Google Receives Two LENR Patents

On February 7, 2019 two assigned Google Inc. LENR technology patents were published. They were each filed on August 3, 2017 in conjunction with the University of Maryland.

I. “Enhanced Electron Screening Through Plasmon Oscillations” 

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Inventors: David K. Fork (Mountain View, CA), Jeremy N. Munday (North Bethesda, MD), Tarun Narayan (Washington, DC), Joseph B. Murray (Laurel MD)
Applicant: Google Inc., Mountain View CA; University of Maryland, College Park MD Appl. No.15/668436; Filed: August 3, 2017; Published: February 7, 2019.

Abstract:

Enhanced Coulomb repulsion screening around light element nuclei is achieved by way of utilizing electromagnetic (EM) radiation to induce plasmon oscillations in target structures (e.g., nanoparticles) …

II. “Target Structure For Enhanced Electron Screening” 

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Inventors: Fork, David K. (Mountain View, CA); Munday, Jeremy N. (North Bethesda, MD); Narayan, Tarun (Washington, DC); Murray, Joseph B. (Laurel, MD)
Applicant: Google Inc. Mountain View CA; University of Maryland, College Park MD Appl. No. 15/668499; Filed: August 3, 2017; Published: February 7, 2019.

Abstract:

Enhanced Coulomb repulsion (electron) screening around light element nuclei is achieved by way of utilizing target structures (e.g., nanoparticles) that undergo plasmon oscillation when subjected to electromagnetic (EM) radiation …

A nice article summarizing the patents and connections within the LENR industry can be found at: Google Corporation LENR Energy Patents: History and Skill-Set of the Inventors

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