Mechanism of Cold Fusion with Nano Metal-Particles and Conceptualized Reactor to Control the NanoMetal Particle Potential


Authors : Noriyuki Kodama

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 8 - August

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- Although the nano-metal particles have the high capability to generate the very high excess heat due to the larger reaction site on the nano-metal particle, the mechanism of triggering Cold Fusion with nano-metal particles is not clear so far. In most reactors with nanometal particles have no triggering mechanism except the heater and conventional heating seems to cause the agglomeration, thus currently composite nano-metals are used in the reactor. In this MHE (nano-Metal Hydrogen Energy) Reactor, the composite nano-metal particles have the excellent heat generation without agglomeration, however its mechanism of trigger of cold fusion and D absorption is not clear so far. Thus, I will explain my hypo of the mechanism of this reactor with composite nanometal as follows. This reactor has no nano-particle potential control and heating is indirect and insufficient. Because nano-metal particles are embedded in the pores of ZrO2, nano-metals inside the pore can have the cold fusion without cooling by D2O, it helps the triggering of cold fusion. Although without electrical connection of nano-metal particle in the pore of ZrO2, they have the stray capacitance and can have the D+ current to the capacitance and thus I presumed that it is possible for the limited amount of total ion current by charging the nanometal parasitic capacitance, and it can create the locally high temperature in nano-particle embedded in pore of ZrO2. Because nano-particles have the space between its body and pore wall which prevent cooling by D2O. Because they have the excellent heat resistance to prevent agglomeration so the excess heat generation is excellent. However MHE (nano-Metal Hydrogen Energy) Reactors have no mechanism of potential control of nanometal particles Thus, I presumed that this reactor must have the positive potential electrode around particles for D loading, which is probably the heater around particles. Because the heater has the temperature gradient on metal chassis, heater metal can have the potential difference due to William Thomson effect which is that lower temperature region has the negative potential. Composite particle is excellent to prevent agglomeration of particle due to ZrO2 property of very high heat resistance, Thus, I propose that new reactor design with nano-metal particle potential control with parallel metal plate, and nano-metal particles are on the flat plate and they can be heated directly by the flat plate with the heater on the backside of the plate. Other Reactor is for the prevention of nano-metal particle not the composite particle to prevent agglomeration by the charging of the same charge to have the coulomb repulsive force to keep a distance between the particles, enabled by the switching of the metal plate voltage and the location control of particle by ultrasonic oscillator. This Reactor can run Cold Fusion and D loading simultaneously by adjusting the electrode voltage and location of particle with ultrasonic oscillator. I also propose the transmutation reactor with Cold Fusion with H2 gas through the diffusion of thin metal layer with H+ supply from the backside

Keywords : LENR, Cold fusion, neutron, EDO, Electron Deep Orbit, Coulomb repulsive force shielding, transmutation, nano particle Li hydride, Lattice assisted nuclear fusion, Buffer energy nuclear fusion, E-CAT, Lattice confined Fusion, nano metal particle, Composite nano-metal particle, ZrO2

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