NICKEL-PALLADIUM ELECTROLYTIC CELL
Thiselectrolytic cell is utilized to observe heat production and possible elemental transmutation. The system is composed of a packed bed cell utilizing a flowing electrolyte. The packed bed is made up of approximately 1 mL of microspheres coated with thin layers of metal, which acts as part of the cathode. The electrolyte, Li2SO4, is allowed to circulate through the cell, reservoir, pump, and heat exchanger. To determine the amount of heat produced by the cell a differential temperature is measured across the inlet and outlet of the cell. Possible transmutations are studied within the Ni/Pd cathodic microspheres by examining the pre and post compositions of the metals and other components within the circulation loop.
Electrolytic systemand Electrolytic cell
Dr. George Miley
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