Emerging Physics For a Brerakthrough Thin-Film Electrolytic Cell Power Unit
|Title||Emerging Physics For a Brerakthrough Thin-Film Electrolytic Cell Power Unit|
|Author(s)||George H Miley|
|Keywords||emerging physics, breakthrough, thin-film, electrolytic, cell power unit, x-rays, betas, cathodes|
Electrolytic cell experiments are described using cathodes coated with thin metallic films (order of 500 A, using variously Ni, Pd and Ti) in a flowing packed-bed electrolytic cell producting - 1 W/cc excess power. Measurements of nuclear isotopes produced in the films suggest a nuclear reaction origin for the heat. The characteristic "signatures" of the isotope array observed in these experiments are discussed, along with speculations about the reaction physics involved.