- Series: ACS Symposium Series (Book 998)
- Hardcover: 420 pages
- Publisher: American Chemical Society (September 29, 2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0841269661
- ISBN-13: 978-0841269668
- Product Dimensions: 9.1 x 0.9 x 6 inches
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Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook (ACS Symposium Series)
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Jan Marwan, who built up his own research laboratory in Berlin, Germany, to deeply investigate cold fusion processes, is a specialized electrochemist and focused his research on the electrochemical properties of metal hydride systems.
Steven B. Krivit is the editor of the New Energy Times online magazine and Executive Director of New Energy Institute. He has been the lead journalist investigating the LENR field for the last eight years.
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Different forms of this phenomenon are described, even possible biologically-mediated transmutation of elements. Milestones in cold-fusion research are tabulated (p. 30), as are frequencies of observation of particular transmutated elements (p. 180), and laboratories worldwide that engage in transmutation research (p. 182). The reality of transmutation of elements is not only supported by their anomalous occurrence, but also by the fact that their respective isotopic compositions often differ considerably from those in nature. The latter, of course, argues against contamination.