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Reply to "Comment on 'Compositional and Microchemical Evidence of Piezonuclear Fission Reactions in Rock Specimens Subjected to Compression Tests' [Strain 47 (Suppl. 2), 282 (2011)]" by G. Amato et al

@article{Carpinteri2012ReplyT,
  title={Reply to "Comment on 'Compositional and Microchemical Evidence of Piezonuclear Fission Reactions in Rock Specimens Subjected to Compression Tests' [Strain 47 (Suppl. 2), 282 (2011)]" by G. Amato et al},
  author={Alberto Carpinteri and Angelica Chiodoni and Amedeo Manuello and Riccardo Sandrone},
  journal={arXiv: Materials Science},
  year={2012}
}
Amato et al.[arXiv:1205.6418] maintain that certain data published in Carpinteri et al.[2] are not the result of independent measurements, and are in any case affected by uncertainties such that our conclusions are not valid. We will provide clarification regarding the validity of the disputed analyses, showing that they, like the others reported in the original article, are independent and that the uncertainties affecting them in no way invalidate our conclusions. 
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