Authors: Frank Dodd Tony Smith Jr
Graphic Cover summarizes TSC Fusion of D in 147-atom Palladium Clusters; Jitterbug Icosa - Cubocta - Icosa Transformation reloading D into Pd Clusters; and Zeolite Steam Engine utilizing Fusion Energy. The body of the paper gives details of the Pd - D TSC Jitterbug Fusion Process: Clusters of Palladium atoms (also clusters of atoms of Nickel and similar elements) have two basic structures: Icosahedral and Cuboctahedral: 1 - Icosahedon <-> Cuboctahedron Jitterbug Transformation; 2 - Pd clusters with absorbed Deuterium have two states: Icosahedral ground state Cuboctahedral metastable state; 3 - Tetrahedral Symmetric Condensation (TSC) in Icosahedral Pd-D produces Fusion; 4 - Icosahedra TSC Fusion Triggers Jitterbug to Cuboctahedra; 5 - Cuboctahedra reload TSC sites and Jitterbug back to Icosahedra; 6 - Repeat the Cycle. Version 2 (v2) updates some material and adds recipe for Zeolite Pd-D fusion experiment. Version 3 (v3) adds XRD and SEM data for Sandia Pd clusters on SBA-15 substrate. Version 4 (v4) adds TEM data for Sandia Pd Clusters on SBA-15 substrate. Version 5 (v5) reorganizes the material with some revisions, and adds Palladium electron shell structure considerations and comparison with Carbon electron shell structure and graphene. Version 6 (v6) corrects references to those getting positive experimental results. Version 7 (v7) revises discussion of Zeolite Y crystal structure and corrects author name. Version 8 (v8) adds details about Pd cluster structure and relation to Zeolite Y cavity geometry.
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