Measurement of γrays from cold fusion

  title={Measurement of $\gamma$rays from cold fusion},
  author={Martin L. Fleischmann and Stanley Pons and Marvin Hawkins and R. Hoffman},
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Non-reproducible Research
  • Innovative Research in Life Sciences
  • 2018
Preventing injury, illness and disability at work.
This discussion paper is intended to start a dialogue about prevention among those who are interested in making workplaces safer and healthier and build a framework for further discussion and activity.
A theory of the relativistic fermionic spinrevorbital
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The effect of amino groups on the stability of DNA duplexes and triplexes based on purines derived from inosine.
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Darstellung und kritische Analyse bestehender Ansätze zur Auftragsplanung bei Serienfertigung
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Science as cultural practice: A rhetorical perspective
This essay develops a conception of science as a complex series of cultural practices mediated in and through discourse. This conception requires attention to discourses typically considered
Wo sind die Fusionsprodukte
Concerning the detection of neutrons and γ-rays from cells containing palladium cathodes polarized in heavy water
SummaryIt is shown that neutrons generated in «cold fusion» cells can be detected following thermalization by means of high-resolution spectroscopy of the γ-rays generated by the (n, γ) reaction in
Competition Among Scientific Disciplines in Cold Nuclear Fusion Research
In the controversy in 1989 over the reported achievement of cold nuclear fusion, parts of the physics and chemistry communities were opposed in both a theoretic and a professional competition.