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SEEBECK ENVELOPE CALORIMETRY WITH A Pd|D2O + H2SO4 ELECTROLYTIC CELL
Condensed Matter Nuclear Science
Anomalous excess heat in Pd|D2O+H2SO4 electrolytic cells was confirmed using an accurate method of heat measurement, Seebeck Envelope Calorimetry. A cell was placed in the calorimeter, which measures the output heat flux directly and avoids many of the problems other methods have. The maximum excess power thus far was 1.3 W (or 11 W cm 3 ) with input power of 13 W at a current density of 0.4 A cm 2 . Calibrations were carried out before and after electrolysis experiments using adoi:10.1142/9789812772985_0009 fatcat:xa5ry3bjdjddlf65bfmg5t5tdu