What we see in experiments is that H*-H* reacts like two neutrons. This
in respect to the intermediate products we see.
On the other side D*-D* reacts like two protons!
On 14.09.2020 15:12, JonesBeene wrote:
Jürg Wyttenbach wrote:
… Dense Hydrogen. aka "Hydrino", aka H*-H* is a weak nuclear bond
between two protons. It can be exactly calculated by SO(4) physics
and is in full agreement with Randall Mills measurement of so
called 1/4 Hydrinos
The H*H* which you describe above would seem to be neutral in net
charge, weakly bound and very dense, correct?
Will the dense hydrogen of your model interact with the nucleus of a
host metal matrix as if it were two neutrons?
Is this species diamagnetic?
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