Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry
The journal, which the New York Times describes as "a specialty publication not widely circulated," became more broadly known in 1989 when Martin Fleischmann and Stanley Pons published a description of their controversial cold fusion research in it, withdrawing their work from publication in Nature after questions were raised during peer review there.
The journal began publishing in 1959. From 1967–1992 it was published under a longer name, the Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry and Interfacial Electrochemistry.
- Broad, William J. (October 30, 1990), "Cold Fusion Still Escapes Usual Checks Of Science", New York Times.
- Wageningen UR Library Catalogue.
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