Nuclear and Atomic Physics


A Qualitative Analysis of Isotopic Changes Reported in LENR Experiments

Authors: Eric Walker

A few patterns are identified in the isotopic changes seen in LENR experiments. These patterns are shown to be consistent with the parallel operation of several related processes: α decay, α capture, fragmentation of heavier nuclides following upon α capture, and β decay/electron capture. The results of several researchers working in the field are examined in the light of these processes. The analysis developed here is then applied to the 2014 report by Levi et al. on the test of Andrea Rossi’s E-Cat in Lugano, Switzerland, whose fuel and ash assays are found to be broadly consistent with the isotope studies. The different processes are seen, then, to operate in systems making use of palladium, nickel, electrolysis, gas diffusion and glow discharge. A suggestion is made as to what might be inducing these decays and capture and fragmentation reactions.

Comments: 17 Pages. Addition of earlier references and copy-editing for clarity

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[v1] 2015-12-10 08:56:57
[v2] 2015-12-29 23:58:38

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