 

The first-ever publication about the nickel-hydrogen system

Large excess heat production in Ni-H systems (FOCARDI, GABBANI, MONTALBANO, PIANTELLI and VERONESI - 1998)

An article about the conditions required for the « cold fusion » experiences by electrolysis to work

New Physical Effects in Metal Deuterides (HAGELSTEIN, McKUBRE, NAGEL, CHUBB and HEKMAN - 2010)

An article about the transmutation of one chemical element into another

Elemental Analysis of Pd Complexes: Effects of D2 Gas Permeation (IWAMURA, SAKANO and ITOH - 2002)

An article about the neutrons production

Neutron Emissions from Metal Deuterides (JONES - 2003)

An article correlating heat excess and helium production

The Emergence of a Coherent Explanation for Anomalies Observed in D/Pd and H/Pd Systems (McKUBRE, TANZELLA, TRIPODI and HAGELSTEIN - 2000)

An 30-years-old NASA report about heat excess produced when deuterium exits palladium

Results of an Attempt to Measure Increased Rates of the Reaction 2D + 2D -> 3He + n in a Nonelectrochemical Cold Fusion Experiment (FRALICK, DECKER and BLUE - 1989)

An article about low-level neutron emission when deuterium exits palladium

Cold Nuclear Fusion Induced by Controlled Out-Diffusion of Deuterons in Palladium (Eiichi YAMAGUCHI and Takashi NISHIOKA - 1990)

A 2009 report by the US Defense Intelligence Agency about LENR

Worldwide Research on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Increasing and Gaining Acceptance (Defense Intelligence Agency - 2009)

The original article by Vauquelin, dated 1799 , about biological transmutations biologiques involving hens

(in French)

Annales de Chimie (VAUQUELIN - 1799)

An article about Baranger’s work on biological transmutations  (in French)

Les plantes opèrent-elles des transmutations ? (Pierre BARANGER - 1970)

An historical recurse about biological transmutations, by J.P. Bibérian

Biological Transmutations: Historical Perspective (Jean-Paul Biberian - 2012)

An article about key research demonstrating that bacterium is able to decrease radionuclides’ half-live

Successful Experiments on Utilization of High-Activity Nuclear Waste in the Process of Transmutation in Growing Associations of Microbiological Cultures (VYSOTSKII, SHEVEL, TASHIREV and KORNILOVA - 2003)

 
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