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A New Source of Energy using Low-Energy Fusion of Hydrogen

@article{Storms2017ANS,
  title={A New Source of Energy using Low-Energy Fusion of Hydrogen},
  author={Edmund K. Storms},
  journal={Environmental Science: an Indian journal},
  year={2017},
  volume={13}
}
  • E. Storms
  • Published 2017
  • Engineering
  • Environmental Science: an Indian journal
This paper describes the claim for energy production based on the so-called cold fusion effect. Reasons are given to explore this energy source based on the need for such clean energy and the observed behavior. Chemical energy alone has powered civilization until relatively recently when nuclear fission power based on uranium became available. Efforts are now underway to go the next step on this path using nuclear sources by harnessing the fusion of hydrogen. The first attempt using the so… 

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