E-book About Cold Fusion
27 October 2013
- Cold Fusion is a term used to describe
a nuclear reaction obtained at near ambient temperatures, which produces a high power generation in relation to use. In different experiments, the main elements
that have been taken into account to get Cold Fusion are palladium, nickel, titanium, boron
in combination with different forms of hydrogen and super-conductive ceramics. When not to use radioactive elements, there are no hazardous waste, in most
studies was obtained as a residual helium .