Bibliography

This is a list of presentations, reports, papers and books written by Edmund Storms.

PAPERS PUBLISHED IN JOURNALS

1. "The variation of lattice parameter with carbon content", E.K. Storms and N.H. Krikorian, J. Phys. Chem. 63 (1959) 1747.

2. "Niobium monocarbide", E.K. Storms, N.H. Krikorian and C.P. Kempter, Analytical Chem. 32 (1960) 1722.

3. "The niobium-niobium carbide system", E.K. Storms and N.H. Krikorian, J. Phys. Chem. 64 (1960) 1471.

4. "Properties of lithium hydride I. Single crystals", F.E. Pretzel, E.K. Storms et al., J. Phys. Chem. Solids 16 (1960) 10.

5. "Lattice dimensions of NbC as a function of stoichiometry", C.P. Kempter, E.K. Storms and R.J. Fries, J. Chem. Phys. 33 (1960) 1873.

6. "The heats of combustion of niobium carbide", E.J. Huber, E.L. Head, C.E. Holley, E.K. Storms and N.H. Krikorian, J. Phys. Chem. 65 (1961) 1846.

7. "The vanadium-vanadium carbide system", E.K. Storms and R.J. McNeal, J. Phys. Chem. 66 (1962) 1401.

8. "The effect of composition on the superconducting transition temperature of tantalum carbide and niobium carbide", A.L. Giorgi, E.G. Szklarz, E.K. Storms, A.L. Bowman and B.T. Matthias, Phys. Rev. 125 (1962) 837.

9. "Investigation of Ta2C, Nb2C and V2C for superconductivity", A.L. Giorgi, E.G. Szklarz, E.K. Storms and A.L. Bowman, Phys. Rev. 129 (1963) 1524.

10. "Mössbauer hyperfine spectra of Ta181 in Ta and in W", W.A. Steyert, R.D. Taylor and E.K. Storms, Phys. Rev. Letters 14 (1964) 739.

11. "A mass spectrometric study of the vapor pressure of U(g) and UC2(g) over various compositions in the uranium-carbon system", E.K. Storms, Proceedings "Thermodynamics, Vol 1" (1966) 309.

12. "Observation of the Mössbauer effect in the 6.2 kev X-ray of Ta181", R.D. Taylor, W.A. Steyert, E.K. Storms, and T.A. Kitchens, Bull. Am. Phys. Soc. 10 (1965) 491.

13."The crystal structures of V2C and Ta2C", A.L. Bowman, E.K. Storms, et al., Acta Cryst. 19 (1965) 6.

14. "Thermal expansion of vanadium carbides", E.K. Storms and C.P. Kempter, J. Chem. Phys. 42 (1965) 2043.

15. "Low temperature heat capacity of niobium carbide as a function of composition", T.A. Sandenaw and E.K. Storms, J. Phys. Chem. Solids 27 (1966) 217.

16. "Thermal expansion of some niobium carbides", C.P. Kempter and E.K. Storms, J. Less-Common Metals 13 (1967) 443.

17. "Actinide carbides , A review of thermodynamic properties" C.E. Holley and E.K. Storms, Thermodynamics of Nuclear Materials, (1967) 397.

18. "Heat of formation of uranium carbide", E.K. Storms and E.J. Huber, J. Nucl. Mater. 23 (1967) 19.

19. "The vaporization behavior of defect carbides. Part I: The Nb-C system", E.K. Storms, B. Calkin and A. Yencha, High Temp. Sci. 1 (1969) 431.

20. "Changes in X-ray emission spectra with compound formation: Niobium L-spectra in niobium carbide", G.L. DePoorter and E.K. Storms, High Temp. Sci. 1 (1969) 294.

21. "Enthalpy of formation of zirconium carbide", F.B. Baker, E.K. Storms and C.E. Holley, J. Chem. Eng. Data 14 (1969) 244.

22. "Some effects of a temperature gradient on Knudsen Effusion", E.K. Storms, High Temp. Sci. 1 (1969) 456.

23. "The vaporization behavior of defect carbides. Part II: The Y-C system", E.K. Storms, High Temp. Sci. 3 (1971) 99.

24. "The chemical thermodynamic properties of nuclear materials II. The uranium carbides", F.L. Oetting, J.D. Navvatil and E.K. Storms, J. Nucl. Mater. 45 (1972/73) 271.

25. "The crystal structure of Cr23C6", A.L. Bowman, G.P. Arnold, E.K. Storms, N.G. Nereson, Acta Cryst. B28 (1972) 3102.

26. "Thermodynamic and phase relationships of the zirconium-uranium-carbon system", E.K. Storms and J. Griffin, High Temp. Sci. 5 (1973) 423.

27. "The vaporization behavior of the defect carbides. Part IV: The Zr-C system", E.K. Storms and J. Griffin, High Temp. Sci. 5 (1973) 291.

28. "Thermal conductivity of sub-stoichiometric ZrC and NbC", E.K. Storms and P. Wagner, High Temp. Sci. 5 (1973) 454.

29. "The vaporization behavior of the defect carbides. Part III: The V-C system", E.K. Storms, A. Lowe, E. Baca and J. Griffin, High Temp. Sci. 5 (1973) 276.

30. " Atom vacancies and their effects on the properties of NbN containing carbon, oxygen or boron. Part II: Superconducting transition temperature", E.K. Storms, A.L. Giorgi and E.G. Szklarz, J. Phys. Chem. Solids 36 (1975) 689.

31. " Atom vacancies and their effects on the properties of NbN containing carbon, oxygen or boron. Part I: Phase boundary, thermodynamic and lattice parameter", E.K. Storms, High Temp. Sci. 7 (1975) 103.

32. "Thermal transport in refractory carbides", R.E. Taylor and E.K. Storms, Thermal Conductivity 14 (1976) 16.

33. "Phase relationship and thermodynamic properties of metal borides. The Mo-B system and elemental boron", E.K. Storms and B.A. Mueller, J. Phys. Chem. 81 (1977) 318.

34. "The enthalpies of formation of Mo2C and Mo3C2 by fluorine bomb calorimetry", G.K. Johnson, W.H. Hubbard and E.K. Storms, J. Chem. Thermo.10 (1977) 21.

35. "Work function measurements of lanthanum-boron compounds", D.L. Jacobson and E.K. Storms, Plasma Sci. 6 (1978) 191.

36. "Phase relationship, vaporization and thermodynamic properties of the lanthanum-boron system", E.K. Storms and B Mueller, J. Phys. Chem. 82 (1978) 51.

37. "A study of surface stoichiometry and thermionic emission using LaB6", E.K. Storms and B. Mueller, J. Appl. Phys. 50 (1979) 3691.

38. "The emissivity of LaB6 at 650 nm", E.K. Storms, J. Appl. Phys. 50 (1979) 4450.

39. "Thermionic emission and atom vaporization of the Gd-B system", E.K. Storms and B. Mueller, J. Appl. Phys. 52 (1981) 2966.

40. "A contribution to the theory of high temperature vaporization and electron emission: Application to neodymium hexaboride and lanthanum hexaboride", E.K. Storms, J. Appl. Phys. 52 (1981) 2961.

41. "Phase relationship, vaporization and thermodynamic properties of neodymium hexaboride", E.K. Storms, J. Phys. Chem. 85 (1981) 1536.

42. "Thermionic emission and vaporization behavior of the ternary systems of LaB6 containing MoB, MoB2, ZrB2, GdB6, and NdB6", E.K. Storms, J. Appl. Phys. 54 (1983) 1076.

43. "Analytical and structural analysis of the lanthanum deficient lanthanum hexaboride", M.J. McKelvy, L. Eyring and E.K. Storms, J. Phys. Chem. 88 (1984)1785.

44. "Sublimation thermodynamics of UO2-x", E.K. Storms, J. Nucl. Mater. 132 (1985) 231.

45. "Thermodynamics and phase equilibria in the vanadium-silicon system", E.K. Storms and C.E. Myers, High Temp. Sci. 20 (1985) 87.

46. "Vaporization thermodynamics of Pd-B(liquid) and Pd-B-C(liquid)", E.K. Storms and E.G. Szklarz, J. Less-Common Metals 135, 217 (1987)

47. "Vaporization thermodynamics of Ni-B(liquid) and Ni-B-C(liquid)", E.K. Storms and E.G. Szklarz, J. Less-Common Metals 135, 229 (1987).

48. "Vaporization thermodynamics of PdAsx(liquid), Pd0.75(As1-xBx)0.25 (liquid) and elemental arsenic", E.K. Storms and E.G. Szklarz, J. Less-Common Metals (1987).

49. "An equation which describes fission gas release from UN reactor fuel", E. K. Storms, J. Nucl. Mater. 158 (1988) 119.

50. "The Gibbs energy of formation for URe2 obtained from the interaction between UN and Re", E.K. Storms and D.G. Czechowicz, J. Nucl. Mater. 167 (1989) 169.

COLD FUSION

51. "Electrolytic tritium production", E. K. Storms and C. Talcott, Fusion Technol. 17 (1990) 680.

52. "The effect of hydriding on the physical structure of palladium and on the release of contained tritium", E. K. Storms and C. Talcott-Storms, Fusion Technol. 20 (1991) 246.

53. "Review of experimental observations about the cold fusion effect", E. K. Storms, Fusion Technol. 20 (1991) 433.

54. "Measurements of excess heat from a Pons-Fleischmann Type electrolytic cell using palladium sheet", E. K. Storms, Fusion Technol. 23 (1993) 230.

Hearing before the Subcommittee on Energy of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology U.S. House of Representatives, May 5, 1993, #38, p. 114.

55. "Warming Up to Cold Fusion", E. K. Storms, MIT Technology Review, May/June 1994, page 19

56. "Chemically-Assisted Nuclear Reactions, The Cold Fusion effect", E. K. Storms, Cold Fusion 1, #3 (1994) 42.

57. "Cold Fusion: From Reasons to Doubt to Reasons to Believe", E. K. Storms, Infinite Energy, 1, #1 (1995) 23.

58. "Cold Fusion: A Challenge to Modern Science", E. K. Storms, J. Sci. Exploration 9, #4 (1995) 585.

59. "The Nature of the Energy-Active State in Pd-D" E. K. Storms, Infinite Energy, 1, #5 & 6, (1996) 77.

60. "How to Produce the Pons-Fleischmann Effect", E. K. Storms, J. Fusion Technol. 29 (1996) 261.

61. "A Review of the Cold Fusion Effect", E. K. Storms, J. Sci. Exploration 10, #2 (1996) 185 (full text in: http://www.jse.com/storms/1.html).

62. "A Study of Those Properties of Palladium that Influence Excess Energy Production by the "Pons-Fleischmann" Effect.", E., K. Storms, Infinite Energy 2, #8 (1996) 50.

63. "Formation of b-PdD Containing High Deuterium Concentration Using Electrolysis of Heavy-Water", E. K. Storms, J. Alloys and Compounds 268 (1998) 89.

64. "Cold Fusion, An Outcast of Science", E. K. Storms, 21st Century Science & Technology, Winter 1997/1998, page 19.

65. "Cold Fusion Revisited", E. K. Storms, Infinite Energy , 4, #21 (1998) 16.

66. "The 7th International Conference on Cold Fusion, The Latest Word about Cold Fusion", E. K. Storms, 21st Century Science & Technology, Summer 1998, page 15.

67. "What Ever Happened to Cold Fusion", E. K. Storms, 21st Century and Technology, Winter 1998-1999, page 14.

68. Book review of "Discovery of Cold Fusion" by H. Kozima and "Nuclear Transmutation, the Reality of Cold Fusion", by T. Mizuno. 21st Century Science, Spring, 1999.

69. "My life with cold fusion as a reluctant mistress", E. K. Storms, Inifinite Energy 4, #24 (1999) 42.

70. "Anomalous Heat Generated by Electrolysis Using a Palladium Cathode and Heavy Water", E. K. Storms, Infinite Energy 5, #27 (1999) 73.

71. "The Present Status of Chemically-Assisted Nuclear Reactions", E. K. Storms, Infinite Energy 5, #29 (1999) 26.

72. "A Critical Evaluation of the Pons-Fleischmann Effect (Part 1)", Infinite Energy 6, #31 (2000) 10.

73. "A Critical Evaluation of the Pons-Fleischmann Effect (Part 2)", Infinite Energy 6, #32 (2000) 52 (2000).

BOOKS

1. "TheRefractory Carbides", E.K. Storms, Academic Press, NY (1967).

2. Contribution to "The thermodynamics of refractory materials", E.K. Storms in Fundamental Aspects of Refractory Compounds, Plenum Press, NY (1968).

3. Contribution to "Phase relationships and electrical properties of refractory carbides and nitrides", E.K. Storms in Solid State Chem., Vol. 10. MTP International Review of Science, University Press (1972) 37.

4. Contribution to "Phase diagrams", E.K. Storms in Metals Handbook, 8th edition (1973).

5. Contribution to "Preparation of the carbides", E.K. Storms in Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Verlag Chemie, Florida (1983, 1991)).

6. "The chemical thermodynamics of actinide elements and compounds, Part 6: The actinide carbides", C.E. Holley, Jr., M.H. Rand, E.K. Storms, IAEA, Vienna (1984).

PRESENTATIONS AT CONFERENCES

1. "The niobium-niobium carbide system", E.K. Storms, presented at the ACS Meeting, Cleveland ,1960.

2. "The effect of a temperature gradient on the apparent pressure in a Knudsen effusion cell", E.K. Storms, presented at 12th annual Conf. on Mass Spect. and Applied Topics, Montreal, 7-12 June 1964.

3. "Studies of partial molar quantities at high temperatures using a mass spectrometer" E.K. Storms, presented at 14th Annual Conf. on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics, Dallas, 1966.

4. "An evaluation of the heat of vaporization of uranium from the behavior of the U-C system", E.K. Storms presented at the International Symposium on High Temperature Chemistry, 8-10 May 1967.

5. "Actinide carbides: A review of thermodynamic properties", C.E. Holley and E.K. Storms presented at the Symposium on Thermodynamics of Nuclear Materials, IAEA, Vienna, 4-8 Sept. 1967.

6. "Sublimation of niobium carbides: Disordered carbon defects in NbC", E.K. Storms presented at the International Symposium on High Temperature Chemistry, 8-10 May 1967.

7. "The uranium-carbon and plutonium-carbon systems", E.K. Storms presented to the Vienna Panel, 9-13 Sept. 1968.

8. "Mössbauer effect measurements in Ta181", R.D. Taylor and E.K. Storms presented at Am. Phys. Soc. Meeting, Honolulu, 2-4 Sept 1969.

9. "The use of a highly sensitive mass spectrometer for thermodynamic and phase relationship studies in carbide systems", E.K. Storms presented at the Triennial International Mass Spectrometry Conference, University of Brussels, 31 Aug. 1970.

10."Problems of extrapolating measurements to very high temperatures", E.K. Storms presented at AEC In-House Conference on Thermodynamics, Golden CO, 4-5 Dec. 1972.

11. "High temperature-low density ZrC insulators made by chemical vapor-deposition", A.R. Driesner, E.K. Storms, P. Wagner and T.C. Wallace presented at the Chemical Vapor Deposition Conference, Boston, 8 Oct. 1973, p473.

12. "The energetics of the group 5a carbides as applied to the band structure and superconductivity", E.K. Storms presented at AIME Conference on Compounds of Refractory Metals and Alloys, University of Pittsburgh, 1974.

13. "Evaluation of some promising electrode materials for thermionic energy conversion", E.K. Storms, S.R. Skaggs, D.L. Jacobson, T. Kouts and J. Jaskie presented at 1976 IEEE International Conf. on Plasma Sci. Austin, TX, 24-26 May 1976.

14. "Comments on the vaporization behavior of thermionic emitters", E.K. Storms and B. Mueller presented at ERDA-NASA Thermionic Program Review, Austin, 27 May 1976.

15. "Thermionic topping of a solar power plant using converters containing lanthanum hexaboride electrodes", E.K. Storms presented at Solar Tower Test Facility, Users Association Meeting, Golden, CO, 11-12 April 1978.

16. "A very accurate pyrometer for general laboratory use", E.K. Storms and B. Mueller presented at 10th Materials Research Sym. on Characterization of High Temp. Vapors and Gases, Gaithersburg, MD, 18-22 Sept 1978.

17. "Thermionic properties of the molybdenum boron system", E.K. Storms presented at 15th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Seattle, 18-22 Aug. 1980.

18. "The thermionic work functions of compounds", E.K. Storms presented at the 1980 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Madison, 19-21 May 1980.

19. "An approach to producing a successful bond between LaB6 and Ta", E.K. Storms presented at the 1980 IEEE International Conference on Plasma Science, Madison, 19-21 May 1980.

20. "Trends and implications within the thermodynamic properties of refractory hard metal compounds", E.K. Storms presented at the 1981 Joint TMS-AIME and BSD-ACS Fall Meeting, Louisville, 11-15 Oct. 1981.

21. "Thermodynamics and thermionic properties of the rare earth borides", E.K. Storms presented at the Ninth Midwest High Temperature Chemistry Conf., Los Alamos, 9-11 June 1981.

22. "Mass spectrometry as a route to very accurate thermochemical data", E.K. Storms presented at the Thirtieth Annual Conference on Mass Spectrometer and Allied Topics, Honolulu, 1982.

23. "The relationship between the vaporization of atoms and electrons", E.K. Storms presented at the Symposium on High Temperature Materials Chemistry, San Francisco, 9-13 May 1983.

24. "Thermodynamics and phase equilibria in the vanadium-silicon system", E. K. Storms, and C. E. Myers, presented at the Fourth International Conference on High-Temperature and Energy-Related Materials, Santa Fe, NM, April 2-6, 1984.

25. "Oxygen transport in a high temperature reactor", E.K. Storms and K. Ramsey presented at the Third Symposium on Space Nuclear Power Systems, Albuquerque, 13 Jan. 1986.

26. "Chemical characterization of UN fuel material", D.G. Czechowicz, B. Matthews, and E.K. Storms presented at the Fourth Symposium on Space Nuclear Power Systems, Albuquerque, 15 Jan. 1987.

27. "The Gibbs energy of formation for URe2", E. K. Storms and D. G. Czechowicz, Seventh International Sym. on Thermodynamics of Nuclear Materials, Chicago, Il, Sept. 26-29, 1988.

28. "A new correlation to describe fission gas release from UN reactor fuel", E. K. Storms, presented at the Fifth Symposium on Space Nuclear Power Systems, Albuquerque, 11-14 Jan. 1988.

29. "A study of electrolytic tritium production", E. K. Storms and C. Talcott, The First Annual Conference on Cold Fusion, Salt Lake City, Utah, 28 Mar. 1990, pp.

30. "The status of cold fusion from a believers viewpoint", E.K. Storms, Am. Ceramic Soc, 92nd Meeting, Dallas, TX, 22 April 1990.

31. "The effect of hydriding on the physical structure of palladium and on the release of contained tritium", E. K. Storms and C. Talcott-Storms, Proceedings of the Conference on Anomalous Nuclear Effects in Deuterium/Solid Systems", BYU, Utah, Oct. 22-24, 1990.

32. "Cold Fusion, conflict between ego and observation", E. K. Storms, Invited seminar at UC, San Diego, March 4, 1991. Invited seminar at CEGA, San Diego, March 1, 1991.

33. "High-Temperature mixed carbide fuels for space propulsion reactors", D. Czechowicz, F. G. Hampel, and E. K. Storms, Proc.. Eighth Sym.. on Space Nucl. Power Systems, Albuquerque, NM Jan. 6-10, 1991, p. 1059.

34. "Carbide fuels for nuclear thermal reactors", R. B. Matthews, K. V. Davidson, W. A. Stark, and E. K. Storms, AIAA/NASA/OAI Conf. on Advanced SEI Tech., Cleveland, OH, Sept. 4-6, 1991.

35. "The effect of fuel geometry on the time-temperature performance of advanced nuclear thermal rocket reactors", E. K. Storms, D. L. Hanson, and W. L. Kirk, AIAA/NASA/OAI Conf. on Advanced SEI Tech., Cleveland, OH, Sept. 4-6, 1991.

36."Measurement of excess heat from a Pons-Fleischmann-type electrolytic cell", E. Storms, 3rd International Conference on Cold Fusion, Nagoya, Japan, Oct. 21-25, 1992.

37. "New results and old prejudices from the established field of cold fusion", E. Storms, Invited talk at 10th Sym. on Space Nuclear Power and Propulsion, Jan. 10-14, 1993, Albquerque, NM

38."General Issues for Increasing a Propulsion Reactor's Lifetime and Maximum Temperature", E. Storms, Workshop on Hydrogen Corrosion in Nuclear Thermal Propulsion Reactors, Albq. NM, Jan. 9, 1993.

39."Vaporization behavior of UxZr1-xC1-y nuclear fuel materials in hydrogen at high pressures and temperatures", D. P. Butt and E. K. Storms, Nuclear Tech, for Space Exploration Conf., Jackson Hole, WY, Aug. 16-19, 1992.

40. "Factors affecting fuel behavior and time-temperature predictions", E. K. Storms, D. Butt, T. Wallace and W. Stark, Space Nuclear Thermal Propulsion (SNTP) Program Advanced Fuel Evaluation, Albquerque, NM, March 3-4, 1993.

COLD FUSION

41. "The status of "Cold Fusion". E. K. Storms, 28th Intersociety Energy Conversion Engineering Conference, Atlanta, GA, Aug. 8-13, 1993.

42. "Statement on Cold Fusion presented before the Subcommittee on Energy, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U. S. House of Representatives", May 5, 1993. Number 38, page 114.

43. "Some Characteristics of Heat Production Using the 'Cold Fusion' Effect". E. K. Storms, Fourth International Conference on Cold Fusion, Lahaina, Maui, Dec. 6-9, 1993.

44. "Methods Required for the Production of Excess Energy Using the Electrolysis of Palladium in D2O-Based Electrolyte". E. K. Storms, International Symposium, "Cold Fusion and Advanced Energy Sources", Belarusian State Univ., Minsk, Belarus, May 24-26. 1994.

45. "Status of "Cold Fusion", E. K. Storms, Proc. Fifth International Conference on Cold Fusion, International Conference on Cold Fusion 5, Valbonne France (1995), p. 1. (Verbatim transcript printed in Infinite Energy 1, #4 (1995) 32.

46. "The Nature of the Energy-Active State in Pd-D", E. K. Storms, II Workshop on the Loading of Hydrogen/Deuterium in Metals, Characterization of Materials and Related Phenomenon, Asti, Italy, Oct. 11-13, 1995.

47. "Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions", E. K. Storms, SOFE-95, Sept 30-Oct. 5, 1995,Champaign, IL

48. "Summary of Studies using IMRA Palladium", E. K. Storms, Talk given at Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), Washington, DC, Feb. 14, 1996.

49. "Some Thoughts on the Nature of the Nuclear-Active Regions in Palladium", Progress in Hydrogen Energy (M. Okamoto, ed.), Proc. 6th International Conference on Cold Fusion, Hokkaido, Japan, Oct. 13-18, 1996, Vol. 1, page 105.

50. "A God's-Eye View of Cold Fusion", Fourth International Symposium on New Energy, Denver, CO, May 23-26, 1997. Transcript in Electrifying Times 5, #3, page 1 (Winter 1997-1998).

51. "Relationship Between Open-Circuit-Voltage and Heat Production in a Pons-Flesichmann Cell", Proc. of the Seventh International Conference on Cold Fusion, April 20-23, 1998, Vancouver, page 356. (http://www.nde.esa.lanl.gov/cf/storms/iccf7p1.htm)

52. "My Life with Cold Fusion as a Reluctant Mistress", Talk given at "Cold Fusion and New Energy Symposium 1998", Oct. 11, 1998, Manchester, NH.

53. "Anomalous Heat Generated by Electrolysis Using a Palladium Cathode and Heavy Water", APS Meeting, Atlanta, GA, March 26, 1999.

54. "The Present Status of Chemically Assisted Nuclear Reactions", ACS Meeting, Ontario, CA, Oct. 6-8, 1999

55. "Excess Power Production from Platinum Cathodes using the Pons-Fleischmann Effect", APS Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, March 20-24, 2000.

56. "Excess Power Production from Platinum Cathodes using the Pons-Fleischmann Effect", ICCF-8, Italy, May 22, 2000.

TECHNICAL REPORTS

1. "The maximum in the lattice parameter versus composition curve of the group 4a carbides", E.K. Storms, LA-DC-6529.

2. "A critical review of refractories", E.K. Storms, LA-2942 (1964).

3. "Thermal transport in refractory carbides", R. E. Taylor, K. Y. Wu, and E. K. Storms, Technical Report AFOSR, July 1974.

4. "An analytical representation of the thermal conductivity and electrical resistivity of UC1+x, PuC1+x, and (UyPu1-y)C1±x", E.K. Storms, LA-9524 (1982).

5. "Uranium Nitride Fuel Development for the SP-100 Ground Engineering System Project", R. B. Matthews, K. M. Chidester, D. G. Czechowicz, C. W. Hoth, R. E. Mason, R. L. Petty, D. W. Carroll, E. K. Storms, and R. C. Wilhelm, Los Alamos National Laboratory report LA-10869-MS (July 1987).

6. "Physical and Chemical Reactions in Uranium Nitride Fuel Pins for the SP-100 Reactor", E. K. Storms, R. B. Matthews and R. E. Mason, LA-11170-MS (1988).

7. "Compatibility studies of High-Temperature fuels and cladding", E.K. Storms and D.G. Czechowicz, LA-11571-MS (1989).

8. "Compatibility issues in the SP-100 fuel system", E. K. Storms, LA-11468-MS (1989).

9. "The behavior of ZrC1-x and UyZr1-yC1-x in flowing hydrogen at very high temperatures", E. K. Storms, LA-12043-MS (1991).

PATENTS

1. "Liquid Metal Ion Source and Alloy", W. M. Clark, Jr., M. W. Utlaut, R. G. Behrens, E. G. Szklarz, E. K. Storms, R. P. Santandrea, and L. W. Swanson, US 4,775,818, Oct. 4, 1988).

2. "Liquid Metal Ion Source and Alloy for Ion Emission of Multiple Ionic Species", W. M. Clark, Jr., M. W. Utlaut, J. A. Wysocki, E. K. Storms, E. G. Szklarz, R. G. Behrens, L. W. Swanson, and A. E. Bell, US 4,670,685, Jun. 2 1987.

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