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