Overview of Theoretical and Experimental Progress in Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)

chaired by Francesco Celani, Yogendra Srivastava
Thursday, 22 March 2012 from to (Europe/Zurich)
An overview will be given on the main progress made –since March 1989- through experimental/theoretical studies on thermal/nuclear anomalies observed in forced interactions of Hydrogen isotopes (H, D), in non-equilibrium conditions, with pure or alloyed materials (mainly Palladium, Nickel). 

Most of the experiments used electrolytic environments at moderate temperatures (20-50°C). More recently, gas environments have been used at higher temperatures (between 200-400°C and even temperatures between 500-900°C have been employed). 

Specific nanostructures have begun to play a crucial role both in basic studies as well as in, recently claimed, technological/industrial applications.

A plethora of theoretical models have been proposed to explain several experimental anomalies in LENR. A brief description of a weak interaction model shall be presented that claims to explain almost ALL of the anomalous effects found so far.  
Organised by Ignatios Antoniadis/PH-TH & Daniele Benedetti/PH-UCM...........................**Tea and coffee will be served at 16h00**
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  • Thursday, 22 March 2012
    • 16:30 - 17:00 Overview of Theoretical and Experimental Progress in LENR 30'
      Speaker: Yogendra Srivastava (University of Perugia Perugia Italy)
      Video in CDS
    • 17:00 - 18:00 Overview of Theoretical and Experimental Progress in LENR 1h0'
      Speaker: Francesco Celani
      Video in CDS