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529 Referenced Papers (link)

LENR at GRC (pdf)

LENR Research using CoDeposition  (pdf)

Lenr:. Superfluids, Self-Trapping and Non-Self States (link)

LENR/”Cold Fusion” and Modern Physics: A Crisis Within a Crisis (link)

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