- from http://www.ecatplanet.net/forumdispl...e-Nuclear-Fuel Documented evidence for thermal energy observation in nickel and hydrogen, in 1959. This excerptMessage 1 of 256 , Dec 30, 2011View Sourcefrom http://www.ecatplanet.net/forumdispl...e-Nuclear-Fuel
Documented evidence for thermal energy observation
in nickel and hydrogen, in 1959.
This excerpt from Journal of American Chemical
Society, 81,5032 (1959). Research by R.J.Kokes,
and P.H. Anderson. They were studying adsorption
of hydrogen on Raney nickel and observed "strange
feature of exothermic reaction". Perhaps if they
had done an elemental analysis or calorimetry
analysis they would have found thermal energy
generation in excess of any possible physical
chemistry reaction ( that is, a nuclear
reaction), but no one can fault them, in 1959, for
not doing an elemental analysis of the nickel
after the exothermic reactions. What they observed
predated the Piantelli work by 30 years, and the
Rossi catalyst by over 50 years.
Raney nickel can be made from nickel/magnesium
alloy, with other elements added before leaching
of the alloy to promote catalytic activity. That
leaves residue magnesium in the Raney nickel, and
can contain promoter elements like copper,
strontium, and so on, depending on the initial
alloy composition before leaching.
Here is the procedure for Raney nickel synthesis,
using aluminum as the leach element. It would need
to be adapted for use with magnesium to make the
volume of catalyst required for megawatt reactors.
- TYVM! ... -- Owen Abrey TYVM! On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 9:09 PM, Dennis Brown wrote: I use the Chrome browser. It translates the pageMessage 256 of 256 , Feb 4, 2012View SourceTYVM!On Thu, Feb 2, 2012 at 9:09 PM, Dennis Brown <see3d@...> wrote:
I use the Chrome browser. It translates the page to English for me automatically.~DennisOn Feb 2, 2012, at 8:24 PM, Owen Abrey wrote:--
There wouldn't be an engish version of that link...2012/1/29 Janne Ström <jajo_68@...>Ive heard it many times, Rossi says only pico grams of Hydrogen is used.
F H-C You can forget about hydrogen as fuel, it doest work that way, its not Brillion energy
Date: Sun, 29 Jan 2012 14:18:48 +0000
Subject: Re : [H-Ni_Fusion] Re: Transmutation
So dietmar, According this NASA document : "Approximately 1 mole of hydrogen atoms is consumed per day" in Rossi reactorDidnt you say in a previous message that Rossi always says that "one picogram of hydrogen was consummed in 6 monthes" ?Could you remind us at least one reference where Rossi says that?F H-C
De : Dietmar <dietmar.stoelting@...>
À : H-Ni_Fusion@yahoogroups.com
Envoyé le : Dimanche 29 janvier 2012 13h58
Objet : [H-Ni_Fusion] Re: Transmutation