Article: ‘Anomalous Heat detected in Lead Carbon Hydrogen Systems’ (Looking For Heat)

Thanks to Alan Smith from Looking For Heat who has forwarded me a link to a new article published on the LFH website titled “Anomalous Heat detected in Lead Carbon Hydrogen Systems: Simple and Accessible, But is it LENR?” Authors are Alan Smith, Sam Hansson and Martin Moore.

The full text is available at: http://www.lookingforheat.com/anomalous-heat-detected-in-lead-carbon-hydrogen-systems/

Here’s the abstract:

While investigating the electrolytic activation of granular carbon for use as a catalyst for generating pure hydrogen from water and a metallic hydroxyl ion acceptor, members of a research group here and in the USA witnessed sudden and unexpected evolution of considerable amounts of thermal energy, and the release of what is probably Beta radiation. In all cases this resulted in (at least) the breaching of the electrolysis cell. We present a full account of the test methodology, a hypothesis for the origin of the heat element of this event, and offer assistance to researchers who would like to investigate this further.

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