Emission of neutrons as a consequence of titanium-deuterium interaction
The interaction of deuterium gas with titanium has produced a flow of neutrons in the experiment reported here. This seems to show that it is not necessary to use electrolysis in order to obtain a low-temperature fusion reaction between deuterium nuclei. The experiment confirms also that nonequilibrium conditions are necessary in order to produce such a phenomenon.
PACS 25.00Nuclear reactions and scattering: specific reactions
PACS 64.00Equations of state, phase equilibria and phase transitions
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