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LENR Research Scientific Mystery
Feb. 25, 2013 – By Steven B. Krivit –

[This is Part 3 of a Four-Part Series. Part 1 published on Feb. 20, Part 2 published on Feb. 22]

This is the continuation of a review of selected papers from the first decade of LENR research. This part continues with research from 1998.

This report briefly reviews the following papers:

David S. Silver and John Dash, “Surface Studies of Palladium After Interaction With Hydrogen Isotopes”

G. S. Qiao, X.L. Han, L.C. Kong, S.X. Zheng, H.F. Huang, Y.J. Yan, Q.L. Wu, Y. Deng, S.L. Lei, and Xing Zhong Li, “Nuclear Products in a Gas-Loading D/Pd and H/Pd System”

K.P. Sinha and Peter Hagelstein, “Electron Screening in Metal Deuterides”

Of significance to the more recent work performed at the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center in San Diego, are fascinating results from a Chinese experiment that also used solid-state nuclear track detectors to detect charged particles.

The papers also reveal several contradictions between experimental data and statements made by Peter Hagelstein.

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