Cold fusion reaction products and their measurement

@article{Rogers1990ColdFR,
  title={Cold fusion reaction products and their measurement},
  author={Vern C. Rogers and Gary Marlin Sandquist},
  journal={Journal of Fusion Energy},
  year={1990},
  volume={9},
  pages={483-485}
}
The major reaction products that have been possibly associated with cold fusion reactions are neutrons, protons, tritium, He-3, He-4, internal conversion electrons, and gamma radiation. The branching ratios and relative reaction rates for these products are examined for consistency with cold fusion experiments. Both theoretical calculations and experimental data are examined and presented. The He-4 plus internal conversion reaction has been proposed to explain the absence of neutrons or gamma… 
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