REPORT ON 6TH RUSSIAN CONFERENCE ON COLD NUCLEAR TRANSMUTATION OF CHEMICAL ELEMENTS
REPORT ON RCCNT-6
6th Russian Conference on Cold Nuclear Transmutation of Chemical Elements took place in Sochi, Russia from Sept 28 to Oct 3, 1998. The conference was held under the auspices of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian Physical Society, Nuclear Society of Russia, Russian Mendeleev Chemical Society, Moscow Lomonosov State Univ., Russian Univ. of Peoples' Friendship, and Moscow State Technical Univ. (MADI).
18 representatives from Russia, Ukraine, Germany and Japan attended the conference. 22 papers were delivered: 7 theoretical, 12 experimental research, and 3 on applications. One report included a video on the experimental work by one of the groups.
The Experimental papers delivered have demonstrated further accumulation of new information, increasing in reliability and reproducibility to approach 100% in some experiments. Five reports contained information of reliable detection of Gamma-radiation, three papers concerned mass-spectrometric data showing nuclear transmutation, and two referred to detection of neutrons. Six authors who stated 100% reproducibility of the effects detected are Bazhutov, Kanarev, Karabut, Savvatimova, Notoya, and Koldomasov.
Participants of the conference agreed unanimously about the necessity of investigations confirmed by 100% reproducibility of results. They agreed about the expediency of developing reliable demonstrations with a perspective to their applied utilization both in energies and for initiation of cheap nuclear transmutation technologies.
The co-chairmen were Academician V.E. Kazarinov and Professor Yu.N. Bazhutov. The next RCCNT-7 is to take place in May 1999.
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