After 1 year of negative results with NiH experimenst, the author will continue to publish his efforts in 2018.
In 2017, the Cold Fusion Laboratory conducted dozens of nickel-lithium aluminum hydride cold fusion experiments. Experiments used different sizes of nickel powder, including nanoscale (different nanometer size), micron (reduced nickel powder, carbonyl). For nickel powder, the expected hyperthermia did not appear in the experiment.
After more than one year of experimentation, the author did not find any obvious superheating phenomenon in the nickel-metal hydride reaction (more than 5% can be regarded as apparent overheating), which is basically consistent with the results of most nickel-hydrogen hydrogen fusion experiments in the world. . In the spirit of objectivity, rationality, and research, the author started a new round of nickel-metal hydride fusion experiments in 2018, and I will publish the results in a timely manner if there is any progress. Ni-H2 cold fusion technology has broad application prospects, but the road to implementation is not smooth.