Unexpected result on LENR experiments: Zener-like behavior of Constantan sub-micrometric wires after D2-Xe loading-deloading in closed air.

Celani F., Lorenzetti C., Notargiacomo L., Purchi E., Vassallo G., Fiorilla S., Ortenzi B., Santandrea F., Nakamura M., Spallone A., Boccanera P., Cupellini S., Burri R., Nuvoli A., Pella S., Cirilli P.
  Giovedì 14/09   16:00 - 19:00   Aula A222   VI - Fisica applicata, acceleratori e beni culturali
In the framework of LENR studies, especially devoted to get Anomalous Heat Effects (AHE), since 2011 experiments have been performed using Constantan ($Cu_{55}Ni_{44}Mn_{1}$) because large values of the catalytic energy (3 eV) provides $H_{2}\rightarrow 2H$ dissociation. Over time, the fabrication procedure was improved adding $Sr-Fe-KMnO_{4}$-glass fiber to the submicrometric surface of thin Constant wires. Latest experiments had fibers still wetted by D2O: AHE has been observed since the beginning of experiments. The behavior of plot resistance-current, last applied along the wire, is similar to $diode$ Zener $effect$. Lasted for current up to 700 mA, along full wire of 120 cm length, when it absorbed Deuterium, under closed-air atmosphere. The effect seems to be correlated with AHE.