Evidence of Energetic Charged Particle Emission During Electrochemical Pd/D Co-deposition

Evidence of Energetic Charged Particle Emission During Electrochemical Pd/D Co-deposition
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An integrative solid-state nuclear track detector (CR-39) was used to measure energetic charged particles formed during an electrochemical co-deposition of Pd/D. Tracks of alpha particles ranging in energy from 1.0 to 7.5 0.5 MeV were measured. Tracks of energetic protons were observed. Evidence of triple alpha tracks appearing to originate from the same point lead to possible evidence of secondary reactions between energetic neutrons and carbon within the detector. No supporting evidence of energetic particle formations were observed for the co-deposition of Cu/D and no signicant background radiation was observed on a detector in a cell lled with deionized water.

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