The “Renaissance” in Nuclear Physics: Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions and Transmutations

  • Interesting paper brought to my attention by a member of the LENR Replicators Group + Frank Acland of ECW.



    Paolo Di Sia
    School of Engineering & Department of Neuroscience, University of Padova,
    Via Giustiniani 2, 35128 Padova, Italy
    E-mail address: [email protected]
    ABSTRACT
    Nuclear structure theory has recently undergone an unexpected “renaissance” that can be
    attributed to two factors: (a) Since 1989, experimental findings have indicated isotopic anomalies in
    “chemical systems” at energies well below the expected ~10 MeV nuclear level. (b) Since 2007,
    remarkable ab initio super-computer calculations of nuclear properties have been made under the
    assumption that nucleons have well-defined intranuclear positions (x ≤ 2 fm). Assuming a magnetic
    structure of nucleons consistent with classical physics, we have made related lattice calculations of
    nuclear binding energies and magnetic moments. Our results compare favorably with results from other
    Copenhagen-style nuclear models

    http://www.worldscientificnews…/WSN-114-2018-195-207.pdf

  • Interesting paper brought to my attention by a member of the LENR Replicators Group + Frank Acland of ECW.


    We discussed this stuff some weeks ago.


    The paper is careless and assumes a nuclear distance of femto meters what never is the case its always some 10 pico meters.


    Nevertheless it gives an idea how in LENR nuclear magnetic binding energies could evolve using very traditional formulas...