The Center for Emerging Energy Sciences at Texas Tech University (CEES) has been established to explore critical parameters in the observation of the anomalous heat effects (AHE). A large number of experiments report the production of heat from metal samples loaded with hydrogen or deuterium in amounts that are often thousands of times greater than the enthalpies of possible chemical reactions. The effect is anomalous because there is no agreed- to mechanism, and particle radiation rates are not reported at levels that are consistent with any known nuclear process. © 2016 ISCMNS. All rights reserved.

The center to study anomalous heat effects [AHE] at Texas Tech University

2016

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The Center for Emerging Energy Sciences at Texas Tech University (CEES) has been established to explore critical parameters in the observation of the anomalous heat effects (AHE). A large number of experiments report the production of heat from metal samples loaded with hydrogen or deuterium in amounts that are often thousands of times greater than the enthalpies of possible chemical reactions. The effect is anomalous because there is no agreed- to mechanism, and particle radiation rates are not reported at levels that are consistent with any known nuclear process. © 2016 ISCMNS. All rights reserved.
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Electrochemistry;Heat-helium;Cryogenic;Calorimetry;Spectroscopy
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