Britz cold fusion bibliography

The Britz cold fusion bibliography and brief review site has been, with permission, mirrored here.

Access to the Britz collection is available to selected researchers. The research group may be joined by request on this page. Skeptics are not only welcome but very much invited. Skepticism with cold fusion is quite normal. It can shade into pseudoskepticism, as is well known to occur with any topic that might otherwise be called “emerging science,” but we all can be attached to existing belief.

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This is as the site was a few days ago, Dieter has made a few changes which will be copied here. The plan is to integrate this with the main WordPress installation here, so this access is temporary. There were difficulties with running the HTML importer.

The original site location wass

That is now removed, Dieter’s home page is and there are contact details if anyone needs to reach Dr. Britz.

Dieter is a skeptical or neutral electrochemist who listed papers and books based on being in journals or peer-reviewed sources or equivalent. He did not include the specialty journal JCMNS. He wrote brief summaries of each document.

The plan here is to expand this as a selectable subset of a full archive and research resource, with links to actual journal publications and readily accessible copies, or, in some cases, local copies, where legal.

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