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Experiments on cold nuclear fusion in Pd and Ti saturated with deuterium by ion implantation method; Ehksperimenty po kholodnomu yadernomu sintezu v Pd i Ti, nasyshchennykh dejteriem metodom ionnoj implantatsii

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Abstract

Experiments on saturation with deuterium by ion implantation of targets of Pd and Ti are conducted and emission of neutrons and charged particles from irradiated targets is investigated. Targets are irradiated with 25 keV energy D{sub 2}{sup +} ions at T{sub irr} {approx_equal}100 K up to the saturation doses. Saturation doses for Pd and Ti make up (3,4)x10{sup 18} and {approx} 8x10{sup 18} D{sup +}/cm{sup 2} respectively. An increase of neutron detector counting rate under the cooling of targets saturated with deuterium from {approx} 100 to 78K is detected after cessation of irraadiation and under the heating of samples within 78-1300K temperature interval. In this temperature interval two maxima on the curve of ND counting rate dependence on the temperature are recorded, neutron emission temperature dependences correlate with deuterium thermodesorption curves. The maximum intensity of a hypothetic neutron source makes up {approx} 10{sup 2} neutrxs{sup -1} per a 4{pi} body angle. {sup 3}He(0.86 MeV), T(1.01 MeV) and p(3.02 MeV) charged particle emission is recorded under the same conditions as for neutrons. The charged particle radiation intensity is more than by an order lower than that of neutrons. 14 refs.; 17 figs.
Authors:
Zelenskij, V F; Rybalko, V F; Morozov, A N [1] 
  1. and others
Publication Date:
Dec 31, 1989
Product Type:
Technical Report
Report Number:
KFTI-89-61
Reference Number:
SCA: 700460; PA: AIX-22:082281; SN: 91000609246
Resource Relation:
Other Information: PBD: 1989
Subject:
70 PLASMA PHYSICS AND FUSION TECHNOLOGY; FUSION YIELD; ION IMPLANTATION; DESORPTION; DEUTERIUM IONS; DOSE-RESPONSE RELATIONSHIPS; ENERGY SPECTRA; FOILS; HIGH TEMPERATURE; KEV RANGE 10-100; LOW TEMPERATURE; NEUTRONS; PALLADIUM; TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE; THIN FILMS; TITANIUM; 700460; HEATING AND FUELING SYSTEMS; FUELS
OSTI ID:
10105022
Research Organizations:
AN Ukrainskoj SSR, Kharkov (Ukraine). Fiziko-Tekhnicheskij Inst.
Country of Origin:
Ukraine
Language:
Russian
Other Identifying Numbers:
Other: ON: DE92609556; TRN: UA9100089082281
Availability:
OSTI; NTIS (US Sales Only); INIS
Submitting Site:
INIS
Size:
25 p.
Announcement Date:
Jun 30, 2005

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Zelenskij, V F, Rybalko, V F, and Morozov, A N. Experiments on cold nuclear fusion in Pd and Ti saturated with deuterium by ion implantation method; Ehksperimenty po kholodnomu yadernomu sintezu v Pd i Ti, nasyshchennykh dejteriem metodom ionnoj implantatsii. Ukraine: N. p., 1989. Web.
Zelenskij, V F, Rybalko, V F, & Morozov, A N. Experiments on cold nuclear fusion in Pd and Ti saturated with deuterium by ion implantation method; Ehksperimenty po kholodnomu yadernomu sintezu v Pd i Ti, nasyshchennykh dejteriem metodom ionnoj implantatsii. Ukraine.
Zelenskij, V F, Rybalko, V F, and Morozov, A N. 1989. "Experiments on cold nuclear fusion in Pd and Ti saturated with deuterium by ion implantation method; Ehksperimenty po kholodnomu yadernomu sintezu v Pd i Ti, nasyshchennykh dejteriem metodom ionnoj implantatsii." Ukraine.
@misc{etde_10105022,
title = {Experiments on cold nuclear fusion in Pd and Ti saturated with deuterium by ion implantation method; Ehksperimenty po kholodnomu yadernomu sintezu v Pd i Ti, nasyshchennykh dejteriem metodom ionnoj implantatsii}
author = {Zelenskij, V F, Rybalko, V F, and Morozov, A N}
abstractNote = {Experiments on saturation with deuterium by ion implantation of targets of Pd and Ti are conducted and emission of neutrons and charged particles from irradiated targets is investigated. Targets are irradiated with 25 keV energy D{sub 2}{sup +} ions at T{sub irr} {approx_equal}100 K up to the saturation doses. Saturation doses for Pd and Ti make up (3,4)x10{sup 18} and {approx} 8x10{sup 18} D{sup +}/cm{sup 2} respectively. An increase of neutron detector counting rate under the cooling of targets saturated with deuterium from {approx} 100 to 78K is detected after cessation of irraadiation and under the heating of samples within 78-1300K temperature interval. In this temperature interval two maxima on the curve of ND counting rate dependence on the temperature are recorded, neutron emission temperature dependences correlate with deuterium thermodesorption curves. The maximum intensity of a hypothetic neutron source makes up {approx} 10{sup 2} neutrxs{sup -1} per a 4{pi} body angle. {sup 3}He(0.86 MeV), T(1.01 MeV) and p(3.02 MeV) charged particle emission is recorded under the same conditions as for neutrons. The charged particle radiation intensity is more than by an order lower than that of neutrons. 14 refs.; 17 figs.}
place = {Ukraine}
year = {1989}
month = {Dec}
}