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LENR LIVE proposal 2: The smoking gun

Written by Robert Greenyer on .

Laser, Plasmons, Nickel and Hydrogen leading to obvious transmutation.

Experiment by Vittorio Violante et. al. (ENEA), yes the same guy in that photo with Bill Gates at the same Italian nuclear research institution that appears to have part benefitted from the former MicroSoft founder's generosity.
 
Deposition of thin film of Nickel on polymer substrate on two samples. One sample is converted to black Ni-hydride film
 
"by a short electrolysis with 1 M Li2SO4 electrolyte in light water (40 minutes, current ranging between 10 to 30 mA). Ni-hydride film has been obtained by a short electrolysis with 1 M Li2SO4 electrolyte in light water (40 minutes, current ranging between 10 to 30 mA)."
 
Both samples are exposed to
 
"He-Ne laser beam at the reflectance minimum angle... ...for about three hours."
 
TOF-SIMS analysis expected to show massive discrepancy in 65Cu from natural abundance compared to blank.


In addition, TOF-SIMS should look at 7Li/6Li ratio in Li2SO4 and the residue on the exposed sample.
 
 
When practiced, this experiment could conceivably be achieved in 1 working day by a competent lab with things set up LIVE on camera.


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0 #2 Fredrick Hibbs 2016-09-25 22:30
After the electrolytic activation, does the "black" nickel film contain some lithium 6 & 7 intimately mixed into the nickel surface as well as lots of hydrogen absorbed into the nickel matrix? Is whacking this film with a high-power laser to create a small additional amount of copper 65 really LENR?
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0 #1 carl pag 2016-09-25 18:37
Sounds like a good idea.
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