Could ultradense hydrogen explain LENR?
"Yes, ultra-dense hydrogen can help explain LENR (Low-energy Nuclear Reactions). Ultra-dense hydrogen particles, also known as "H(0)", are electrically neutral and can overcome the Coulomb barrier, which is a necessary condition for LENR to occur. These particles can be involved in nuclear reactions with other elements, such as lithium or boron, producing energy without emitting neutrons or penetrating gamma rays. The energy produced is mainly manifested as kinetic energy of the reaction products and as X-ray emission from bremsstrahlung. Ultra-dense hydrogen particles can provide a possible explanation for the observed LENR phenomena, but more research is needed to fully understand the underlying processes."