Some reactor builders are using a lot of tungsten in his reactor design.
This is a mistake. Tungsten is a wonderful food for the LENR reaction
because most of its stable isotopes have zero nuclear spin.

180W.......179.946701 (5)........0.120%...............0
182W.......181.948202 (3)........26.50%...............0
183W.......182.950220 (3)........14.31%...............1/2
184W.......183.950928 (3)........30.64%...............0
186W.......185.954357 (4)........28.43%...............0

On the other hand nitrogen is a LENR poison and will resist being affected
by the LENR reaction. The stable isotope of nitrogen has a large nuclear
spin: 14N 99.632% spin = 1.

Boron has an even better resistance to the transmutation affects of the
LENR reaction, Its stable isotopes have a very large nuclear spin.

10B.........19.9%.......3
11B ........80.1%.......3/2

Boron nitride is a compound that is highly resistant to the transmutation
effects of the LENR reaction because it is highly MRI active.

LENR uses magnetism to destabilize subatomic particles. A highly MRI active
compound will convert the energy in the magnetic flux lines to RF
radiation. This magnetic to RF energy conversion will weaken the LENR
reaction and therefore will protect the highly MRI active compound from
being eaten away by the LENR reaction.

Oxygen is another favorite food for LENR transmutation. Always uses the
nitride. Aluminum nitride is highly resistant to LENR transmutation. Both
aluminum and nitrogen are highly MRI active.

Another tungsten substitute is Tantalum with a high melting point and a
huge nuclear magnetic moment.

Tantalum nitride would be a wonderful plasma insulator with a high magnetic
moment.

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