So the magnetic fields result from coordinated electron spin alignment (which is quite similar to Wyttenbach and Holmlid's models of nuclear fusion. The latter uses YAG (IR) or 495nm lasers to stimulate proton breakdown into Kaons etc from ultra dense D or H). Does your work have any similar underlying principles?
The link with Holmlid's work is more about the fact that carbon is known to be an excellent generator of Rydberg Matter of hydrogen. Holmlid published several articles in 1998-2002 on this subject. He showed that H atoms adsorbed on surfaces of carbon desorb thermally directly into Rydberg states.
Here, the experimental conditions using carbon nanotubes in a low pressure environment seem excellent to generate UDH. Then, as you rightly pointed out, the observed radiations can directly be explained by the spallation of UDH into relativistic kaons.