N through S
Below are selected references (through 1999) that may assist in
conducting research on the subject of cold fusion and new energy
technologies. This collection, while extensive, is not comprehensive.
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Listed by alphabetically: [A-G]
Niedra, J.M. and Ira T. Myers, "Replication
of the Apparent Excess Heat Effect in a Light Water-Potassium Carbonate-Nickel
Electrolytic Cell," NASA Technical Memorandum 107167,
February 1996; Reprinted in Infinite Energy, Vol.2, No.7, 1996,
Noninski, V.C. and C.I. Noninski, "Notes on
Two Papers Claiming No Evidence for the Existence of Excess Energy
During the Electrolysis of 0.1 M LiOD/D2O with Palladium Cathodes,"
Fusion Technology, Vol.23, July 1993, pp.474-476.
Notoya, R., "Cold Fusion by Electrolysis in
a Light Water-Potassium Carbonate Solution With a Nickel Electrode,"
Fusion Technol. 24 (1993) 202.
Notoya, R., Y. Noya and T. Ohnishi, "Tritium
Generation and Large Excess Heat Evolution by Electrolysis in Light
and Heavy Water Potassium Carbonate Solutions with Nickel Electrodes,"
Fusion Technology 26 (1994) 179.
Notoya, R., "Alkalai-Hydrogen Cold Fusion Accompanied
by Tritium Production on Nickel," Transactions of Fusion
Technology (Proceedings of ICCF4), Vol.26, 4T, Part 2, December
Okamoto, M., Y. Yoshinaga, M. Aida, and T. Kusunoki,
"Excess Heat Generation, Voltage Deviation, and Neutron Emission
in D2O-LiOD Systems," Proc. ICCF4, Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 6-9,
1993. EPRI TR104188-V2 (1994), p. 3; also in Transactions of
Fusion Technology (Proceedings of ICCF4), Vol.26, 4T, Part 2,
December 1994, 176-179.
Oriani, R. A., J C. Nelson, S. Lee, and J. H. Broadhurst,
Calorimetric Measurements of Excess Power Output During the Cathodic
Charging of Deuterium into Palladium, Fusion Technol. 18
Oriani, R.A., "The Confirmation of Anomalous
Thermal Power Generation from a Proton-Conducting Oxide, "
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Cold Fusion
Ota, K., H. Yoshitake, O. Yamazaki, M. Kuratsuka,
K. Yamaki, K. Ando, Y. Iida, and N. Kamiya, "Heat Measurement
of Water Electrolysis Using Pd Cathode and the Electrochemistry,"
Proc. ICCF4, Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 6-9, 1993. EPRI TR-104188-V2
(1994), p. 5.
Patterson, James, U.S. Patent #5,672,259, "System
with Electrolytic Cell and Method for Producing Heat and Reducing
Radioactivity of a Radioactive Material by Electrolysis." (September
Patterson, J. "Method for Electrolysis of Water
to Form Metal Hydride," US Patent # 5,318, 675, June 7, 1994
and "System for Electrolysis of Water," US Patent # 5372688;
Other related Patterson patents: US#5,494,559, US#5,036,031, and
US#4,943,355; #5,607,563 "Excess Energy Electrolytic Cell."
Pons, S. and M. Fleischmann, "Heat After Death,"
Proc. ICCF4, Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 6-9, 1993. EPRI TR104188-V2
(1994), p. 8.
Reifenschweiler, Otto, "Reduced Radio-activity
of Tritium in Small Titanium Particles," Physics Letters
A, 184, January 3, 1994, pp.149-153.
Rothwell, Jed, Summary of the Second International
Conference on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions," Infinite Energy,
Vol.2, No.9, 1996, pp.10-18.
Rothwell, J., "Very Hot Cold Fusion: Dr. Mizuno's
Ceramic Proton Conductors," Infinite Energy, Vol.1,
No.1, 1995, pp.14-17.
Rothwell, J. "Highlights of the Fifth International
Conference on Cold Fusion, " Infinite Energy, Vol.1,
No.2, 1995, pp.8-16.
Rothwell, J. "CETI's 1-Kilowatt Cold Fusion
Device Demonstration," Infinite Energy, Vol.1, No.5&6,
Schwinger, Julian (Nobel Laureate), "Cold Fusion:
A Brief History of Mine," Infinite Energy, Vol.1, No.1,
1995, pp.10-13 (published posthumously).
Srinivasan, M. (Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay,
India), "Nuclear Fusion in an Atomic Lattice: Update on the
International Status of Cold Fusion Research," Current Science,
25 April 1991.
Storms, E., (Los Alamos National Laboratory, ret.),
"Review of Experimental Observations About the Cold Fusion
Effect," Fusion Technology, 1991, Vol.20, December,
Storms, E., "Measurements of Excess Heat From
a Pons-Fleischmann Type Electrolytic Cell Using Palladium Sheet,"
Fusion Technol. 23 (1993) 230; And: Storms, E., Proc. ICCF3,
October 21-25, 1992, Nagoya Japan, Frontiers of Cold Fusion,
(H. Ikegami, ed), p. 21.
Storms, E., "The Nature of the Energy-Active
State in Pd-D," Infinite Energy, Vol.1, No.5&6,
Storms, E., "A Study of Those Properties of
Palladium that Influence Excess Energy Production by the 'Pons-Fleischmann'
Effect," Infinite Energy, Vol.2, No.8, 1996, pp.50-57.
Storms, E., "Some Characteristics of Heat Production
Using the 'Cold Fusion' Effect," Proc. ICCF4, Lahaina,
Maui, Dec. 6-9, 1993. EPRI TR-104188-V2 (1994), p 4
Swartz, M. R., "Re-Examination of a Key Cold
Fusion Experiment: 'Phase II' Calorimetry by the MIT Plasma Fusion
Center," Fusion Facts, August 1992, pp.27-40.
Szpak, S., P. A. Mosier-Boss and J. J. Smith, "Reliable
Procedure for the Initiation of the Fleischmann-Pons Effect,"
Proc. of the Second Annual Conference on Cold Fusion, Como,
Italy, June 29óJuly 4, l991,"The Science of Cold Fusion,"
Vol. 33 (T. Bressani,E. Del Giudice and G. Preparata, eds), p. 87.