Low-Intensity Neutron Emission from TiDx Samples Under Nonequilibrium Conditions

@inproceedings{Chicea2001LowIntensityNE,
  title={Low-Intensity Neutron Emission from TiDx Samples Under Nonequilibrium Conditions},
  author={Dan Chicea and Dan Lupu},
  year={2001}
}
  • Dan Chicea, Dan Lupu
  • Published 2001
  • Physics
  • Several experiments were performed that loaded titanium samples with deuterium from the gas phase, changed the temperature of the samples over a wide range, and monitored the neutron emission. Neutron emissions in very low intensity bursts, still significantly above the background, were recorded, revealing that low-energy nuclear reactions in condensed matter can be produced at a very low rate, which occasionally can be high enough to become detectable. 

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