It is interesting to me that the hydrogen usage in Rossi's system was around 
0.4 g (If I remember correctly)
If we knew the amount of Ni, we could estimate the loading ratio

It sounds like just surface loading.


From: Jed Rothwell 
Sent: Monday, March 07, 2011 7:14 PM
Subject: Re: [Vo]:Rossi credibility

I wrote: 

  But it is additional evidence that the Ni-H system can produce high 
temperatures and high power density. The only previous examples were Piantelli 
and Focardi.

And Patterson! Which was also Ni and Pd. Closer to Ahern. High power density at 
low temperature.

- Jed

Reply via email to