30 yrs of nuclear research and still few answers..
but still boxing on in emeritus status... gambatte ne.
No proton reactions... no neutrons
and no hard gammas
Where does the anomalous heat come from?????
Perhaps that <50 kev region is vital... if noisy....
to investigate ''other possibilities"
The nuclearfields that occur in LENR reactions are>10exp10T
These fields are fast oscillating and are able to interact with all orbital electrons of distant nuclei.
An external field will superimpose with the radial coulomb force of the nucleus
what leads to a smaller binding radius for the electrons.
Further the orbits will assume a toroidal shape, what induces a secondary field,
that is aligned with the “LENR” produced field.
This process, for its nuclear neighborhood,
finally has the same characteristic (shaking electron cloud) as a fast thermal movement of a nucleus.
Thus, after a critical distance, we see induction heating by strong nuclear fields."