Pd/D Calorimetry - The Key to the F/P Effect and a Challenge to Sciencw
Hansen, Wilford N.
Melich, Michael E.
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The main issue before this conference can be stated as a simple question: Question #1: Can large amounts of heat be generated at a significant rate by Pd/D interaction as announced by Fleischmann and Pons? By now there have been many experimental results claiming to answer "yes" and which force us to take that possibility very seriously. As used here the "large amounts" are much larger than can possibly be explained by chemistry or metallurgy as known today. Up to now the only practical way of answering this question is by Pd/D calorimetry. That being so, a second question naturally follows. Question #2: Are there any Pd/D calorimetric data sets extant which are competent to clearly answer Question 1? It is shown why Pd/D calorimetry holds the answer, and why the answer to both questions is probably "yes."
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