Synthestech had such a successful ICO, they decided to start building a lab:
News of the project “Synthestech”. We are building our center.
Temporarily we provide discount for STT tokens.
As it was previously reported,…
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@lobseRvable: Where are you seeing that? I see from Alain's Google translate, that the deduction is that the temperature likely reached the 1455 C , melting point of nickel, which the text suggests could be due to "self…
A followup apparently:
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Edison did not do a good job running a laboratory. He was able to run the small lab at Menlo Park, but not the expanded one at West Orange. Quoting the Conot biography:
Edison's laboratory staff had mushroomed to 120 employees -- a veritable cuckoo's…
Patents for me are good to start proposing to share all patents with a competitor.
Note that IH patents are not made on the core reaction but on smart tricks of engineers for details...
What I like in those patents is they patent useful tricks to deign a reactor, not a reactor.
as if you patent an electronic injection, or speed limiter.
Moreover unlike most LENR patents, I can understand them., and even guess who the LENR reactor is…
Liked Shane D.’s post in the thread New USPTO Patent Applications from Industrial Heat.Like (Post)(Quote from Ahlfors)
Our Dewey has his name on a patent application! It replaces the provisional they submitted in June 2016, so not much new there, but hey...it is a start. Go IH
Trademarks, filing date 2018-06-20
Liked Ahlfors’s post in the thread New USPTO Patent Applications from Industrial Heat.Like (Post)Applications, NC style with DW contribute
Fair use of a patent is to protect your ability to use the technology without a troll running behind you, and to be able to negotiate a patent cross-use with competitors...
More deterrence than weapon.
For gentlemen only.
Liked Cydonia’s post in the thread New USPTO Patent Applications from Industrial Heat.Like (Post)(Quote from AlainCo)
i'm not sure about your relation/understanding between " symptom of something that works" and high COP.
All of ways shared here are in relation with things already understood by everybody.
However, as you suggest, it's…
It seems great news and symptom of something that works.
seems to imply they work on a reactor where discharge is used to help:
it seems they work on Pd and Ni , with gold…
Liked Lou Pagnucco’s post in the thread New USPTO Patent Applications from Industrial Heat.Like (Post)U.S. Patent Application 20180193816 -- July 12, 2018
DESIGNS OF EXOTHERMIC REACTORS
ABSTRACT: An exothermic reaction chamber includes at least one of an annular sleeve hosting a hydrogen-absorbing metal, and an electrode having either an outer…
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Back, with sunburn to show for it.
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Cold fusion researchers cannot even organize a walk in the park without someone wandering off, causing a commotion and precipitating a National Park Service search and rescue…
This material seems also be very interesting to store hydrogen in an atomic form!
Palladium deposited on nickel has attracted a lot of attention lately. Mizuno and others reported it works well. At ICCF21, Takahashi reported that Pd on Ni works much better than Pd by itself.
Maybe an interesting article on hydrogen in Pd and influence of gold alloying.
Gold plating seems important in some expertyiments. i remember of Dennis Letts about that.
Materials that absorb hydrogen are used for hydrogen storage and purification,…
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Not quite correct. The intention was to show that once an energetic process like the thermite reaction begins (at quite a high temperature) then it is impossible to control the reaction rate. This is because heat cannot escape the body…