Tuesday, September 8, 2015




1)Initiative for elaboration of a LENR generator - the road to energy independence
Initiator: Bogdancenko Olexandr Michailovich


Investments in high-tech industry are more profitable then those in raw materials manufacture; on the other hand there is much unused capacity of the Ukrainian leading industrial units.
Please consider the emergency initialization of the development of of the LENR generator (E-Ca, Hot-Cat Rossi generator) - this will be an alternative to Gazprom, Rosneft, exploitation of shale gas, of reverse gas from Europe. Thus the valuable natural resources will be used more rationally not just burning and so it will be achieved the energy independence of Ukraine.
Our country with its remarkable scientific and industrial potential to the development of the new sources  thus increasing the employment in this areas

2) The invisible LENR revolution

3) Mats Lewan's book, Italian edition was published

4) LENR job in Moscow!
A collective of researchers is wanting an energetic and talented experimentator with physica chemical background for performing research in the filed of LENR in Russian)

Salary 55000 to 80000 rubels

In the frame of a project of promising methods to obtain energy we want a phyicist- experimentator, energetic and talented with a physico-chemical background to perform research in the domain of LENR
Planification, preparation and executing of experiments
Work with the scientific literature search for the necessary methods, technologies, and models;
Writing of reports and papers
• High education in physics or physical chemistry .
• Ability to independently cope with the emerging technological challenges
• Analytical mind, desire to know for new and unusual
• Experience in experimental research
• Experience of writing articles and reports, competent in written and oral communication

It is desirable
• Experience in the field of material science, condensed matter, hydrogen in metals
• To have publications in peer-reviewed journals,

• Well-equipped laboratory
• Friendly team

Address Moscow, Warshanskoe Chausse, 5k4, Tulskaia
Contact: fallex@inbox.ru, Аlexandr

Published: Sept 8, 2015

5) A remarkable presentation, in Russian but easy to read with Google Translate!
At TRINITI it was a LENR Seminar at Sept. 7, 2015; "Nuclear processes initiated by electrons
in low temperature plasma" by S.F. Timashev, Scientific Institute for Physico Chemical Research named after L.Ya. Karpov


6) Energy- free energy again a step closer (in Dutch language)
Energie: Vrije energie weer grote stap dichterbij.

7) Nuclear physics has problems!
Current Status of Nuclear Physics Research 
Carlos A. Bertulania and Mahir S. Husseinb,c a 
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce TX 75429, USA b Instituto de Estudos Avan¸cados and Instituto de F´ısica, Universidade de S˜ao Paulo, 05314-970 S˜ao Paulo, SP, Brazil and cDepartamento de F´ısica, Instituto Tecnol´ogico de Aeron´autica, DCTA, 12.228-900 S˜ao Jos´e dos Campos, SP, Brazil
(Dated: September 3, 2015) 

In this review we discuss the current status of research in nuclear physics which is being carried out in different centers in the World. For this purpose we supply a short account of the development in the area which evolved over the last 9 decades, since the discovery of the neutron. The evolution of the physics of the atomic nucleus went through many stages as more data become available. We briefly discuss models introduced to discern the physics behind the experimental discoveries, such as the shell model, the collective model, the statistical model, the interacting boson model, etc., some of these models may be seemingly in conflict with each other, but this was shown to be only apparent. The richness of the ideas and abundance of theoretical models attests to the important fact that the nucleus is a really singular system in the sense that it evolves from two-body bound states such as the deuteron, to few-body bound states, such as 4He, 7Li, 9Be etc. and up the ladder to heavier bound nuclei containing up to more than 200 nucleons. Clearly statistical mechanics does not work for such finite system, neither does other theories applicable to condensed matter systems. The richness of nuclear physics stems from these restrictions. New theories and models are presently being developed. Theories of the structure and reactions of neutron-rich and proton-rich nuclei, called exotic nuclei, halo nuclei, or Borromean nuclei deal with the wealth of experimental data available in the last 35 years. Further, nuclear astrophysics and stellar and Big Bang nucleosynthesis have become a more mature subject. Due to limited space, this review only covers a few selected topics, mainly those with which the authors have worked with. Our aimed potential readers of this review are nuclear physicists and physicists in other areas, as well as graduate students interested in pursuing a career in nuclear physics.


Hydride formation thermodynamics and hysteresis in individual Pd nanocrystals with different size and shape 
Svetlana Syrenova, et al

Nature Materials (2015) doi:10.1038/nmat4409Received 17 December 2014 Accepted 28 July 2015 Published online07 September 2015

Physicochemical properties of nanoparticles may depend on their size and shape and are traditionally assessed in ensemble-level experiments, which accordingly may be plagued by averaging effects. These effects can be eliminated in single-nanoparticle experiments. Using plasmonic nanospectroscopy, we present a comprehensive study of hydride formation thermodynamics in individual Pd nanocrystals of different size and shape, and find corresponding enthalpies and entropies to be nearly size- and shape-independent. The hysteresis observed is significantly wider than in bulk, with details depending on the specifics of individual nanoparticles. Generally, the absorption branch of the hysteresis loop is size-dependent in the sub-30 nm regime, whereas desorption is size- and shape-independent. The former is consistent with a coherent phase transition during hydride formation, influenced kinetically by the specifics of nucleation, whereas the latter implies that hydride decomposition either occurs incoherently or via different kinetic pathways.

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