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RESULTS IN COLD FUSION

By H. Kozima


From: NEN, Vol. 5, No. 7, Nov. 1997, p. 5.
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RESULTS IN COLD FUSION

H. Kozima (Dept. Phys., Fac. Sci., Shizuoka Univ., Japan), "Cold Fusion Phenomenon (A Review)," Intl. J. Soc. of Mats. Engr. for Resources, vol 6, no 1 , 60 refs. (1998, to be published).

AUTHOR'S ABSTRACT

Present status of cold fusion research is reviewed after almost nine years of its discovery. It is recognized that the events of the cold fusion phenomenon occurring at from room temperature up to about 3000íC, include not only initially supposed excess heat, neutron and tritium generations but also helium and gamma ray generations and the nuclear transmutation of the heavier nuclei. The experimental evidences of these events have been almost confirmed and primitive application devices have been worked out but theoretical explanation of the phenomenon is not accomplished yet. A trial of consistent explanation for the whole experimental data is introduced in the final section.


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