Vol. 13, no.3, 2021


Strange radiation and LENR: what's the relation?

Vladislav A. Zhigalov

Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology, http://miet.ru/
Moscow 124498, Zelenograd, Russian Federation
E-mail: zhigalov@gmail.com

Received July 05, 2021, peer-reviewed July 19, 2021, accepted July 26, 2021

Abstract: A review of studies showing the phenomenon of "strange radiation" is given. The issues of relation of this phenomenon with low energy nuclear reactions (LENR) are discussed. The results of our own experiments, revealing such a relation, are presented on the example of two LENR reactors. Based on the developed technique for assessing the intensity of tracks on sensitive materials, it is shown that tracks of strange radiation with high intensity appear only in the near zone of reactors (up to 20 cm). The aftereffect is described, when the tracks appear after the reactor is turned off. The large variability of the intensity of the tracks makes it difficult to use them as a marker of LENR. The paradoxical properties of strange radiation are discussed.

Keywords: strange radiation, low-energy nuclear reactions, LENR

UDK 53.043

RENSIT, 2021, 13(3):329-348 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2021.13.329.

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