subpage of Proceedings

The First Annual Conference on Cold Fusion
Conference Proceedings

March 28-31, 1990
University Park Hotel
Salt Lake City, Utah

Sponsored by the
National Cold Fusion Institute

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The front matter includes a transmittal note from Fritz Will, his Opening Address, the Conference Program (from which the TOC here was prepared, a list of papers in the Proceedings (duplicated here, but the way the author names are presented is different), an index of authors, and a word index.

*Indicates another source, noted and linked with the asterisk. There may be small differences. Pages 70 and 71 were replaced with full pages from the alernate source.

Opening Address
Fritz G. Will, NCFI
Opening Session
Chair: H. Rossi University of Utah/NCFI
Calorimetry of the Palladium-Deuterium Systems
S. Pons and M. Fleischmann, University of Utah/NCFI
Calorimetry and Electrochemistry In the D/Pd System
M.C.H. McKubre, R.C. Rocha-Filho, S. Smedley, F. Tanzella, *J. Chao, *B. Chexal, *T. Passel, and *J. Santucci, Stanford Research Institute, *Electric Power Research Institute
20 *
Anomalous Calorimetric Results During Long-Term Evolution of Deuterium on Palladium from Alkaline Deuteroxide Electrolyte
A.J. Appleby, Y.J. Kim, O.J. Murphy, and S. Srinivasan, Texas A& M University
Initial Calorimetry Experiments in the Physics Division at ORNL (Paper not submitted)
D.P. Hutchinson, C.A. Bennett, R.K. Richards, J. Bullock IV, and G.L. Powell, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Recent Measurements of Excess Energy Production in Electrochemical Cells Containing Heavy Water and Palladium
M. Schreiber, T.M. Gur, G. Lucier, JA Ferrante, J. Chao*, and A.A. Huggins, Stanford University, *Electric Power Research Institute
44 *
Quartz Crystal Microbalance Study of Palladium/Hydrogen Interactions
G.T. Cheek and W.E. O’Grady, Naval Research Laboratories
Investigation of Nuclear Processes In Deuterated Metals (Paper not submitted)
J. Santucci, Electric Power Research Institute
Chair: J. O’M. Bockris, Texas A&M University
Overview of BARC Studies in Cold Fusion (p. 70-71 replaced with copies from *)
P.K. Iyengar and M. Srinivasan, Atomic Energy Commision, Bombay, India
62 *
Experimental Considerations in Electrochemical Isoperibolic Calorimetry
T.M. Gur, M. Schreiber, G. Lucier, JA Ferrante, J. Chao* and RA Huggins, Stanford University, *Electric Power Research Institute
Theoretical Ideas on Cold Fusion
G. Preparata, University of Milan, Italy
Status of Coherent Fusion Theory
P.L. Hagelstein, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Quantum Mechanics of “Cold” and “Not-So-Cold” Fusion
S.R. Chubb and T.A. Chubb, Naval Research Laboratories
Chair: J. Brophy, University of Utah
Nuclear Energy In an Atomic Lattice
J. Schwinger, Nobel Laureate, UCLA
130 *
Chair: R. Huggins, Stanford University
Does Tritium Form at Electrodes by Nuclear Reactions?
J. O’M. Bockrls, G.H. Lin, R.C. Kainthla, N.J .C. Packham, and O. Velev, Texas A&M University
137 *
A Study of Electrolytic Tritium Production
E. Storms and C. Talcott, Los Alamos National Laboratory
149 *
The Initiation of Excess Power and Possible Products of Nuclear Interactions During the Electrolysis of Heavy Water
C.D. Scott, J.E. Mrochek, T.C. Scott, G.E. Michaels, E. Newman, and M. Petek,, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
164 *
Panel Discussion – Thermal Phenomena
F.G. Will , Moderator, J. O’M. Bockris, M. Fleischmann, R. Huggins, M. McKubre, S. Pons, E. Yeager
Chair: H. Menlove, Texas A&M University
Cold Nuclear Fusion in Condensed Matter: Recent Results and Open Questions (Paper not submitted)
S. Jones, Brigham Young University
Search for Nuclear Phenomena by the Interaction between Titanium and Deuterium
F. Scaramuzzl, F. D’Amato, A. DeNinno, P. Zeppa, C. Pontorieri, F. Lanza, ENEA, Rome, Italy
Statistical Analysis of Neutron Emission in Cold Fusion Experiments
M. Srinivasan, A. Shyam, S.B. Degwekar, and L.v. Kulkarni, Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Bombay, India
175 *
The Effect of Velocity Distribution and Electron Screening on Cold Fusion
A.A. Rice, G.S. Chulick, and V.E. Kim, Purdue University
Surface Reaction Mechanism and Lepton Screening for Cold Fusion with Electrolysis
V.E. Kim, Purdue University
On Aspects of Nuclear Products
G.H. Miley, M.H. Ragheb and H. Hora, University of Illinois
Isotopic Mass Shifts in Cathodically-Driven Palladium via Neutron Transfer Suggested by a Transmission Resonance Model to Explicate Enhanced Fusion Phenomena (Hot and Cold) within a Deuterated Matrix
R.T. Bush, California State Polytechnic University
A Zero Gradient Calorimeter for the Measurement of Anomalous Heat from the Electrolysis of Deuterated Metals
L.J. Droege and T.F. Droege, Black Hawk, CO and Batavia, IL
Electric Field Distribution of the Palladium Crystal Lattice
K.J. Bunch and R.W. Grow, University of Utah/NCFI
High-Sensitivity Measurements of Neutron Emission from TI Metal in Pressurized 02 Gas
H. Menlove, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Chair: S. Jones, Brigham Young University
Technical Status of Cold Fusion Results
D. Worledge , EPRI
Chair: M. Fleischmann , University of Utah/NCFI
Tritium Measurements and Deuterium Loading in 020 Electrolysis with a Palladium Cathode
R.R. Adzic, D. Gervasio, I. Bae, B. Cahan and E. Yeager , Case Western Reserve University
261 *
Anomalies in The Surface Analysis of Deuterated Palladium
D. Rolison, W.E. O’Grady, R.J. Doyle, Jr., and P.P. Trzaskoma, Naval Research Laboratory
272 *
Anomalous Effects of Deuterated Metals (Scheduled but not presented)
T. Schneider , EPRI
10:30 Panel Discussion – Nuclear Phenomena
H. Rossi, Moderator , J. O’M. Bockris , S. Jones , T. Schneider , C.D. Scott , E. Storms , N. Hoffman
Chair: E.B. Yeager , Case Western University
On Empirical System ID, Possible External Electromagnetic/Electronuclear Stimulation/Actuation and Automatic Feedback Control of Cold Fusion
R.W. Bass , Thousand Oaks, CA
281 *
An Investigation of Cold Fusion In This Titanium Films (Paper not submitted)
G. Chambers, G. Hubler, and K. Grabowski , Naval Research Laboratory
Reformulation of the Cold Fusion Problem: Heterogeneous Nucleation – A Likely Cause of the Irreproducibility and Intermittency of Cold Fusion Observations
P.H. Handel , University of Missouri
A New Theoretical Model (Nu-Q*) for Rationalizing Various Events of “Cold Fusion” in Deuterium Loaded Palladium Cathodes
G. Andermann , University of Hawaii
Some Observations Related to the Presence of Hydrogen and Deuterium In Palladium
D.R. Coupland, M.l. Doyle, J.W. Jenkins, J.H.F. Notton, R.J. Potter, and D.J. Thompson , Johnson-Matthey Technology Centre
Three Dimensional Computer Simulation of an Isoperibolic Calorimeter for Cold Fusion Experiments
J. Chao*, W. Layman·, C.M. Kang, T.M. GOr, M. Schreiber, R. Huggins, G. Lucier, and J. Ferrante , Stanford University , *Electric Power Research Institute
Chair: F.G. Will , NCFI
Metallurgical Aspects In Cold Fusion Experiments
S. Guruswamy and M.E. Wadsworth , University of Utah/NCFI
314 *
Electrochemical Calorimetric Studies of the Cold Fusion Effect
M.H. Miles, K.H. Park and D.E. Stilwell , Naval Weapons Center
328 *
Thoughts on Warm Fusion vs Cold Fusion
Y,-C, Cheng, W-Y,P, Hwang, and S.N. Yang , National Taiwan University
An Overview of Cold Fusion Phenomena
M. Fleischmann , University of Utah/NCFI
344 *

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