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AASCIT Communications | Volume 2, Issue 5 | Jul. 18, 2015 online | Page:179-184
Hypothesis of a Double Barrier Regarding the D-D Interaction in a Pd Lattice: A Possible Explanation of CF Experiment Failures
During the past 15 years, disputable experimental evidence has built up for low energy nuclear reaction phenomena (LERN) in specialized heavy hydrogen systems [1-4]. Actually we can’t say that a new branch of science is beginning. In spite of experimental contributions, the real problem is that the theoretical statements of LERN are not known. In this work we analyze the deuteron-deuteron reactions within palladium lattice by means of the coherence theory of nuclear and condensed matter [5] and, using this general theoretical framework accepted from ‘cold fusion scientists’, will show the low occurrence probability of fusion phenomena.
Fulvio Frisone, Department of Physics of the University of Catania, Catania, Italy.
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Submitted: Apr. 11, 2015
Accepted: Jul. 2, 2015
Published: Jul. 18, 2015
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