Microcracks, deuteron-plasmon, chain reaction
This paper describes the results obtained analysing the process of deuteron fusion, catalysed by the plasmons (quasi-particle due to collective excitation on metallic lattice) of a metallic lattice with CFC (Cubic Face Centred) structure, on varying the temperature. The increased probability of fusion, a consequence of raising the temperature, promotes the hypothesis that a sort of chain reaction, catalysed by microcracks formed in the structure as a result of D2 loading, may favour the process. In fact evaluating the fusion probability of deuteron-plasmon system within microcrack, it has been computed a increasing of fusion probability respect with fusion probability on lattice surface.
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Fulvio Frisone. (2017) Deuteron Interactions Within Microcracks of a D2 Loaded Lattice at Room Temperature. International Journal of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Systems, 2, 1-6