(1) D +T -> He4 (3.5 MeV) + n (14.1 MeV) (2) D +D -> T (1.01 MeV) + p ( 3.02 MeV) (50%) (3) -> He3 (0.82 MeV) + n ( 2.45 MeV) (50%) (4) D +He3 -> He4 (3.6 MeV) + p (14.7 MeV) (5) T +T -> He4 + 2 n + 11.3 MeV (6) He3+He3 -> He4 + 2 p (7) He3+T -> He4 + p + n + 12.1 MeV (51%) (8) -> He4 (4.8 MeV) + D ( 9.5 MeV) (43%) (9) -> He4 (0.5 MeV) + n ( 1.9 MeV) + p (11.9 MeV) (6%) (10) D +Li6 -> 2 He4 + 22.4 MeV (11) p +Li6 -> He4 (1.7 MeV) + He3 ( 2.3 MeV) (12) He3+Li6 -> 2 He4 + p + 16.9 MeV (13) p +B11 -> 3 He4 + 8.7 MeVThe fusion cross sections are further discussed in Alternate Fusion Fuels.
Observations have been made of deuteron-deuteron fusion at room temperature during low-voltage electrolytic infusion of deuterons into metallic titanium or palladium electrodes. Neutrons with an energy of approximately 2.45 meV have been clearly detected with a sensitive neutron spectrometer at a rate of 0.002 n/s which cannot be accounted for by ambient neutron background variations. The reaction has been known to yield excess (or "latent") heat, where D + D yields 4He + 23.8 MeV. This paper examines the latest experimental results from several international researchers and summarize several new theories of nuclear model interactions that have been put forth to explain these intriguing results.
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