F. Cardone, R. Mignani


We review the results obtained in two experiments of cavitating water. In the first experiment, we observed relevant changes in the concentration of the stable chemical elements in cavitated water. In particular, a huge concentration of uranium was found. In the second one, we restricted our analysis to the transuranic region, and found an excess of masses in this range. Our results are probably connected to those recently obtained by Urutskoev and coworkers in the electric explosion of metal foils in water.

From Invited Lecture at COSMION International Conference, Moscow 2001
Gravitation and Cosmology Supplement, 8, 216 (2002)