Condensed Matter

   

Physics of Cold Fusion by TSC Theory

Authors: Akito Takahashi

This paper gives explanation on the basic physics of cold fusion by the TSC (tetrahedral symmetric condensate) theory. Models of TSC formation conditions in condensed matter are first proposed. Secondly formulas for cold fusion rates per D(H)-cluster are explained with typical quantitative results. The 4D/TSC fusion and the 4H/TSC WS fusion are answers, respectively for the D (deuterium)-system and the H (protium)-system.

Comments: 6 Pages. Submittal to Proceedings of ICCF17

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[v1] 2012-09-25 18:28:54

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