Experiment: Cold Fusion In The Pot?

LENR - Low Energy Nuclear Reaction

The search for the “cold fusion” is en vogue again!

 

Fiction or reality? We simply tried it out for ourselves. All you need is less than 20€ of material cost, and one hour of time!

Please read the safety instructions before you start. We wish you happy crafting!

 

DIY Instruction Video:

DIY Manual for Download:

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LENR (Cold Fusion) DIY Manual
Free Manual For DIY LENR Experiments
German / English
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THE STEPS (German / English):


Important Safety Reminders:

 

The experiments shown in this manual are in development still and can contain errors. Therefore these experiments are not yet intended for any real life applications. This DIY manual is for experienced technicians only, or adults with expert chemical knowledge. Consult an authorized specialist if you are uncertain with any aspect of this manual. Use at your own risk.


Keep experiments away from others, especially from children, animals, furniture, beverages and food. Keep away from mobile phones, weapons, explosives and flammable materials. Do not smoke. Do not try this at home. Do not try this outdoors. Keep away from rain, fire, puddles, storms and any other influences of weather. Work in a dry and appropriate environment suitable for technical experiments, such as a machine workshop. Good air ventilation is absolutely necessary. Always keep a fire extinguisher at hand. Be cautious, some materials can get very hot during manufacturing or experiments. Do not work if you feel ill, sleepy or if you are drunk. Do not inhale fumes and vapor! Do not touch acids, lyes or any other liquids resulting from the experiments. In case of skin contact immediately rinse with plenty of water. Keep all chemicals away from skin and face. Store all chemicals in their original containers only. Always wear protective clothing, protective glasses, protective gloves, protective footwear and ear protection! Danger of electric shocks! Risk of toxication, burns, alkali burns! Mortal danger at above 50 Volts (may differ depending on your local authorities).


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