The Final Result of “E-capture” (Gerhard Hunf)

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The final result of “e-capture”

The direct result of an “e-capture” is an “element shift”. The reason for this is the conversion of a nuclear proton into a neutron. This process is always endothermic (+ Δm). Examples for this are:

Hydrogen to the neutron; Nickel to cobalt; Cobalt to iron, to name only a few. These conversions will confirmed by analysis of fuel / ash.

If there is hydrogen part of the matrix, we will take into account a follow-up action, namely the “n-capture” of the free neutrons formed from hydrogen. This results in an “isotope shift”. This process is always exothermic (-Δm). Examples for this are:

Hydrogen to deuterium, deuterium to tritium …; Nickel 58 to nickel 60, nickel 60 to nickel 62 These conversions can be confirmed by ICP-MS analyzes by fuel / ash.

Finally, there is the possibility of the decay of unstable isotopes

By the way, these are not new ideas. The “e-capture / n-capture” mechanism as a basis for the so-called “cold fusion” I represent publicly – for everyone visible – since the year 2001

http://www.google.com/patents/DE10109973A1?cl=en

3 Replies to “The Final Result of “E-capture” (Gerhard Hunf)”

  1. The e-capture has been described by many others like Widom and Larsen. Rossi thinks it is not the e-cap process but a fusion of Li-p. I am not sure the latter requires more energy than e-cap, because according Prof. Cook some quantum situations of Li require not so much energy to fuse. In all cases there is a lot of energy needed to start the process and the question is where that comes from. Once the process is started there is enough energy to continue.

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