Solid state hydrogen storage experiments

Every fusor and fusion system seems to need a vacuum. This area is for detailed discussion of vacuum systems, materials, gauging, etc. related to fusor or fusion research.
David Kunkle
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Re: Solid state hydrogen storage experiments

Post by David Kunkle » Sat Nov 26, 2016 4:37 am

I've read the whole thread, but that part didn't stick at the time I guess. Just starting with a new Hydrostik would be the easy winner then.

Why were we talking about vacuum and heat, and charts and graphs to get the old H out of there again? :)
If your experiment needs statistics, you ought to have done a better experiment.

Ernest Rutherford

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