Lithium has many properties that are exploited today for batteries and chemical processes as an electron donor. Yet, lithium-7 has the added nucleonic properties in thermonuclear bombs like Castle Bravo that increased the yield of the United States testing of the Castle Bravo bomb in the Bikini Islands by 3 times unexpectedly.
I've been working on a hypothesis for many years about lithium being used in combination with nuclear isotopes of Thorium, or Uranium or Plutonium to potentially enhance the reactor efficiency and longevity by preserving radioactive decay from occurring and instead inducing a hot nuclear resonance state between the fuel and potentially doping agent, being Lithium.
I have not yet stumbled on the wavelength or frequency of Lithium resonating between Thorium, or Uranium or Plutonium, and honestly am reaching out to other physicists and scientists for help on this matter Instead I have been working on some models with friends about utilizing nuclear resonance of Lithium with Deuterium/Tritium in a fusion process where the orbitals between the lithium-7 and deuterium or tritium are shared in an ideal manner to create fusion at low temperatures and pressures inside a potentially tokamak device.
Due to recent work I have stumbled across a potentially LENR "battery" very much like the Q-Pulse used over at Brillouin Corporation, with lithium-7 and deuterium where the resonance effect is elicited through membranes between potentially palladium or other oxygen-reactive fuel and a membrane of lithium-7 on the other side attracting the hydrogen/deuterium through these very resonance effects. What would be utilized is the resonance frequency where the electron orbitals create a covalent bond towards the deuterium and then quickly induce reverse polarity to shear off the hydrogen from the lithium fuel on the membrane with diffraction from the base resonance state. This process is highly efficient in some discussions I have had. A colleague commented that 2 kW could be produced from a 1 L volume of deuterium with hydrogen alongside being created with a mesh of lithium-7 and possibly palladium. Another thought produced the idea of utilizing these resonance effects for solar panels for deuterium oxide and lithium-7.
The main gist of the idea is to induce this S,P,D,F atomic resonance between the lithium-7 serving as a donor to the deuterium/tritium/thorium/uranium/plutonium S,P,D,K orbitals, and then rapidly induce a reverse polarity of high diffraction spike to collect or extract either hydrogen or even electric conductivity/discharge (after shearing/defusal/reverse polarity) in the membrane potentials of lih-7 and palladium.
I am open to any ideas on how to find the ideal value for either a solar panel or deuterium/tritium with lithium-7 battery or even ideal values for Lithium-7 and Tritium fusion Reactors.