US Navy (SPAWAR)/Global Energy Corporation/LENR

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    From July 2021

    Phillip J. Smith, Robert C. Hendricks, and Bruce M. Steinetz

    Glenn Research Center, Cleveland, Ohio


    "Electrolytic Co-deposition

    Neutron Production Evaluation"


    Electrolytic Co-deposition Neutron Production Evaluation - NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS)


    The authors gratefully acknowledge the assistance of many people that supported this effort. For codeposition protocol and methodology consultation: Mr. Lawrence Forsley and Dr. Pamela Mosier-Boss; technical support during testing: Mr. Kevin Prokopius; and statistical support and consultation: Dr. Christopher Daniels. We are also grateful for

    Dr. Vadim Lvovich (NASA Glenn) for valuable comments on the manuscript; Ms. Laura Becker’s patient editorial attention, and Ms. Lorie Passe’s careful manuscript preparation. Funding for this work was provided by NASA Headquarters Planetary Sciences Division, Science Mission Directorate.


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