Correct D2O Cold Fusion Reactor with Strong Alkaline Electrolyte

Authors : Noriyuki Kodama

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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Fleischmann and Pons discovered that cold fusion occurs when metal electrodes are treated under heavy water under electrolysis conditions, but the reproducibility was initially very low. The Cold Fusion occurs by the compression of D2 atoms at the expandable T site on the nano-roughness of the FCC metal. Compressed D2 molecule is transition to femto-D2 molecules which electron orbit is deep orbit deeper then n=1 at a few femto meter from the nucleus. Because the density of electron between the nucleus is so high that it can shield the coulomb repulsive force between the nuclei. The expandable T site is on the nano-roughness of the FCC metal surface, which vertex atom of T site can have no bond to the atom of the adjacent lattice. Therefore, that vertex atom can move, and it is expandable. Center of the expandable T site is negatively charged due to the electronegativity of metal atoms. Thus, under positive voltage of metal, D becomes D+ due to its smaller size and positive potential, and D+ is attracted by the negative charge of the expandable T site and occupy the expandable T site and turn into D- which expand the T site due to the larger size of D -, and again another D+ is attracted by D - and join to be D2 at the expanded T site. Although FCC metal need to be positive voltage based on the mechanism of Cold fusion, Fleischmann and Pons experimental set up is that FCC metal plate is negative voltage and all of the experiments have used the original incorrect setting of voltage. Based on the above mechanism of Cold Fusion the behavior of deuterium in a D2O-based strong alkaline electrolyte show that in case of PH=11 [D+] = 10-11 mol/l, [OD-]=10-3 mol/l, the [OD-] concentration is overwhelmingly high, and electrolysis proceeds easily. Under the incorrect voltage conditions, the heat generation of the vapor is 4 to 190mW, however, the correct voltage condition can have the heat can be 100kW for the very small experimental setting. Therefore, we can develop Cold Fusion Reactor with 1MWh at least on the desk top size, and it can replace plasma nuclear fusion reactor and nuclear power.

Keywords : LENR, ColdFusion, LiOD, D2O.


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