High Energy Particle Physics

   

Empirical Data of Nuclear Reactions that Take Place in Conditions of Cold Fusion

Authors: Giancarlo Gazzoni

Classical semi-empirical analysis of beta decay, decays to electron capture and the phenomena of "cold fusion" This article dealt with a statistical empirical decays b + b -., with empirical formulas semiclassical. derivate da semplici osservabili macroscopiche. derived from simple macroscopic observables. In this way, we can find and "isolate" sensitive variables which determine the rate of decay of nuclei." and we can begin to understand how to intervene "to artificially change the natural rate of decay, and find ways to invalidate, fission and fuse nuclei in terms of energy" cool " We can identify the underlying mechanism that allows this type of decays, and we can understand why the decay times, for b + , electron capture and decay a are the same when the decay modes occur simultaneously. We can understand the mechanisms of the mysterious so-called Cold Fusion. and explain how weak mergers occur in environments with very low energy density.

Comments: 54 pages.

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[v1] 31 Mar 2011

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