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    My bad ... you are right this time ;-) He found firstly a decrease of pressure not an increase. But we don't know how the Li was ... I mean alone or with H. From wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lithium_hydride : I quote "
    LiH…
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    All replicators have to test first alone LIH to know how fast its breathes then ONLY adding powders .
    As well as you should know if this behavior remains in relation with standard LIH breathing .. or not.
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    BTE-Dan : This state is transient as the Ni outer shells electrons (10 - 8,2) have many very close intermediate (ds hybridization) states which are stable too. Further on NiH10 would mean that Ni is no longer bound to the…
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    (Quote from Arnaud)

    Dear Arnaud,
    If you increase temperature, yes, Lithium hydride decomposes LiH -> Li+ + H-. Therefore by this way, you should INCREASE pressure by H- releasing then it's the opposite that what has been observed BTE Dan.
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    Yes Can,
    probably the best explanation remains Hydride breathing therefore what saw BTE Dan remains strange too because it was a reverse hydride behavior.
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    Hi BTE Dan,
    Nice to have added pure lithium therefore i don' t understand why so much LAH ? You should do a large dead volume because pressure's reactor remains low if we compare with LAH amount ??
    You said:
    I guess if this hydrogen
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    Nice work ! How was your mix composition ? Rate between each element ? 250w to 600w Is a strong Step..how long you did for this ?
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    Are you sure BTE Can that hydrogen disappeared onto Nickel rather than by LIH recombinaison ? During this phenomenom i suggest you were à little above 950*, right ?
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    Sorry for a slow reply to your email...I personally have never done an analysis of the Parkhomov Ni Powder - thought there are analyses in Parkhomov's own papers I believe. Mine has never performed in any way differently from any other Ni…
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    Hi Alan, Eros,
    To avoid all misunderstanding you can do this type of surface by electron beam sputtering. So here no bubbles no ultrasound.. just special device sets.
    This sample isn't for experiment in relation with ECAT HT…
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    Thanks for links Can,

    Therefore take care because Ferritic structure is ferromagnetic then austenitic structure remains paramagnetic thus always capable to react by a magnetic field to receive Eddy currents.
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    CAN you wrote:
    But also keep in mind that in iron/carbon steel the disappearance of magnetism is related to the appearance of the austenite phase, and viceversa. In other words, an iron-carbon alloy with a lower austenite transition temperature would
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    If Rossi uses Iron ( or cobalt or a mix) then plays between 750° to 950° , it should be ok, no ?
    For my point of view curie point is really a secondary problem if you compare with the need of massive H+.
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    Dear Dewey Weaver,
    I must have been stupid and unfair to you.
    Also, I don't want to explain myself in the case rossi/IH fight and especially do not comment..
    This is why I followed this tedious business from very far.
    Hovewer just 2 questions, Was…
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    Can, Curie temperature has never been a limit for induction therefore above this point we need more power to induce the same level of eddy current.
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    BTE Dan, you wrote:
    No one has created the ultra-detailed procedure for how to build and test a reactor that can be replicated by others. This is the fundamental problem in the LENR field, and it's why most of the scientific community ignores the field.
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    Hi Bob,
    You said:

    There are obscure reports of XH generation is systems with pure Ni (Thermacore, Mizuno, Piantelli, Brillouin). Most of these reports seem to have the XH generated when the H2 pressure is low - below 1 bar absolute pressure (a vacuum),
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    Can I don't quite follow your and David Fojt discussion, but here is my interpretation of the screenshot in your post 

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    Raw Handwritten texts:
    1) Magnetic field 8T (teslas) electricity flowing M (middle?) wire electric wire

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    Ni + LAH Inside porous vessel then pure Li remains outside ?
    When LAH decomposes, both it sticks Ni onto vessel's wall, because this wall is porous.
    H from LAH goes through the wall to react with pure Li .
    Then you decrease T° so pressure LIH(from…
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    Iron core or something as cobalt rod Inside core is the same..
    Therefore information we have to remember that nothing should happen in the bulk of powder rather something very close to the wall ( EM coupling + traps..)