Low Temperature Catalysis of Nuclear Reactions (Vladimir Dubinko)

The following paper has been submitted by by Vladimir Dubinko, of the National Science Center “Kharkov Institute of Physics and Technology” (NSC KIPT) in Karkhov Ukraine.

http://www.e-catworld.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/Low-T-catalysis-of-LENR.pdf

  • Alan DeAngelis

    The assumption is that D-D fusion is taking place but we can’t ignore the elephant in the room, the Mitsubishi transmutations that
    indicate that reactions between deuterium and heavier elements (with even larger Coulomb barriers) are taking place in LENR.
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-iNy47-PKxoQ/T2ziOYJ2RvI/AAAAAAAASLo/OcvAZx1OnVo/s1600/LENRJapantransmute.png

    • Alan DeAngelis

      PS
      I can’t think very quantitatively this morning but the
      Coulomb barriers between metal hydrides (and deuterides) D~~M~~D, a three bodied system could behave quit different from a two bodied system.

      Notice that in the Mitsubishi transmutations even numbers of deuterons are being consumed in the reactions. http://demonstrations.wolfram.com/CoulombsLawForThreeAlignedCharges/

      • Alan DeAngelis

        PPS
        I should say n-bodied systems.
        And I know that cesium has a valance of 1+ but on its way to Pr there may be some sort of concerted reaction that goes through an element with a valance of 2+ (like Ba++).

        • Alan DeAngelis

          Finally,

          D~~Pd~~D > Cd* > Pd + He

          24 MeV of kinetic energy without gamma rays.

          Ok, time for me to shut up.

      • Alan DeAngelis

        …behave quit differently..

  • Alan DeAngelis

    Here is the first synthesis of tritium by
    Marcus Laurence Elwin Oliphant:

    Transmutation Effects observed with Heavy Hydrogen
    Nature March 17, 1934, 133, p. 413
    http://www.chemteam.info/Chem-History/Rutherford-1934a/Rutherford-1934a.html

    PS
    Diplon is deuterium.

  • Zephir

    The LENR was often observed during bombardement of deuterium (or possibly protium) plasma. The story goes, that piece of palladium, which served as an anode inside of deuterium lamp did start to glow even after shutting off the discharge.

  • Stephen

    I wonder if an electron beam in the of a few 100s keV, would generate broad x-Ray bremsstrahlung radiation Spectrum with peak value 100 or so keV peak.

    Then perhaps if certain nucleus energy levels with right spin and parity fall within that spectrum if they would absorbe those frequencies. Then perhaps radiate in smaller cascade transitions at lower energy frequencies.

    If so maybe we would see absorption lines in the spectrum at certain frequencies and and emission lines at different lower frequencies.

    If Norman Cook is right about higher energy transition resonances with the extended Mossbauer effect could they also be stimulated from bremstrahlung radiation at these frequencies? Then cascade at lower frequency emissions. If so then maybe we would see absorption lines and emission lines over a broader range of frequencies.

    It might be interesting to look at gamma and x-Ray spectra from these tests and replications to see if we see this effect. It would need to be verified that any apparent absorption and emission is above that that is attributed to noise. And also that they matched known valid transitions in the nucleus.

    If so maybe it would show a coupling between either thermal electrons or electron beams and excitation of the nucleus without high energy gamma.

    • Job001

      No gamma rays have nor will be found given the protons and deuterons are part of the metal lattice which favors multi source lattice heat release rather than specific high energy radiance as contrasted or is found in hot fusion isolated atoms in a plasma.
      Such monitoring has been reported extensively. Obviously radiation monitoring has not been neglected by these intelligent scientists.

      • Stephen

        Hi Job001 maybe you miss read my post? I wasn’t suggesting that high energy gamma was produced. More that maybe certain frequencies may be absorbed by the nucleus energy transitions from the X- Ray bremstrahlung radiation. The bremstrahlung radiation is that generated by the electron beam. I did mention some low energy gamma may possibly be radiated at lower non ionising gamma frequencies similar at frequencies similar to x- Ray’s. My understanding is this kind of radiation has in fact been observed in a number of experiments others have suggested that this low energy radiation is converted to heat when the device is working correctly.

  • Mats002

    Looks like we have yet another successful Rossi/Parkhomov like replication by s_gray, see: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Thread/2760-Successful-replication-of-Alexander-Parkhomov/?postID=13375#post13375

  • Fedir Mykhaylov

    The positive effect of high temperature on LENR reaction may explain the formation of vacancies in the crystal structure of nickel. Some theorists associated with LENR reaction surface plasmons.

  • Jim Pelsor

    yes,
    An interesting hypothesis providing the basis for a grant proposal request.

  • Gerard McEk

    It is an interesting artickel and I would surely like to know if Vladimir is right. At the same time I wonder if his theories are right, because temperature seems to have a positive effect to trigger and enhance the LENR effect.
    He is asking for money to use the Elias accelerator it seems?

    • Alan Smith

      Hi Gerard. Bright guy is Vladimir. He has been working on the idea that heat is not the only trigger for LENR for some time. After all, if we accept the evidence for LENR in living systems like algae etc, then it can by definition happen at room temperature – or in Vladimir’s at cryo temperatures.