Yokose et al. report 3 kW peak power from Cu-Ni-ZrO composite

  • Sorry.. they used different techniques for the spin assignments and the lifetimes...only 9 results for the former and 11 for the latter.


    The problem is the data is not replicated ...there are too many isotopes ..too few measurers.. perhaps Wyttenbach with the help of other mathematicians

    will come up with a method of accurately predicting "gamma" quantum quantised states and probabilities.

    I think the 4D gamma states="orbits" of Wyttenbach are interesting..but also challenging

  • In-situ XRD and XAFS Analyses for Metal Nanocomposites Used in Anomalous Heat Generation Experiments,2018

    Hioki et al

    "It was inferred that nano-scale Ni-Pd alloy particles
    enhance kinematics of hydrogen absorption and desorption of NiZr2

    which have high hydrogen storage capacity.

    The remarkable AHE observed in PNZ6 may be correlated

    with such complex structure of nanoscale Ni-Pd alloy particles

    dispersed in mixed matrix of highly hydrogen absorptive NiZr2

    and hydrogen inactive ZrO2.


  • very important isotope in nickel system is Ni63 (lasts 100yr)

    Ni62 +n --------> Ni63

    however it may not last so long in magnetic environment

    because B- decay to Cu63 may speedup.

    The SIMs isotope detection system does not distinguish between Pd107 and Ag107,

    because they have the same mass.(Biberian 2018 video)

    In the Rossi nickel reactor " Cu63" and "Cu65" isotopes were said to increase. This was hearsay?.

    But for Violante et al 2003 the increase was well-documented.

    "Violante, V & Mazzitelli, G & Capobianco, L & Mckubre, Michael & Tanzella, Francis & Sarto,Francesca & Santoro, Emilio & Sibilia, C. (2005).

    "Search for Nuclear Ashes in Electrochemical Experiments".


    These "Cu63/cu65" peaks may indicate Ni 63 and Ni 65 isotopes

    formed by simple neutron capture from stable Ni-62 and Ni-64 .

    Both Ni 63 and Ni 65 have metastable forms., which are important for

    Wyttenbach's emergent mechanism of energy transfer in LENR.

    Cu63 and Cu65 have no metastable forms.

    The SIMS can not distinguish between copper and nickel of same mass,

    Perhaps I should ask Michael?

  • What I found interesting in this study by Hioki et al is the simultaneous presence of a crystalline phase of a metal alloy and of a metal oxide (though amorphous ZrO2 may still dominate). It is known that the desorbtion of H out of a metal oxide leads to excited states of H that can then form clusters at the surface of a metal. A nice continuation of the work by Iwamura who was using alternate layers of CaO and Pd to get radiations, transmutations and excess heat.

    That said, I disagree with the assertion that ZrO2 is "H-inactive". On the contrary, it is known that H can diffuse through Zr oxides layers, with some diffusion processes being actually quite complex.