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Submission + - Interview with Focardi, father of Ni-H Cold-Fusion (blogspot.com)

gigarello writes: From the article: "A container, with a small cylinder inside, a tray for the nickel, which is the component we were using (we experimented with other metals too, we did all sorts of things), hydrogen — obviously, you can get it out of a gas bottle or produce it with electrolysis, depending on the application. You heat the system with a resistor, an (electric) current; at a certain point the system begins to produce energy. And the energy that comes out is more than the energy given at input."

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