Home / Store / Journals / Electronic Articles / Fusion Science and Technology / Volume 30 / Number 2
R. A. Oriani
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 30 / Number 2 / November 1996 / Pages 281-287
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A high-temperature Seebeck-effect calorimeter, in which the thermoelectric electromotive force across a large-area-enveloping thermopile is a measure of the heat flux from a power source, has been constructed to examine the claimed generation of excess thermal energy from a proton-conducting oxide immersed in deuterium gas. The claim has been confirmed in a few experiments out of many unsuccessful ones.
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