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International Journal of Hydrogen Energy

Highlights

Ground transmutations took place in deuterium gasoline cycling experiments of PdAg tubes.

Zn and Cr no longer recent in PdAg before experiments had been seen on PdAg afterwards.

Abstract

Hydrogen, deuterium, and helium gases had been individually cycled by a Johnson-Matthey purifier containing coiled palladium silver alloy tubing: Pd25Ag (75 wt% Pd and 25 wt% Ag). All the procedure by the cycling of D2 gasoline, evidence of anomalous heat manufacturing used to be seen. Then again, throughout the cycling of H2 and He, puny or no (H2) or no (He) irregular heat occasions had been seen. After cycling the D2 gasoline by the coiled tubing for a couple of months, Pd25Ag samples confirmed a upward thrust in Cu and Fe when put next with the amounts in unexposed Pd25Ag. Chromium, manganese, and zinc had been detected in gasoline-cycled Pd25Ag samples, whereas they weren’t detected in unexposed Pd25Ag samples. Namely, Zn used to be recent in the gasoline-cycled Pd25Ag fabric in elevated quantities than both Cr or Mn. Even supposing a puny quantity of Cu used to be recent in the Pd25Ag coil before the D2 gasoline cycling, 7 times more used to be recent after the cycling. A pair of fabric characterization ways had been historical to plot both pre-test and post-test elemental composition. The outcomes point out that unusual post-test parts, essentially on the ground, had been created by unknown nuclear mechanisms at low vitality.

Key phrases

Deuterium gasoline cycling

Palladium silver alloy

Elemental transmutations

Anomalous heating

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