Is Holmlid 0.023 angstrom D-D separation a signature of a triple D Efimov state enabling Deuterium fusion?
Holmlid measured 630 eV for a cluster >= 6H* bound electron! Thus 315 is just half of it. As Deuterium consist of 2 protons then D*-D* has 4 protons, a cluster has >= 12 the added electron flux is shared by 2 protons in average in two dimensions and thus the bond is just half of the H*-H* bond.
Magnetic bonds show a different action than Coulomb bonds and below the Bohr Radius only magnetic bonds can act.
Just one more hint. In SO(4) physics I give the exact energy levels for H*-H* as measured by R.Mills. I just noticed if I use the same law as in 4-He for parallel flux I also get about 630 eV for clusters of H*!
It's a shame that the mafia spends billions for fruitless high energy physics and we still have no deep experiments for the most simple forms (H*-H*) of matter.