Authors: Stefan Mehedinteanu
Some recent experiments signalize the high-energy particles due of laser irradiation of Deuterium layer absorbed (adsorbed) on metals surface. Based on the previously author works about models on nucleons structure and on the bias current inside valence nucleons during stimulation by a laser, in the present one is analyzed the feasibility of these experiments. Thus, by using QM&MD programme: fhi96md is confirmed the apparition of high D coverage (~0.5) of the surface of Pd lattice. Also is proved the author’s model of vortex assisted photon beta decay, when a laser photon makes this process much more probable by creating a spot (melt) in nucleon with suppressed order parameter that lowering the energy barrier for vortex crossing together with an heavy electron (bias current ) as resulting from the decay of the permanent rate of bosons pairs as produced inside nucleons by a Schwinger effect. Thus, the obtained electrical current have a power Pw=2x109 w<<Plaser ~2Pw for a laser spot of size , that corresponds with ELI laser characteristics, that means not energy gain for this laser type. But if we use others lasers of much smaller power when we have per photons ~10-5w x1ns(T=109K)~10-14 J of duration ~1ns and, respectively ~10-14 Jx1013 ~0.1J~108 [w] for a pulse composed of ~1013 ph/s, in this case it can appears a net gain of 2x109/108=20. If these remains in stage of muons (100MeV) collected into a metallic sphere that means ~1.6x108w.
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