In your paper, linked (again) below for convenience you say. 'Apparently, we can assume that in a certain narrow range of temperatures / kinetic energies of the nanocrystal nuclei there is the possibility of a nuclear fusion reaction and other nuclear reactions.' I have no problem with this premise, having observed this effect happening. In fact, there might be more than one temperature band for any given system where fusion takes place. Can you explain the factors which you consider to be important in establishing the active temperature ranges? Is it particle size, nuclear mass etc etc.
I ll attempt write in detail further Now-see fig 2 in file- there are many temperatures corresponding -1<G<1- is it Your experymental result 7