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Table of Contents

The Sixth International Conference on Cold Fusion
PROGRESS IN NEW HYDROGEN ENERGY
Edited by Makoto OKAMOTO
October 13-18, 1996
JAPAN
Published by:
New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization
The Institute of Applied Energy
Supported by:
The Agency of Natural Resources and Energy of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry
Volume 1
Fundamental Session
Helium and Heat Correlation
X-Ray, Heat Excess and 4He in the Electrochemical Confinement of Deuterium in Palladium
Gozzi, D. (Italy) Lead Author was F. Cellucci
3
Mass Spectroscopic Search for Helium in Effluent Gas and Palladium Cathodes of D20 Electrolysis Cells involving Excess Power
Isagawa, S. (Japan)
12
Heat and Helium Measurements using Palladium and Palladium Alloys in Heavy Water
Miles, M. H. (U.S.A.)
20
Measurements of 4He Production from D2 Gas-Loaded Pd Sample
Botta, E. (Italy)
29
Study of Excess Heat and Nuclear Products with closed D20 Electrolysis System
Yasuda, K. (Japan)
36
NHE Session
Excess Heat in Fuel Cell Type Cells from Pure Pd Cathodes Annealed at High Temperatures
Kamimura, H. (Japan)
45
Development and Experiments on a Flow Calorimetry System
Kubota, A. (Japan)
52
Study of Material Processing and Treatment for High Deuterium-Loading
Senjuh, T. (Japan)
59
Material Behavior of Highly Deuterium Loaded Palladium by Electrolysis
Asami, N. (Japan)
67
New Hydrogen Energy Research at SRI
McKubre, M. C. H. (U.S.A.)
75
Excess Heat
Results of ICARUS 9 Experiments Run at IMRA Europe
Pons, S. (France)
85
New Kinds of Electrolytic Regimes and Geometrical Configurations to Obtain Anomalous Results in Pd(M)-D Systems
Celani, F. (Italy)
93
Some Thoughts on the Nature of the Nuclear-Active Regions in Palladium
Storms, E. (U.S.A.)
105
Reproduction of Fleischmann and Pons Experiments
Lonchampt, G. (France)
113
Excess Heat Measurement at High Cathode Loading by Deuterium during Electrolysis of Heavy Water using Pd Cathode
Nakata, T. (Japan)
121
Achievement of Solid-State Plasma Fusion (“Cold Fusion”)
Arata, Y. (Japan)
129
Everything You Always Wanted to Know about Cold Fusion Calorimetry
Preparata, G. (Italy) •
136
Material Science Studies
Progress Report on the Research Activities on Cold Fusion at ENEA Frascati
De Marco, F. (Italy)
145
Search for Neutron Emissions Induced by Electric Currents and Phase Transitions in Titanium Deuteride Films
Cuevas, F. (Spain)
154
Calorimetric Enthalpies in the ß—Phase Regions of Pd Black-H(D) Systems
Sakamoto, Y. (Japan)
162
Parameters Affecting the Loading of Hydrogen Isotopes into Palladium Cathodes
Tanzella, F. L. (U.S.A.)
171
Sustentation of Higher Deuterium Loading Ratio in Palladium
Terazawa, T. (Japan)
179
Loading Ratio Study in a Gas-Loading System
Bu, F. S. (China)
187
Selection of Palladium Metallurgical Parameters to Achieve Very High Loading Ratios
De Ninno, A. (Italy)
192
A Possible Phase Transition in a Gas-Loading D Pd System
Huang, G. S. (China)
198
Effect of Cold Work of Palladium on Electrolytic Hydrogen Absorption
Kamiya, N. (Japan)
203
Electrochemical Loading of Hydrogen and Deuterium into Palladium and Palladium-Boron Alloys
Miles, M. H. (U.S.A.)
208
In Situ Potentio, Resisto and Dilatometric Measurement of Repeated Hydrogen Absorption in Pd Electrode by Electrochemical Cathodic Loading Method
Numata H. (‘Japan)
213
Quantum Mechanical Description of a Lattice Ion Trap : Deuteron Approaching Mechanism in Condensed Matter
Violante v (Italy)221
221
Observations of Strong Resistivity Reduction in a Palladium Thin Long Wire using UltraHigh Frequency Pulsed Electrolysis at D/Pd> 1
Celani, F. (Italy)
228
In Situ Interferometric Microscopy of Pd Electrode Surface and Calorimetry during Electrolysis of D20 Solution Containing Sulfur Ion
Oyama, N. (Japan)•
234
The Effect of Microstructure on Deuterium Loading in Palladium Cathodes
Dominguez, D. D. (U.S.A.)
239
Surface Composition of Pd Cathodes
Hagans, P. L. (U.S.A.).
249
Nuclear Physics Approach
Reaction Rates of the D + D Reaction in Metal at Very Low Energies
Kasagi, J. (Japan)
259
Optical Theorem Formulation and Nuclear Physics Mechanisms for Gamow Factor Cancellation in Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions
Kim, Y. E. (U.S.A.)
265
Correlation between Behavior of Deuterium in Palladium and Occurrence of Nuclear Reactions Observed by Simultaneous Measurement of Excess Heat and Nuclear Products
Iwamura, Y. (Japan) •
274
Search for Nuclear Reaction Products in Heat-Producing Palladium
Passell, T. O. (U.S.A.)
282
Search for Neutrons Emitted from Sodium Tungsten Bronzes
Aoki, T. (Japan)
300
About Nuclear Coulomb Barrier and the Electron Over-Concentration
Chicea, D. (Romania) 305
305
On the Cold Fusion Miracles
Chen, S. K. (Taiwan)
309
Hidden Results of the Ion Band State Theory
Chubb, S. R. (U.S.A.)
315
A Model for Neutron Emission from Condensed Matter
Tani, T. (Japan)
319
Comment on Exact Upper Bound on Barrier Penetration Probabilities in Many-Body Systems
Kim, Y. E. (U.S.A.)
324
Analysis of the Electrolytic Cold Fusion Experiments on TNCF Model
Kozima, H. (Japan)
327
On the Existence of the Trapped Thermal Neutron in Cold Fusion Materials
Kozima, H. (Japan)
332
The Theory of Bose-Einstein Condensation in Finite System for Explanation of Cold Fusion
Peng, K. (China)
337
The Nuclear Reactions in Condensed Media for Interaction of Charge Particles in Energy Region is Forming by Maximum Elastic Losses
Romodanov, V. A. (Russia)
340
Investigation of Nuclear Emissions in the Process of D(H) Escaping from Deuterized (Hydrogenized) PdO-Pd-PdO and PdO-Pd-Ag Samples
Roussetski, A. S. (Russia)
345
Detection for Nuclear Products in Transport Experiments of Deuterium through Palladium Metals
Shinojima, H. (Japan)
351
Search for Anomalous Nuclear Reactions in PdDx by Detection of Nuclear Products in Vacuum/ Gas System
Taniguchi, M. (Japan)
356
Diagnosis of Neutrons from the Gas Discharge Facility
Wang, (China)
361
Search for Tritium in Pd + D Systems by a Gas Proportional Chamber
Yoshikawa, N. (Japan)
365
Hydrogen Isotope Effect Induced by Neutron Irradiation in PD-LIOD (H) Electrolysis
Oya, Y. (Japan)
370
Deuteron Fusion Experiments in Metal Foils Implanted with Deuteron Beams
Ochiai, K. (Japan)
377
Anomalous Energy Transfer between Nuclei and the Lattice
Hagelstein, P. L. (U.S.A.)
382
Tritium, Neutron, and Radicarbon Registration with the Yusmar Hydrofacility Running
Bazhutov, Y. N. (Russia)
387
Possibility of Radioactive Waste Utilization in terms of the Erzion Model
Bazhutov, Y. N. (Russia)
392
Erzion Model of Catalytic Nuclear Transmutation and its Interpretation of Ball-Lightning and Other Anomalous Geophysical Phenomena
Bazhutov, Y. N. (Russia)
396
Anomalous Phenomena in E < 18KeV Hydrogen Ion Beam Implantation Experiments on Pd and Ti
Wang, T. (China)
401
Interpretation of Excess Energy in terms of Quasi-Atom Multi-Body Model
Wang, T. (China)
405
Observation of Nuclear Products in Gas Release Experiments with Electrochemically Deuterated Palladium
Itoh, T. (Japan)
410
Appendix
Authors’ Index
Volume 2
Excess Energy and Nuclear Products
Radiationless Cold Fusion : Why Small “Crystals” are Better, Ncen Requirement, and Energy Transfer to Lattice
Chubb, T. A. (U.S.A.).
417
Measurements of Excess Heat and Nuclear Products in Pd-D20 System using Twin Open Type Electrolysis Cells
Fukuoka, H. (Japan)
425
Excess Heat Production and Nuclear Ash in PdO/Pd/PdO Heterostructure after Electrochemical Saturation with Deuterium
Lipson, A. G. (Russia)
433
Dynamic Movement of Hydrogen Isotopes in Pulse Mode Electrolysis
Oya, Y. (Japan)
448
Correlation of Excess Heat Generation and Neutron Emission in Pd-LiOD Electrolysis
Ogawa, H. (Japan)
“Excess Heat” Measurement in Gas-Loading D Pd System
Li, X. Z. (China)
455
Excess Heat Registration in High Current Density Glow Discharge with Various Cathode Materials
Karabut, A. (Russia)
463
Registration of High-Energy Products in High Current Density Glow Discharge Karabut, A. (Russia)
Karabut, A. (Russia)
468
Possible Phenomenologycal Model of Initiation of Nuclear Reactions in Solid
Karabut, A. (Russia)
473
Chemical Changes and Excess Heat caused by Electrolysis with H2SO,-D20 Electrolyte
Dash, J. (U.S.A.)
477
From “Cold Fusion” to ”Hydrex” and ”Deutex” States of Hydrogen
Dufour, J. J. (France)
482
Improved, Open Cell, Heat Conduction, Isoperibolic Calorimetry
Miles, M. H. (U.S.A.)
496
Slow Nuclear Excitation Model
Kucherov, Y. (U.S.A.)
502
“Fine Tuning” Mechanism for Resonace Tunneling in D/ Pd Systems
Li, X. Z. (China)
507
Cold Fusion and Electrophysical Processes in Ferroelectric Deuterated Crystals. Influence of Thermal Neutron Background Level, D-H Substitution and Crystal Mass
Lipson, A. G. (Russia)
512
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Electron-Ion Bound State and its Introducing of Nuclear Fusion and Solar Flare
Lu, R. (China)
519
Reply to S. E. Jones and L. D. Hansen Concerning Claims of Miles, et al. in Pons-FleischmannType Cold Fusion Experiments
Miles, M. H. (U.S.A.)
524
Field Screened Long Range Nuclear Reactions by Thermal Protons
Hora, H. (Australia)
529
Heat Measurement During the Electrolysis Using Modified Palladium Cathode
Ota, K. (Japan)
535
Triode Cell Experiments for Controlled Fleischmann/ Pons Effect
Ragland, E. L. (U.S.A.)
540
Anomalous Increase in Excess Heat in Electrolysis of Heavy Water and Light Water for use of Drilled Cathode of Charcoal
Takahashi, R. (Japan)
546
The Relationship of Crystal Structure Transition of Ti-Cathode and “Excess Heat” on Cold Fusion
Zhang, Q. (China)
551
A Confirmation of Anomalous Thermal Power Generation from a Proton Conducting Oxide
Oriani, R. A. (U.S.A.)
557
Solid Protonic Conductors : Conductivity, Structure, Proton Traps, Phase Transitions, Excess Heat and Neutron Anti-Effect
Samgin, A. L. (Russia)
564
X-Ray Diagnosis in Gas Discharge
Chen, S. (China)
571
Transmutation Phenomena in the Palladium Cathode after Ions Irradiation at the Glow Discharge
Savvatimova, I. B. (Russia)
575
Concentrated Energy and Micro Nuclear Fusion
Jiang, X. L. (China)
580
Tritium Generations at Transfusion of Hydrogen Isotops through Target in Plasma of Powerful Glow Discharge
Romodanov, V. A. (Russia)
585
Nuclear Reactions at Effect of Ions Deuterium on Ceramic Materials from Plasmas of Glow Discharge
Romodanov, V. A. (Russia)
590
Energy Generation Processes and Cold Nuclear Fusion in terms of Schrodinger Equation
Sapogin, L. G. (Russia)
595
New Experimental Results and Analysis of Anomalous Phenomenon in Gas Discharge
Zhang, X. W. (China)
600
Structural Changes of Single Crystals in Neutron Generation Experiments
Samgin, A. L. (Russia)
606
Carbon Production on Palladium Point Electrode with Neutron Burst under DC Glow Discharge in Pressurized Deuterium Gas
Yamada, H. (Japan)
610
A Study of the Mechano-Nuclear Interaction using Piezoelectric Material of LiNb03 in Atmosphere : Dependence of D2 Gas Atmospheric Pressure
Utsumi, M. (Japan)
615
“Preliminary Study on Tritium and Elements Transmutation in Water under Simulated Aerospatial Conditions
Liu, C. B. (China)
619
Nuclear Products Associated with the Pons and Fleischmann Effect; Helium Commensurate to Heat Generation, Calorimetry and Radiation
Bush, B. F. (U.S.A.)
622
Special Session
CETI Session
Quantitative Observation of Transmutation Products Occurring in Thin-Film Coated Microspheres During Electrolysis
Miley, G. H. (U.S.A.)
629
Electrochemistry and Calorimetry in a Packed-Bed Flow-Through Electrochemical Cell
McKubre, M. C. H. (U.S.A.)
645
Transmutation
Analysis of Nickel-Hydrogen Isotope System on TNCF Model
Kozima, H. (Japan)
655
Nuclear Transmutation in Cold Fusion Experiments
Kozima, H. (Japan)
660
Isotopic Distribution for the Elements Evolved in Palladium Cathode after Electrolysis in D20 Solution
Mizuno, T. (Japan)
665
Production of Heavy Metal Elements and the Anomalous Surface Structure of the Electrode Produced during the Light Water Electrolysis on Au Electrode
Ohmori, T. (Japan)
670
Nuclear Reaction Caused by Electrolysis in Light and Heavy Water Solutions
Notoya, R. (Japan)
675
The Experimental Discovery of the Phenomenon of Controlling and Changing Probability and Time of Spontaneous Decay and Gamma-Transmutation of Excited Nuclei Statuses
Vysotskii, V. I. (Ukraine)
680
Experimental Discovery of the Phenomenon of Low-Energy Nuclear Transmutation of Isotopes (Mn55 •Fe57) in Growing Biological Cultures
Vysotskii, V. I. (Ukraine)
687
Russian Activities
Cold Fusion Activities in Russia
Tsarev, V. (Russia)
695
Summary
Nuclear Products in Cold Fusion Experiments Comments and Remarks after ICCF-6
Bressani, T. (Italy)
703
Appendix
Authors’ Index
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