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Science  04 Aug 1989:
Vol. 245, Issue 4917, pp. 452
DOI: 10.1126/science.245.4917.452-c


In Robert Pool's Research News article of 21 April (p. 284), "Skepticism grows over cold fusion," the following remark was incorrectly attributed to electrochemist Allen J. Bard (p. 285, col. 1). "The lesson that more heat is produced than is accounted for by burning all the setup is starting to get through to me. The effects are starting to add up to a fairly strong case." That statement was made by another panelist at the cold fusion session of the April 1989 American Chemical Society meeting in Dallas, Texas.

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