Method for Producing Heavy Electrons

A recent European application by Mauro Schiavon was published on October 5, 2016.

Publication number EP3076396 A1
Publication type Application
Application number EP20160000767
Publication date Oct 5, 2016
Filing date Apr 1, 2016
Priority date Apr 2, 2015
Inventors Mauro Schiavon
Applicant Mauro Schiavon
CARBONIUM S.R.L., ITALY
Nano-Technologies

Abstract
A method is presented for the continuous production of heavy electrons with extra mass values such that they can be captured by hydrogen ions and give rise to the generation of a neutron flux which optionally can be used to trigger and sustain a low energy nuclear reaction.
This method is based on the physical phenomenon of Localized Plasmon Resonance (Local Surface Plasmon Resonance – LSPR).

Description
The present invention relates to a method for producing heavy electrons and the relative utilization of said production of heavy electrons in order to trigger and sustain a low energy nuclear reaction.

Piantelli Receives European Patent

As being reported, the European Patent Office has issued a patent for the Francesco Piantelli’s nickel-hydrogen reaction.

Francesco Piantelli, Professor of biophysics, University of Siena (retired), has been working on Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) or Cold Fusion processes using Nickel and Hydrogen since 1989 and has collaborated with Sergio Focardi since 1990.

A full text of the patent may be found on Daniele Passerini’s site.

ECAT.com launches

Screenshot of ECAT website, captured on Nov 19, 2011

The official ECat website (at www.ecat.com) has launched. According to Andrea Rossi, “Yes, it is the website of our North Europe commercial Branch.”

ECAT.com in Association with Andrea Rossi and Leonardo Corporation offers a platform for interested parties in the ECAT technology.

ECAT.com is currently, as the first site in the World, accepting pre-orders of ECAT products through the ECAT inquiry form on the right. These are non binding pre-orders but guarantees new customers a position on the waiting list which will be subject to a first-come first-serve policy.