perhaps nuclear isomers can be made more easily by LENR..
Thanks for the paper...
Fascinating certainly similar... perhaps another related art of CMNS. Worthy of a double read for a layman like me... even I gleaned some new and also reinforced understanding.
Thermal gradients control and focal points/paths through the lattice, still interest me...
Also superconductivity... same same. Do electrons get accelerated to near light speed?
Consider many metals to be included in the constructed lattice. Not just two or three or four...
Engineering energy sequensies into the lattice structure for specific lattice effects placed as required.
So many to consider.
Like this Mo analog.
Lithium molybdenum purple bronze is quite different than the sodium, potassium and thallium analogs. It has a three-dimensional crystal structure, but a pseudo-one-dimensional (1D) metallic character, eventually becoming a superconductor at about 2 K. Its properties are most spectacular below 5 meV. The Tomonaga-Luttinger liquid theory has been invoked to explain its anomalous behavior. wikipedia