nkodama-Cold Fusion and FPE mechanism from MIZUNO REPLICATION AND MATERIALS
it is important to understand the mechanism of Cold Fusion.
The Cold fusion is the surface reaction and so the control of the metal surface potential is important.
D- and D+ attract and join to be D2 molecules at the surface T site.
So the metal surface must be positive to deplete the free electron around the surface region.
So the metal surface potential control to be positive
"In the upcoming ICCF22 conference, Tadahiko Mizuno will report increased excess heat with nickel mesh coated with palladium.
The results are dramatic, so we decided to upload a preprint of his paper. To understand the calorimetry, you have to read his ICCF21 paper.
Unfortunately, the ICCF21 Proceedings have not yet been published. So I decided to upload preprints of both papers:
ICCF21: Mizuno, T. and J. Rothwell, Excess Heat from Palladium Deposited on Nickel (preprint). J. Condensed Matter Nucl. Sci., 2019. 29
We have developed an improved method of producing excess heat with nickel mesh coated
with palladium. The new method produces higher power, a larger output to input ratio, and it
can be controlled effectively. With 50 W of input, it produces ~250 W of excess heat, and
with 300 W it produces ~2 to 3 kW. This paper is a comprehensive description of the
apparatus, the reactant, and the method. We hope this paper will allow others to replicate the
The excess heat generation can be larger by increasing the surface area where the cold fusion occurs.
So the metal mesh is promising compared with Nano-powder.
Materials: Reactant Nickel Mesh, and R20 Reactor