Two series of experiments have been performed independently at ENEA and SRI to replicate the results of excess heat experiments reported by Energetics. Successful replication was obtained at SRI in the original isoperibolic mode of calorimetry used by Energetics in Israel and using a sophisticated mass flow calorimeter at ENEA. Two factors were found to be critical in both replications: a high degree of microstructural metallurgical control achieved by ENEA allows electrodes to accept deuterium loading without damaging deformation; the complex superwave excitation function developed by Energetics produces a high level of deuterium loading and flux believed to be instrumental for the excess heat effect. © 2008 American Chemical Society.
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