UNIFIED PHONON-COUPLED SU(N) MODELS FOR ANOMALIES IN METAL DEUTERIDES

@inproceedings{Hagelstein2005UNIFIEDPS,
  title={UNIFIED PHONON-COUPLED SU(N) MODELS FOR ANOMALIES IN METAL DEUTERIDES},
  author={Peter L. Hagelstein},
  year={2005}
}
We present a systematic, but abbreviated, account of issues and models for anomalies in metal deuterides. To interact, deuterons must get close to one another, and we consider conditions under which this occurs and the ramifications. Within the general picture under discussion, anomalies are ultimately a consequence of phonon exchange that occurs when nuclear reactions take place in the solid state. We review the generalization of the resonating group method for reactions in vacuum to include… CONTINUE READING

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