CFRL English News No. 57           (2004. 7. 1)

Cold Fusion Research Laboratory (Japan) Dr. Hideo Kozima, Director

                            E-mail address; cf-lab.kozima@nifty.ne.jp

                            Websites; http://www.geocities.jp/hjrfq930/

            (Back numbers of this News are posted on the above Website)

 

   CFP (Cold Fusion Phenomenon) stands for gnuclear reactions and accompanying events occurring in solids with high densities of hydrogen isotopes (H and/or D) in ambient radiation.h

 

   This is the CFRL News (in English) No. 57 for Cold Fusion researchers published by Dr. H. Kozima, now at the Cold Fusion Research Laboratory, Shizuoka, Japan.

This issue contains following item:

1. A Paper gQuantum Physics of the Cold Fusion Phenomenonh (H. Kozima, Portland State University) was publishedB

2. Symposium hCondensed Matter Nuclear Science and Innovative Thermal and Electric Energy Technologyh will be held

 

3. ICCF11 News Renewed

 

1. A Paper gQuantum Physics of the Cold Fusion Phenomenonh (H. Kozima, Portland State University) was published

A book gDEVELOPMENTS IN QUANTUM PHYSICS – 2004h was published from Nova Science Publishers, Inc. New York, recently where is included my paper gQuantum Physics of the Cold Fusion Phenomenon.h

In this paper, I have presented a trial to develop a microscopic theory of the cold fusion phenomenon based on experimental data and the accomplishment based on the phenomenological approach (Trapped Neutron Catalyzed Fusion Model).

To establish a science of the cold fusion phenomenon, it is necessary to cooperate with scientists in various fields related with this phenomenon. I hope this paper becomes a first tiny step to the cooperation.

Contents of the book is cited below.@Details is seen in the publisherfs website: http://www.nexusworld.com/@

DEVELOPMENTS IN QUANTUM PHYSICS 2004

ISBN:1-59454-003-9

view more about this AuthorFrank Columbus and Volodymyr Krasnoholovets (Editors)

Table of Contents:
1. Preface; Merging Quantum Theory Into Classical Physics (Jacques Moret-Bailly, Université de Bourgogne, France)

2. The Quantum-Classical Interface, Bohmian Theory and Quantum Mechanics (Partha Ghose, S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, India)

3. Wheelerfs World: It From Bit? (Jack Sarfatti, Internet Science Education Project)

4. On the Origin of Conceptual Difficulties of Quantum Mechanics (Volodymyr Krasnoholovets, National Academy of Sciences, Ukraine);

5. Quantum Time Ordering and Degeneracy (J. H. McGuire, Kh. Kh. Shakov and A. Chalastaras, Tulane University; A. L. Godunov,

6. Old Dominion University; Kh. Yu. Rakhimov, Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences);

7. The Maxwell Equations with Gradient-Type Sources, Their Applications and Quantization (V. M. Simulik and I. Yu. Krivsky, Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences);

8. Quantum Physics of the Cold Fusion Phenomenon (H. Kozima, Portland State University)

9. Neutrino Mixing (Carlo Giunti, Università di Torino, Italy; Marco Laveder, Università di Padova, Italy);

10. Quantitative Determination of the Effect of the Harmonic Component in Monochromatised Synchrotron X-Ray Beam Experiments (C. Q. Tran, M. de Jonge, Z. Barnea, B. B. Dhal, C. T. Chantler, University of Melbourne, Australia);

11. Orbital Angular Momentum of Photoelectrons Excited by Circularly-Polarized Light --- Rotation of Forward Scattering Peaks in Photoelectron Diffraction Pattern (Hiroshi Daimon, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST), Japan);

12. Index.

2. Symposium hCondensed Matter Nuclear Science and Innovative Thermal and Electric Energy Technologyh will be held

A symposium on the cold fusion phenomenon (condensed matter nuclear phenomenon) will be held in Tokyo organized by The Thermal and Electric Energy Foundation (TEET) as follows (translated into English freely by H.K.). Details of the symposium will be posted on the TEETfs website, recently.

http://www.teet.or.jp

The 10th Symposium on the Thermal and Electric Energy Technology

hCondensed Matter Nuclear Science and Innovative Thermal and Electric Energy Technologyh

Date: September 3, 2004 (Friday)

Place: Tokyo International Forum

Organized by TEET and sponsored by the Agency for National Resources and Energy, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Japan.

PROGRAM

PD                Opening Address.  Mamoru Akiyama (Counselor of TEET)

QD@Keynote Lecture I. gCondensed Matter Nuclear Phenomenon: A Possibility for Clean Nuclear Fusion and Fissionh Akito Takahashi (Osaka Univ.)

3. Keynote Lecture II, gEvaluation and Expectation for the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science from a Journalisth Kenji Kaneko (Nikkei BP Co. Inc.)

4. Special Lecture. gThe New Hydrogen Energy and Development of Atomic Energy Technologyh Kazuaki Matsui (The Institute of Applied Energy)

5. Lecture I. gObservation of Elemental Transmutations on the Pd Multi-Layers by Deuterium Permeation through Themh Yasuhiro Iwamura (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.)

6. Lecture II. gNeutron Emission at Condensed Matter Nuclear Reactionsh Tadahiko Mizuno (Hokkaido University)

7. Panel Discussion gConditions, Problems and Perspective for Application of the Condensed Matter Nuclear Science to Energy Technologyh Panelists: Hideo Ikegami (Chair, Nagoya Univ.), Jirota Kasagi (Tohoku Univ.), A. Takahashi, K. Kaneko, K. Matsui, Y. Iwamura, T. Mizuno

8. Closing Address. Ritsuko Yasuhara (TEET)

 

TEET Website:  http://www.teet.or.jp

 

3. Recent News about ICCF11

Organizing Committee of ICCF11 has announced news about ICCF11 held in Marseille, France from October 31 and posted information about it on its website http://www.iccf11.org/. Please notice necessary procedures for the Conerence.