I created this thread to allow discussion of this interesting New paper about low energy fusion of DD in solids , it used Mo and Pd. Thanks to Ahlfors for letting us have a copy of it.
Low‐energy nuclear fusion reactions in solids: Experiments
Replicable experimental results about low‐energy nuclear fusion reactions based on initially reacting deuterium nuclei giving cold nuclear fusion synthesis of helium (both isotopes 3He and 4He) and energy release as final products are reported in this article. These final products are results of interaction of deuterium with the solids in experimental system including two specimens: molybdenum metal and palladium nanowires. Experimental proofs about cold nuclear fusion synthesis of both 3He and 4He are provided. It reported a correlation between concentration of the generated helium and the measured temperature of the sample holder. It is found that the concentrations of both 3He and 4He increase with increase of the kinetic energies of the interacting deuterium nuclei and also with increase of the temperature of the sample holder.
Is stated that the experimental data is available upon request to the researcher, the article is not open acces, tho, and the abstract is scant on values. There’s only one image associated available to download (attached below).
Edit to add: as it has become clear that Dimiter Alexandrov is a member of the CleanMHE project, and as other developments are taking place, I have decided to rename the thread and use it as a place to discuss all incoming publications and news coming from that project, as it seems it’s going to be very productive.
Interesting that this researcher claims high reproducibility and production of Helium 3 and Helium 4.