I just fall on that article on chinese LENR site.
It seems to announce the publication of a LENR patent
Nuclear physicist Professor Lin Xidan disclose their cold fusion patents
Source: China Patent Office Comments:
Professor Lin Xidan for our nuclear physics expert, Professor of Shenyang University of Technology, Master of PLA University tutor, the General Staff of Shenyang postdoctoral mentor, July 29 China Patent discloses one of his cold fusion patents.
Technology Digest News in March 2014 published an article about my nuclear physicist Forest Creek stone an article named: T particles of secret research to explore the fusion at room temperature.
Professor Lin article describes an experiment a few years ago had accidentally discovered a strange phenomenon, that is the appropriate concentration of the water in the electric field irradiation of certain frequency will generate heat. With a keen scientific mind, he immediately realized that this is likely to be a new physical phenomenon, immediately seized on the decision to identify the components of this bucket of seawater. However, the first major result of this work done by an assistant, so little progress in two years time.
Professor Lin Xidan decided to get involved, he first uses electro-osmosis Hsi-law, the main ingredient in fresh seawater separated, and then the water is removed by distillation in a larger proportion of salts and sodium ion, magnesium ion, etc., and the rest dope active particles found quite unknown composition. Professor Lin tentatively named these particles T particles.
Lin and the research team that this abnormal heat from cold fusion, he April 29 this year to the Chinese Patent Office to apply for a program called: cold fusion reaction patented device. At present, the public has been waiting for reexamination of the patent, if passed, will be the first cold fusion technology patents in China.
If some chinese reader could explain more what is that patent?