Hi, just a newbie question about two ideas that crossed recently.
One is the IH/Letts patent
and the quote
 In some experiments, an exothermic reaction was observed experimentally when the deuterons were accelerated with 1,237 volts and on a separate occasion with 176 volts. The experimental conditions at that time were such that Debroglie wavelengths of 2.014 Angstroms and 0.74 Angstroms were produced as the deuterons accelerated toward the reactor wall and into the palladium. This suggests that there may be a connection between the deuterium ion's Debroglie wavelength and one or more physical lattice dimensions where the ions may be trapped.
with dual laser experiments as presenter at ICCF21 by hagelstein
•Sweet spots (resonances) at 8.3, 15.3 and 20.4 THz
•15.3 THz is close to L-point compressional optical phonon mode
•8.3 THz is near G-point compressional and transverse modes
•20.4 THz is close to PdH L-point mode
•Computations with PdD0.75H0.25 give L-point mode at 19.7 THz
•Results implicate optical phonons in these experiments
as I understand the two results are very far away in term of energy, frequency, but since I don't really master DeBrolie wavelength for ions like D2- (I understand from the target is the anode), maybe THz as phonons have a relation with De Broglie wavelengh of electrons 0.7-2 angström ? or no relation at all?
If someone can explain what both those observation mean ...