Lenr Cold Fusion
4 October 2013
- Nickel serves as a catalyst and decompose bi-molecules of hydrogen break them into simple molecules.
At the same time, these hydrogen molecules in contact with the surface of nickel atoms. The electrons
in hydrogen atoms are deposited by nickel atoms in the Fermi band and omforenes deeper into the crystal structure of nickel atoms. This is how the Nickel Hydrogen fusion occurs. Professor Christos Stremmenos also believe that the electrons in the central cavity of the nickel crystal results in a force
field. This shield maintains the hydrogen or deuterium nuclei in the nickel atom. Stremmenos believe that this serves
as an energy source for the cold fusion reaction.