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Confirmatory experiments for nuclear Emissions During acoustic cavitation

Sonoluminesence: Confirmation nuclear phenomena (cold fusion type) by Purdue University

Confirmatory experiments Were Conducted for Assessment to the potential for nuclear fusion related emission of neutrons and tritium During neutron-seeded acoustic cavitation of deuterated acetone. Corresponding control experiments with normal acetone Were Conducted. Statistically significant (5-11 Increased SD) broadcasts of 2.45 MeV neutrons and tritium Were Measured During cavitation experiments with deuterated acetone chilled. Control experiments with normal acetone and irradiation alone Did not result in tritium activity or neutron emission. Insights from imaging studies of bubble clusters and track signals shock bubble Relating to nuclear fusion are Discussed.

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