Thank you for this whiff of morning freshness
I admit that I am not yet well aware concerning all of things in relation with plasmas, however, in cold plasmas, indeed, this is especially electrons which move due to their relative lightness.
This is even more true if they are subjected to a magnetic field.
I even learned about ultra cold plasmas existence to kill viruses and bacteria (fashion topic).
It's also important to understand that in a cold plasma less than 1% of atoms are ionized, the rest being neutral.
The essential question would be:
how could we make 2 atoms meet at same place in this plasma so that they "Lenr" react ?
As i explained in my paper we need to do radical H monoatomic.
Rossi's used different ways to do that in the past as i explained earlier.
Here i expect he uses simply high temperature because above 2500° , H mono can stay at monoatomic stage.
This is why for example space shuttle rocket engines avoided going beyond this temperature because make H dissociated is endothermic so rocket engines is losing thrust above this.
Now, my main question should be how reach this nuclei level of temperature for a cold plasma ?
Again, if ionization helps to break molecule, however never you will find both H monoatomic species if Lenr needs this ?
That would be the trick Rossi found about his QX, i expect..