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Wikiversity/Cold fusion/History/Cincinnati Group
- The Cincinnati Group Discloses Its Radioactivity Remediation Protocol... (and begins to Sell LENTTM</small> (Low Energy Nuclear Transmutation) kits, Eugene Mallove, Infinite Energy 13-14 March - June 1997.
- Operating the LENT-1 transmutation reactor, a preliminary report, by Hal Fox and Shang-Xian Jin, Infinite Energy 15-16, July - November 1997. Supertitle: Cincinnati Group Radioactivity Remediation Work Reproduced.
- A Body of Evidence in Support of LENT (Low Eenery Nuclear Tansmutation) [sic] News Release, The Cincinnati Group, December 31,1997, published in Infinite Energy 17, December 1997 - January 1998. Supertitle: Cincinnati Group Radioactivity Remediation Work Reproduced Again ..and more....
- LENT-1 ordering information. The page is a subpage of Institute for New Energy, a set of links to INE pages, some are live. Padrak.com appears to be a project of Patrick G. Bailey, INE President.
- The Asti Cold Fusion Workshop: A Pilot for ICCF-7?, Peter Glück, Infinite Energy 17, December 1997-January 1998
- “Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum” has to be applied. CF is progressing through some leading, creative groups. The Cincinnati Group is one of these and it was at Asti. It has shown us some very valuable and interesting things. We regretted the absence of the president of Trenergy, Inc. (Hal Fox) who intended to speak about plasma-injected transmutation. A strongly polarized field----good perspectives for LENR/LENT as concluded from the paper of George Miley and the results of the Cincinnati Group near Mike McKubre's unforgettable lecture concerning the tremendous difficulties inherent to the classical Pd/D2O cell and near the NHE papers.
- "Preliminary results with 'Cincinnati Group Cell' on Thorium 'Transmutation' Under 50 Hz AC Excitation," F. Celani, M. Achilli, A. Battaglia, C. Cattaneo, C. Buzzanca, P.G. Sona, A. Mancini, Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Cold Fusion (ICCF-7), April 19-24, 1998, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, pp. 56-67.
- Key Experiments That Substantiate Cold Fusion Phenomena, Eugene Mallove, Infinite Energy (undated, appears to be updated currently) has this summary:
- We give the procedure and the results of experiments performed with a standard "Cincinnati Group Cell," aimed to observe possible "transmutation" of Th in other elements via an AC electrolytic process. Three techniques have been used to avoid bias due to spurious effects: a-radiometry, ICP/MS and ICP/optical, looking at difference between initial and final solution and between blank (no Th) and "black (with Th) processed solutions. We found a deficit of Th after processing and new elements produced. The results are still not conclusive on transmutation and we discuss arguments in favor and against the transmutation hypothesis. We clarify the critical points of the measurement techniques, adding some suggestions to improve the reliability of results in future measurements.
- Cited in Cold Fusion, An Objective Assessment Edmund Storms, 12/16/01, lenr-canr.org, as 
- Transmutation reactions have been reported to occur in all environments to which the CANR process has been applied. The easiest method involves creating a plasma under water. This can be done by applying sufficient voltage (up to 150 V) to form an arc between two carbon rods immersed in an electrolyte containing various salts dissolved in water [122-124]. The method is reported to generate a magnetic precipitate in addition to various elements and is easy to duplicate. A tungsten electrode can also be used[125-127] or the discharge can be made to occur in a cell made of zirconium[128, 129]. Each has been reported to generate elements not previously detected in the materials, sometimes with abnormal isotopic abundance.
- Before Going to Salt Lake city, Ludwik Kowalski, February 14, 2003. Covers the claims of Hal Fox and Shang Xian Jin.
- Experiment in which I participated, Ludwik Kowalski, March 6, 2003. Reviews this work. There is information, added in 2008, about testing, from an anonymized source, explaining a possible artifact.
- Operating the LENT-1 Reactor: A Preliminary Report,, H. Fox and A.X. Jin, Journal of New Energy, Vol 2, No. 2 (1997), p. 110-118. (Same paper as Infinite Energy publication, above.)
- Do thorium daughter products explain LENT-1 experiments?, Hal Fox, Journal of New Energy, Vol 2, No. 3/4, p. 20.
- Low-energy nuclear reactions and high-density charge clusters, Hal Fox and Shang Xian Jin, Journal of New Energy, Vol. 3, No. 2/3 (1998), p 56-67