Cold Fusion Reactions by Renzo Mondaini

Cold Fusion as anybody it showed it to date.
Video made in 2006 by Renzo Mondaini in Ravenna, Italy.
If you want to hear the sounds of the reactions, see the video in its original language.

23 thoughts on “Cold Fusion Reactions by Renzo Mondaini

    1. Oleg Okulov

      +Renzo Mondaini
      I have indirect confirmation that Renzo exp with Al to SI is not cold
      fusion process…Oxide of silicon is a very durable material. I took
      obtained in the experiment white glass and shattered it with a slight blow
      of the spoon!…you can not do a chemical analysis to confirm after this

      Renzo, did u try to crush white glass obtained from your exp with Al?

  1. eduardo Hernandez

    Greetings Renzo. Are you getting cold nuclear fusión? I wonder only an
    electrode be incandescent. In fact is the anode, it isn’t?

  2. Alkis05

    This is not cold fusion, its the combustion of hidrogen in contact with
    oxigen bubbles and the heat of the catodes.

    Fake video or not very smart pseudo-science

  3. Renzo Mondaini

    Dear diehortusxana
    I stabilized with two capacitors 400 MF 450 V, with a 10 Kohm resistor 10 W
    in parallel to lower the voltage, when I turn off.
    I’m also struggling to replicate the transformation Al > Si, the aluminum
    must be 4 mm diameter, the drop has to come off, burn and float on the
    water for a few seconds. when it will fall to the bottom, will have the
    If you want a transmutation easy, try to look at my video “O + O = S”.
    In these my experiments I’ve never noticed a significant energy production.
    I built a calorimeter, but I have never exceeded the efficiency of 120%.
    This is too insignificant for commercial use.
    Excuse me, I wrote this with Google Translator, and the speaker of my
    videos is not a technician.

  4. George Gibbens

    Respectfully Sir, the -OH ion IS (In MY opinion) made from electrolysis of
    Water AND The ‘Electrolyte’. I know that You used a verity of metal salts
    And This could happen with most of them (I THINK) but I am Most familiar
    with table salt in water so I will discribe that it DOES APPLY the the
    other Electrolytes you used (Again IN MY Opinion) particularly Metal
    salts… H2O + NaCl >electrolysis> =HCL + Naoh + H2O~=~ NaCl + 2(H2O)
    normally this is what you would expect BUT H and Cl are both GASES That
    LEAVE THE beaker before that equilibrium can be Achieved!! So you are
    always making more -OHs then +Hs those your solution become increasingly
    alkali . This is based On what I Learned in school Although I DON’T have a
    degree in a pure Science I Took a lot of Science classes in my study of
    Structural Engineering; But like You I have An “Inner Scientist” and I find
    That Learning and Exploring “Hands On” is the Joy of any TRUE Scientist;
    Like You and I Who Study and Learn because WE MUST! IT”S A DRIVE! the
    curiosity, learning and Understanding that follows is like AIR To Those of
    us Who Hunger for knowledge! Sorry Don’t mean to rant (Or to offend I
    respect you very much) But I think that is why you noticed a slippery
    feeling in the water after electrolysis

  5. Gianni Laschi

    +Renzo Mondaini mi piacerebbe sapere se è andato avanti in questi
    esperimenti di Fusione fredda/ LENR e magari poter scambiare due parole,
    anche io ultimamamente sto sperimentando un po con questo, ho alcuni video
    nel mio canale Youtube (Gianni Laschi)

  6. flower of life phi

    can you possibly send me an email with solutions plus the mixture you use
    with. I should have taken note when I watched it sorry

  7. Oleg Okulov

    I got the results of chemical analysis: duralumin contained 0.51% silicon
    before the experiment and ~0.53% silicon after. Сonsidering measurement
    errors, we can conclude that the process of cold nuclear fusion did not
    occur. // THERE IS NOT COLD FUSION(LENR with transformation Al to Si),
    …just different chemical reactions from Al+O+K+H+C. result:..Renzo’s experiment with Aluminium is not LENR
    transformation Al to Si.

    // I was looking for only Al to Si transformation…thats mean others LENR
    could happen. The truth is out there.(H to D for example)

  8. Geovani Nogueira

    As you make careless research, you end up making a stupid experiment like
    this. I deeply suggest you to apologise and delete this video….

  9. Francisco Simões

    Hello Renzo…
    Man, your video is very interesting, really…
    But, there’s something missing there, to prove the existence of Nuclear
    You should know, as best as I do, that in the Fusion of Hydrogen, there is
    transmutation of Hydrogen , into Helium.
    So, the greatest proof of the existence of nuclear fusion, is the presence
    of Helium on the electrolytic cell.
    But, to detect Helium, or any other byproducts of a fusion reaction, very
    expensive equipment is required, which is something
    that is out of reach for us, amateur scientists.
    So, in that case, we amateurs, should follow a much more inexpensive route,
    and that route might be:
    By measuring the amount of heat that is being generated, and subtracting
    the amount of energy that is being injected, one could
    have a great proof if a system is generating positive amounts of energy,
    and if it happens to generate much more energy than
    the one that is being injected on the cell, then, that is a great sign that
    Fusion is taking place.
    But, as someone said here before, just showing some nice sparks, as
    interesting as it might be, it doesn’t prove anything related
    to Cold Fusion.

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