Item description for Condensed Matter Nuclear Science: Proceedings Of The 10th International Conference On Cold Fusion; Royal Sonesta Hotel, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA 21-29 August, 2003 by Peter L. Hagelstein...
This volume is a collection of papers from the Tenth International Conference on Cold Fusion attended by most of the important groups around the world that are active in the field. New results are presented in the area of excess heat production, including observations of excess heat, correlation of excess heat and helium, and laser stimulation of excess heat. Nuclear emissions from metal deuterides are put forth by several groups. Observations of transmutation, including the Iwamura experiment and others, are also discussed. Updates on theoretical efforts from the different groups are included as well.
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Studio: World Scientific Publishing Company
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.8" Width: 6.7" Height: 2.3" Weight: 4.2 lbs.
Release Date Feb 28, 2006
Publisher World Scientific Publishing Company
ISBN 9812565647 ISBN13 9789812565648
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Tenth International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF10) May 9, 2006
This proceedings includes papers that were presented at the 10th International Conference on Cold Fusion held in Cambridge, MA, in August 2003. Following the initial announcements by Martin Fleischmann and Stan Pons in 1989 of an excess heat effect in electrolysis experiments with PdD, both theoretical and experimental work has been pursued by scientists seeking to understand the excess heat and related phenomena. Similarly, following the announcement of Steve Jones of low-level nuclear emissions from TiD, scientists have continued to explore the effect. Recent results in these areas and other areas were reported in more than 90 proceedings papers included in this proceedings. Topics reported on include:  experiments on excess heat, calorimetry, correlation of excess heat and helium, laser-induced excess heat;  tritium production;  transmutation, including elemental and isotopic anomalies, the Iwamura experiment, and other observations;  nuclear emissions from metal deuterides;  theory.
The conference was very strong technically. Because of the success of this conference, DoE conducted a review of cold fusion in 2004.
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