Clean Nuclear Energy (Ernö Lakatos&al)

• A new website about what looks like a startup/institute/lab in Hungaria, created by Ernö Lakato&al.

His main results seems to be the claimed Microwave induced LENR.
http://www.lenrhun.hu//LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation.pdf

• Very interesting paper! Simple to reproduce if you have access to a XRF analyzer.

It raises me one question about the energy that should have been released in the reaction:
The Pb sample has a volume of 127,4 mm³ = 0.1274 cm³
Density of Pb = 11,35 g/cm³
Weight = 0.127 * 11.35 = 1.44 g
Atomic weight of Pb = 207 g/mol
So there is 7.10-3 mole of Pb (if we take the sample has 100% Pb) This is very conservative as other elements in the sample are lighter.
Energy of transmutation is 0.7 MeV = 67539720 kJ/mol
Total energy released ~471 MJ ?!? in 15 sec
If we take the assumption that only 1% of all the elements are transmuting, it is still 4.7 MJ or 300kW. The video doesn't show that amount of energy released ! This will be in fact a bomb!

This is something that must be clarify by the author

• His main results seems to be the claimed Microwave induced LENR.
lenrhun.hu//LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation.pdf

They already removed You paper... thats a new record!

http://www.lenrhun.hu//LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation.pdf

or just search lenrhun.hu. It's still there.

I suspect that the website doesn't like direct linking from here for some strange reason.

The post was edited 1 time, last by Alan Smith ().

• that is not their fault. the forum treat badly URL with space (% 20 ) inside. I have to declare explicitly an URL. I corrected

see the differences:
just pasted URL
http://www.lenrhun.hu//LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation.pdf
pasted then linked with the URL
http://www.lenrhun.hu//LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation.pdf

• Peter Gluck have published an interview of Ernö Lakato
http://egooutpeters.blogspot.f…rview-with-lenrhunhu.html

• Peter Gluck has published a link to what I believe to be a new paper by Lakatos --

"Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation in Compact Flourescent Lamps"
http://www.lenrhun.hu/LenrDocus/Microwave Induced Nuclear Transmutation in Compact Flourescent Lamps.pdf

It would be interesting to know whether there is any sign of "left-over" long-lived isotope decays - as in the Sternglass experiment, and also whether absorption/contamination by the glass tube can be ruled out - for example, see --

"Mass-independent fractionation of mercury isotopes in compact fluorescent light bulbs"