A seminar “DD fusion in conducting crystals” by Edward Tsyganov will be held July 7 on 3:30 pm at the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in the N. N. Bogolyubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics in Dubna, Russia near Moscow.
“A brief background on cold fusion leading to a discussion on some aspects of atomic physics will be presented. Conduction electrons in metallic crystal are grouped in potential niches of the crystal lattice, resulting in a ban for s-states of hydrogen to occupy these same niches. At the same time, the filling of these niches with deuterium atoms is allowed for the excited atomic states of level 2p and above. We believe that this process of excitation of atomic states to the 2p level and above explains the first stage of the so-called cold fusion.”
The first 18 slides and conclusion from the presentation file are posted below.
The full presentation .pdf can be found here.
…. … ….Find the full presentation .pdf here.
3 Replies to “Tsyganov presents at Dubna conference”
Thank you very much for placing a draft presentation of my report at Dubna scheduled on July 7. Due to some computer inconsistencies, some slides of presentation are garbled, sometimes critically. Could you please advise how to correct these possible PC/MAC conversion problems?
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Please have a look at the article :Belgian LANR Patents on former e-Cat Site and consider therein the Belgian patent in English BE1002780 for a theory about cold fusion in the palladium crystal lattice containing a sea of surplus electrons in the presence of deuterium nuclei.
Did you consider already the article about E-Cat fusion in Swedish Defence FMV ,and the possibility to use liquid lithium fusing with protons yielding 17.3 keV?
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