Possibility of Transmutation to Super Heavy Element by Cold Fusion Mechanism

Authors : Noriyuki Kodama

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 1 - January

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I proposed the Conceptualized Transmutation reactor to add protons and neutrons to the element. Previous transmutation reactor just adds protons, with small D2 or small H2 based on electron deep orbit theory, which shows that element can have the deeper orbit than n=0, which orbit is at a few femto meter from the nucleus, so the cold fusion occurs for D2 gas supply, so, I proposed the conceptualized reactor with H2 gas to prevent cold Fusion. Usually, nuclear experiments on transmutation need both neutron and proton addition, Thus I propose the experiment on Conceptualized transmutation reactor. The mechanism is based on Cold Fusion and gas is H2 and it is important to control the metal temperature as low as possible to emit small H2(die-neutron), and for the small proton(neutron) creation, the higher metal temperature is used to breakdown the covalent bond of small H2(p-p pair in electron deep orbit) to create neutron (proton-electron pair in Electron deep orbit). This transmutation reactor enables the detailed study of the chemical and physical property of the super heavy metals. Another conceptualized reactor uses the compression of covalent bond of metal-none metal element to study the super heavy element metal, starting metal is as heavy as possible so Pb is option and heaviest none metal element is Br and the resulting transmuted element is Ts (Tennessine), which decays to Mc (Moscovium), which attract attentions. The Conceptualized reactor has drawback due to the poor mechanism so I hope the researchers study the mechanism of compression of covalent bonding efficiently.

Keywords : Plutonium Moscovium Tennessine transmutation stability island Cold Fusion.


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