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Experimental and phenomenological comparison between Piezonuclear reactions and Condensed Matter Nuclear Science phenomenology

  title={Experimental and phenomenological comparison between Piezonuclear reactions and Condensed Matter Nuclear Science phenomenology},
  author={Fabio Cardone and Roberto P. Mignani and Andrea Petrucci},
  journal={arXiv: General Physics},
The purpose of this paper is to place side by side the experimental results of Piezonu- clear reactions, which have been recently unveiled, and those collected during the last twenty years of experiments on low energy nuclear reactions (LENR). We will briefy re- port the results of our campaign of piezonuclear reactions experiments where ultrasounds and cavitation were applied to solutions of stable elements. These outcomes will be shown to be compatible with the results and evidences obtained… 
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