In reply to JonesBeene's message of Thu, 12 Jul 2018 07:28:47 -0700:
>A high resolution scintillator-detection system measured the neutrons and
>y-rays resulting from the fusion of deuterium. Several approaches were used
>to initiate fusion in deuterium.
>The simplest and most direct proved to be in a stoichiometric mixture of
Note also that this will create both atomic D and molecular water, which is
apparently Mills' preferred catalyst, making it an ideal environment to shrink
D, thus making DD reactions possible.
>QUTOE: this is the only known work where fusion neutrons were produced by
>chemical energy in a direct manner.
Robin van Spaandonk
local asymmetry = temporary success