A Comparative Analysis about the Role of Lithium
in A. Rossi’s Patent, F. Piantelli’s Patent
and Open Power’s Patent Application
Fig. 1 Open Power’s "Upgraded Parkhomov-
temperature, pressure and webcam control (designed and assembled by Q. Cuccioli
Recently, two important new patents were granted to Andrea Rossi and Francesco Piantelli, as an upgrading of their previous patents (see Appendix for more important details about chronological aspects, and a deeper insight into previous works , e.g. Reginald Little’s)
See A. Rossi , US9115913b1, Fluid heater: https://animpossibleinvention.files.wordpress.com/2015/08/us9115913b1.pdf
and F.Piantelli , WO2012147045A1, Method and apparatus for generating energy by nuclear reactions of hydrogen adsorbed by orbital capture on a nanocrystalline structure of a metal http://www.google.com/patents/WO2012147045A1?hl=it&cl=zh
In the present report, a synthetic comparative analysis of the above mentioned patents will be drawn with respect to Open Power Patent Application, see:
Differences and analogies will be dealed with, from the Lawson’s Ignition Criteria point of view.
For both patents, the formulation of a reaction model is well beyond the scope of present report, hence the following considerations must be considered only as a working hypothesis, to be intended not explicitly attributable to A.Rossi or F. Piantelli, or explicitly reported in their patents.
Aim of the report is, by comparing the three positions, to draw an experimental plan designed for enhancing our preliminary results discussed in previous communications:
and to assemble the corresponding setup suitable for trials.
The reading of a previous our introductory analysis about application of the mentioned ignition criteria is recommended:
as well as our previous reports about the role of lithium in LENR, parts 1-
Lithium, the lightest metal in the periodic table, is known to react, at high energies, both with neutrons and protons (respectively, Li 6 and Li 7 contained in the natural composition), to give an high output of energy related to the mass defect in the involved nuclear reactions (see mentioned patents).
The practical unavailability of such ignition energies, is avoided, both in Rossi’s and Piantelli’s patents, by different but intrinsically similar methods.
According to Lawson’s criteria, an ultradense phase of reactants (hydrogen-