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electrochemists

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  • n. Plural form of electrochemist.

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  • Unless there are other scientists who try to question the integrity and findings of those electrochemists on the proper methods to produce excess heat from the process of cold fusion, the world will be waiting.

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  • Well, there's nothing wrong if the two electrochemists would try to visit Surigao and have a look at the site where geuterium deposits are aplenty.

    Philippine Heavy Water Awaits Exploration

  • Miles, for example, was a Fellow of China Lake and one of the most distinguished electrochemists.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » ClimateGate Updates

  • In so doing, "I became the first journalist ever to penetrate this Fort Knox of the fuel-cell world," and there he witnessed "dramatic breakthroughs," "visionaries" hard at work, and long lines of "brilliant physicists and electrochemists."

    Crossing the Red Line

  • Twenty years to the day that two electrochemists ignited controversy by announcing signs of cold fusion at an infamous press conference in Utah (watch a video of the 1989 event), a separate team has made a similar claim in the same US state.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • The process, which allegedly created an unexpected burst of heat in an experiment by electrochemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at the University of Utah, apparently occurred when some heavy water (water that contained extra hydrogen isotopes called deuterium), was zapped with electricity by an electrode made of palladium (a rare metal).

    Scientific American

  • It's been 20 years to the day since Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons, electrochemists at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, announced the discovery of what they believed to be "cold fusion" (now often referred to as low-energy nuclear reactions, or LENR), a room-temperature nuclear reaction that reportedly generated an unexplained amount of heat.

    Energy Tribune

  • 'All the contributions in this volume are well up to the standard of this excellent series and will be of great value to electrochemists ...

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  • And like lousy electrochemists moving into physics you’ve got a group of people that isn’t the brightest.

    Another Inch at Sciencemag « Climate Audit

  • [[electrochemistry | electrochemists]] often use volume / volume, while [[Chemical engineering | chemical engineers]] may use mass / mass as well as volume / volume.

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