Hydrogen Atom Research

Our Mission

To decipher atomic interactions to enable clean, sustainable energy and achieve a zero-carbon future.

About

EXHLAB leads in LENR research, exploring atomic interactions and electron behavior. Located in a hub of innovation, we aim to unlock clean, sustainable energy for a zero-carbon future.

Our Vision

Our vision is clear and unwavering: to revolutionize the energy sector. We aim to harness the immense power of LENR, presenting the world with a sustainable and environmentally-friendly alternative to conventional energy sources.

Research

Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) are intriguing scientific phenomena, where nuclear reactions occur at low temperatures and energies, much different from traditional nuclear power.

Unlocking the Potential of Advanced Energy Solutions

EXHLAB leads in Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) research, focusing on electron behavior within atoms. Our work aims to understand atomic interactions, potentially unlocking clean, sustainable energy solutions for a zero-carbon future.

Publications

Dive into Cutting-Edge Quantum Research with Our Papers.

Dive into Cutting-Edge Quantum Research with Our Papers.

Exotic States of the Hydrogen Atom

We study atomic hydrogen and deuterium, central to LENR experiments, aiming to decipher electron behavior in a hydrogen atom and explain LENR's unexpected energy release.

Hydrogen Atom and LENR

The M2 equation, we unveil potential energy levels below the known ground state, which could redefine energy understanding and open new paths for clean energy production.

Electron-electron bound state

The electron-electron bound state is a theoretical concept that suggests the possibility of two electrons forming a stable bound state when they approach each other closely enough.

The wave function of the electron

Our paper reveals the wave nature of an electron through the solution of the relativistic equation M2, validating Louis de Broglie's hypothesis about the existence of matter waves.

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Cold Fusion History

History of Cold Fusion: Notable Dates and Events

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2004

Fleischmann-Pons Announcement

Chemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at the University of Utah announce that they have achieved nuclear fusion at room temperature, a process they called "cold fusion". This event sparked widespread interest but also controversy and skepticism as other researchers struggled to reproduce their results.

1989

1991

1992

2004

2015

2016

2020

2023

Cold Fusion History

History of Cold Fusion: Notable Dates and Events

1989

1991

1992

2004

2015

2016

2020

2023

Fleischmann-Pons Announcement

Chemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at the University of Utah announce that they have achieved nuclear fusion at room temperature, a process they called "cold fusion". This event sparked widespread interest but also controversy and skepticism as other researchers struggled to reproduce their results.

Cold Fusion History

History of Cold Fusion: Notable Dates and Events

1989

1991

1992

2004

2015

2016

2020

2023

Fleischmann-Pons Announcement

Chemists Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons at the University of Utah announce that they have achieved nuclear fusion at room temperature, a process they called "cold fusion". This event sparked widespread interest but also controversy and skepticism as other researchers struggled to reproduce their results.