21 April 2013
- The process Nickel Hydrogen fusion process produces energy and copper isotope. Copper isotope turns out to produce another nickel isotope that gives more energy.
Based on this principle, according to Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi, they developed a cold fusion reactor. This reaction is assumed to have capacity to produce 12,400 watts of thermal energy with an infusion of as
little as 400 watts of power. In January they held a press conference to show how their equipment works. Andrea Rossi and
Sergio Focardi explained that when the nuclei of both hydrogen and nickel United in
their cold fusion device or reactor. Less than one gram of hydrogen is used in the reactor and the reaction starts with 1000 watts of power. After a few minutes
is the amount of electricity reduced to 400 watts. As the reaction continues converting the 292 grams of water at 20 ° C to dry steam at 101 ° C. The principles of reaction Professor Christos Stremmenos has given a reasonable theory of how cold fusion can work with hydrogen and nickel. He supported Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardis theory also says that the nickel cores which have crystal structure combined with hydrogen nuclei as omforenes to nickel nuclei