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Formation of Massive Electron Pairs as a Necessary Condition for Low-Temperature Nuclear Fusion and the Existence of a New State of Matter

Mikhail P. Kashchenko1,2, Nadezhda M. Kashchenko1
1Ural Federal University n.a.the first President of Russia B. N.Yeltsin, Yekaterinburg, Russia
2Ural State Forest Engineering University, Yekaterinburg, Russia


In interpreting the reactions of low-temperature fusion of nuclei, the conclusion about the possibility of the appearance on hadronic scales of electron pairs ((ee) - pairs) connected by contact (non-potential) interaction is of decisive importance. Before the development of hadronic mechanics, such a possibility could not be taken into account within the framework of quantum mechanics. There are reasons to consider such pairs to be massive and stable. The presence of (ee) - pairs in the internuclear space ensures the convergence of nuclei at the critical distances Rс ̴ 10 -13m, necessary for the start of fusion. Attention is drawn to the simplicity of registration of (ee) - pairs by changing the spectra of characteristic X-ray radiation of atoms. A qualitative explanation of the reason for the lack of registration of γ-radiation is given. It is noted that the use of metals saturated with hydrogen in the synthesis of the lightest elements is also associated with the formation of (ee) - pairs. The formation of a bound state of protons with (ee) -pair is considered as a hypothetical progenitor of "strange radiation". Attention is focused on the fact that confirmation of the existence of (ee) - pairs opens up broad prospects for the study of a new state of matter.


Mikhail P. Kashchenko
1Ural Federal University n.a.the first President of Russia B. N.Yeltsin, 2 Mira st., Yekaterinburg,


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