Jeff Morriss has published a report on the LENR-Forum titled “Celani-Type Ni + H2 Replication” in which he reports an experiment that attempts to replicate the work of Francesco Celani.
Morriss put a wound nickel wire inside a sealed quartz tube loaded with hydrogen. He then described the experiment as follows:
“An initial H2 pressure of 5 Torr was introduced with the cell at room temperature. Almost immediately the pressure began to drop, indicating that the Ni was absorbing H2. The cell was maintained at room temperature for approx. 30 minutes, at which time the H2 pressure had stabilized after dropping ~10% from its initial value. The cell was then powered at 10.0V, 15.0V and 20.0V, corresponding to Ni wire temperatures of 312, 398, and 498 °C, respectively. Each of the three temperatures was maintained for 30 minutes. At the end of the last heating cycle power to the Ni wire was turned off.”
Morriss reports that radiation was detected as the wire heated up. Here’s a chart from the paper showing the readings of the Geiger counter he used:
The full report can be read here: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Attachment/529-Celani-Replication-pdf/?s=47434b39ee36d4ef82628a69db86864355c9e05d
LENR-Forum discussion thread with the author participating is here: https://www.lenr-forum.com/forum/index.php/Thread/2847-Celani-Type-Replication/