By: Cures on Mercoledì 09 Ottobre 2013 23:00
"A method for producing energy which is based on the phenomenon of cold nuclear synthesis at sorption-desorption of deuterium in metals, characterized by the use, as the metals, of elements or alloys forming two crystalline phases with different content of deuterium consisting in equilibrium within a certain temperature and pressure range and mutually isostructural, for example palladium, niobium, vanadium, rare earth elements, intermetallic compounds TiFe and TiCr2. The metal is prepared in the form of powder (with the size of particles less than 0.1 mm), thin foil, a film on a substrate, a wire or compact mass with pores and microcracks with the largest possible total surface. The techniques for preparation of the metal and for carrying out the method are elaborated. Sorption is carried out at a deuterium pressure exceeding that of three-phase equilibrium of the isostructural phases with the gas at a given temperature which is below the critical one, whereas desorption is carried out under the conditions of two-phase equilibrium of the crystalline phase with the gas at a pressure which is below the critical pressure of the equilibrium of the isostructural phases. The cycle is continuously repeated. The method allows to accelerate by several orders of magnitude the process of cold nuclear synthesis and to make more comfortable and secure the use of the produced energy"