Condensed Matter

   

Mesoscopic Catalyst and D-Cluster Fusion

Authors: A.Takahashi, A. Kitamura, Y. Miyoshi, H. Sakoh, A. Taniike, R. Seto, Y. Fujita

Discussions with brief summary of the Kobe group's experiments are given. Phenomenological modeling on mechanisms are made for explaining observed anomalies in D(H)-overloading and high heat-power release rates from nano-palladium-particles and binary metal PdNi nano-particles dispersed in/on ZrO2 ceramics supporter flakes under D(H)-gas loading at room temperature. Roles of PdO layer and Pd-ad-atoms (incomplete outer shell) of nano-Ni-core are modeled as mesoscopic catalysts which have sub-nano-holes (SNH) on nano-particle-surfaces. SNH may realize strong sticking force for D(H)-gas to dissociate and diffuse rapidly into inner local lattice sites. During the beginning process, 4D/TSC cluster fusions with 1watt/g-Pd(or PdNi) may happen on surface. By the very over-loading (x>>1) states in the later region of Phase-I and in the Phase-II after saturation, TSC formation inside nano-particles may be strongly enhanced by the non-linearly coupled QM oscillation (high free energy states of deuterons in local Bloch potentials) under the deep mesoscopic global collective potential well.

Comments: 11 pages, This is a preprint of our paper to Proceedings of JCF11 Meeting, Japan CF-Research Society, to be published in 2011.

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[v1] 22 Dec 2010

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