The Martin Fleischmann Memorial Project has published a new live document on its website titled “ULTR – Affordable ultrasonic driven transmutation?”
The goal of this ULTR project is to try and determine if it is possible “induce transmutation using an
off-the-shelf affordable ultrasonic cleaner”. The document explains that Alan Goldwater noticed that when examining a sample of indium that he had cleaned in an ultrasonic cleaner he uses for cleaning SEMP parts, it showed unexpected marks that could possibly be potential signs of elemental changes.
Images and data are shown in the document, along with a description of the apparatus used and testing methods employed.