....see if XSH is increased by including Holmlid's UDD catalyst KFeO2, or there are ways of blocking muon/heavy electron fusion reactions using N2 or Neon gas. But first do the simple controls suggested by anonymous:
- Since K doped FeO2 is not used by Mizuno, Pd coated Ni could be another catalyst to form D(0), maybe with a different efficiency. Holmlid mentioned Pd in earlier publications.
- Muons will not be absorbed by the reactor shell, they pass through. Relevant other types of particles will be released through annihilation which generate the heat in the reactor shell, see quotes below. This also may imply that D-D fusion will not occur on large scale within the R20 reactor (due to the low gas density in R20, Holmlid stated that for targeted D-D fusion gas pressure likely will require tens of Bars, so high gas density).
Here's a quote from the Norrønt Fusion Energy As website (with Holmlid as one of the shareholders):
"The technology uses a condensed form an ultra-dense state of the Hydrogen, with picometer bound distance. Ultra-dense hydrogen is disintegrated through annihilation to produce a controlled flux of high-energy particles for energy and electricity production. No harmful emission or hazards materials are generated from the process."
Another quote from Norrønt Fusion Energy As:
"The CHE generator is processing Hydrogen/Deuterium into ultra-dense hydrogen and through a proprietary annihilation like process produce clusters of high-energy particles. These particles are then converted through several stages for the energy to be extracted in form of heat, direct electric power or used in catalysed D-D fusion processes. "