|Dec5-11, 05:04 PM||#1|
ultra low momentum neutron
Eur. Phys. J. C (2006)
THE EUROPEAN PHYSICAL JOURNAL C
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1140/epjc/s2006-02479-8
Ultra low momentum neutron catalyzed nuclear reactions on metallic hydride surfaces
A. Widom 1, L. Larsen 2
1 Physics Department, Northeastern University, 110 Forsyth Street, Boston MA 02115, USA
2 Lattice Energy LLC, 175 North Harbor Drive, Chicago IL 60601, USA
Can anyone comment of this peer reviewed journal article?
|Dec5-11, 06:30 PM||#2|
The comment is "yawn". It's a hand-wavy calculation that the rest of the community didn't find interesting. Nine cites, seven of them self-cites, and two by Cold Fusioners with an axe to grid. Yawn.
|Aug15-12, 02:23 PM||#3|
I have been reading about this lately. It's quite interesting. The process is not fusion at all, but purely a weak force interaction. The 2004 DOE review of LENR certainly supported the idea that no strong force interactions were taking place.
The theory has been gaining ground lately. I think once people admit that fusion is not taking place, it is possible to move on with the science.
NASA is currently trying to confirm some aspects of the theory:
Also, there was a meeting at CERN about it this year:
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