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1st Conference on Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions

Date: 1995-06-19 Time: 00:00 9.9 (2 decades 5 years ago)

Where: College Station, TX, United States Venue:


This meeting was organized by Prof. John M. Bockris and Prof. Guang H. Lin as scientists and searchers of truth. This meeting was not advertised in any of the technical journals. Participation in the meeting was by invitation. Although the meeting was held in a conference room at Texas A&M, College Station, Texas on June 19, 1995, the meeting was not a part of college-supported activities. No public press was invited nor present.

These proceedings have been prepared from contributions of papers prepared for this meeting. We are grateful to Prof. Guang H. Lin for his help in arranging for the details of the conference, the pictures of participants, and for getting the papers submitted for publication.

Proceedings Contents: (Journal of New Energy, V1, N1)


Prof. John M. Bockris, Dr. Robert T. Bush, Prof. Guang H. Lin & Dr. Roberto A. Monti: Do Nuclear Reactions Take Place Under Chemical Stimulation? [p. 5]


  • T. Passell (EPRI): Overview Of EPRI Program In Deuterided Metals. [p. 9]
  • Dr. Tadayoshi OhmoriMichio Enyo: Iron Formation in Gold and Palladium Cathodes. [p15]
  • A. B. Karabout, Y. Kucherov, B. Savvatimova (Scientific Industrial Association): Possible Nuclear Reactions Mechanisms at Glow Discharge Experiment. [p. 20]
  • S. Miguet, Prof. John Dash: Microanalysis of Palladium after Electrolysis in Heavy Water. [p. 23]
  • Dr. Robert T. Bush: Electrolytically Stimulated Cold Nuclear Synthesis of Strontium from Rubidium. [p. 28]
  • R. Notoya (Hokkaido University): Low Temperature Nuclear Change of Alkali Metallic Ions Caused by Electrolysis. [p. 39]
  • G. Rabzi (Ukrainian International Academy of Original Ideas): Mechanism of Low Temperature Transmutation. [p. 46]
  • A. Fabrikant, M. Meyerovich (Ukrainain International Academy of Original Ideas); Presented by Dr. Georgiy S. Rabzi: Some Results of Experimental Investigations in Low-Temperature Metals Transmutations. [p. 56]

THEORETICAL MODELS (Chairman Guang H. Lin)

  • Prof. Yeong E. Kim: Formulation of Low-energy Nuclear Interaction Based on Optical Theorem. [p. 61]
  • Dr. Robert T. Bush: The Electron Catalyzed Fusion Model (ECFM) Reconsidered with special emphasis Upon the Production of Tritium and Neutrons. [p. 63]
  • Ronald A. Brightsen: Application of the Neutron Cluster Model to Experimental Results. Presented by: R. Davis [p. 68]
  • Ronald A. Brightsen: Correspondence of the Nucleon Cluster Model with the Classical Periodic Table of Elements. [p.75]


  • Dr. Tadahiko Mizuno, T. Akimoto, K. Azumi, M. Kitaichi, K. Kurokawa (Hokkaido University): Excess Heat Evolution and Analysis of Elements for Solid State Electrolyte in Deuterium Atmosphere During Applied Electric Field. [p. 79]
  • Ronald J. Kovac: Plasma Shaping: An Atomic Transmutation Concept. [p. 87]
  • Toby Grotz: Low-temperature Nuclear Changes Using Magnetic Fields and Dual Polarity Control. [p. 104]
  • T. Claytor, D. Jackson, D. Tuggle (Los Alamos National Lab): Tritium Production from a Low Voltage Deuterium Discharge on Palladium and Other Metals. [p. 111]
  • Dr. Roberto A. Monti: Variations of the Half-Lives of Radioactive Elements and Associated Cold Fusion and Cold Fission Reactions. [p. 119]


Index [p. 131]