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    Alan Smith

    What steps or measures are being undertaken to build a watertight data set? Androcles #2 has now been running for a few weeks, I believe; what is currently being studied exactly? What's the general plan about Androcles #3-10?

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    I would guess 86045 comments as of this one I've just written.
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    (Quote from Shane D.)


    If questions are going to be met with vague, conflicting or convoluted answers 'because reasons', it's pointless to even ask. Furthermore, Mark H summarized well what tends to happen by asking too much.

    If I have to regard this…
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    Alan Smith
    I don't want to sound needlessly inquisitive, but Russ George previously reported (elsewhere, not in this thread) that one other fuel mix also produced the gamma emission and that more fuel mixes would be planned over the coming weeks, so I…
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    Alan Smith
    Hopefully more clearly put, which of these cases best represents what the previously quoted statement actually meant?
    1. No garage/amateur replications allowed before this is replicated in the academia.
    2. The academia is already working on it
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    (Quote from Alan Smith)


    Does this mean that efforts are already underway and will get published soon before other people will manage to replicate the experiment or that the latter won't start before this is replicated in academia?
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    (Quote from magicsound)


    I do not have specific knowledge or experience in real-time data plotting, but it seems that the creators of Plotly have created a framework called Dash for interactive graphing which has become relatively popular as of late.

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    Following other comments written elsewhere, it might be worth pointing out once again that this thread is not just original research for LENR replications. For the most part I looked for more detailed studies about the characteristics of these catalysts…
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    axil

    The catalysts used are the same, and so are the methods required to make them work. I could quote Holmlid's words form his papers suggesting exactly the same thing, which I will later in the other thread.

    Bottom line, relating this to the LION…
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    axil
    For what it's worth, as far as I am aware of, Ólafsson and Zeiner-Gundersen use those catalysts below 100-150 °C at most in the apparatus, with no attempt to activate them at higher temperatures before usage. However this isn't the right thread…
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    What's LION's opinion on why it failed to produce the expected results?
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    I don't think Russ George was there in front of Rossi that day.
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    https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/553825/

    In the mid 90s Holmlid et al focused for a while on the practical application of the unexpectedly low work function of Rydberg matter of Cesium, but those efforts didn't end up resulting in actual commercial…
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    (Quote from Ahlfors)


    It got already linked in previous comments here and elsewhere, but I guess it might be useful linking it again more explicitly.

    It's probably also worth pointing out that the patent of this thread is referenced in the paper:


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    For those interested in forming KFeO2 directly by heating in a vacuum instead of calcinating the material ex-situ at 800 °C or above, it might be worth mentioning that Ndlela and Shanks reported in Reduction behavior of potassium-promoted iron oxide
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    axil

    Why you would think that. He's 75 years old. Also (from his latest paper) :




    At least one more paper is planned too;




    if not from him certainly from Sveinn Ólafsson and Sindre Zeiner-Gundersen (the latter, of Norront Fusion Energy) who are…
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    Alan Smith
    So, no electrolysis either? Is it completely unrelated with previous LION variations with electrochemically loaded diapads?

    LION-AG Experiment
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    (Quote from Wyttenbach)


    Since the start of this thread I have been showing sources explaining that the K-Fe2O3 catalysts have to undergo certain transformations in order to efficiently work and form excited atoms in desorption. Fe2O3 isn't very active…
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    Alan Smith
    For the record, the observation was related with this:




    https://www.dropbox.com/sh/sp7…-3-Poster-Pulse+shape.pdf