An answer to your question can be found in
- Phenomenological Rules for Nuclear Metabarysis by Riccardo Capotosto and Francesca Rosetto, J. Adv. Phys. 5, 80-83 (2016) (http://www.newnuclearscience.e…clear-metabarysis-it.html)
and is also reported in the final part of
Deformed Space-Time Reactions: Towards Nuclear Metabarysis by Gianni Albertini and Riccardo Capotosto, J. Adv. Phys. 5, 84-89 (2016) (http://www.newnuclearscience.e…clear-metabarysis-it.html).
In fact, some points are to be considered:
1. While traditional nuclear reactions are fusion for nuclei lighter than Iron and fission for heavier than Iron (thus Iron is the final point, from which nuclear reactions are not produced), the DST-reactions can go toward both directions and Iron was also found to be an enhancing factor.
2. Energy is a further coordinate, beside space and time. Furthermore, different energy thresholds occur for the different interactions: they separate the flat Space-Time (Minkowsky Space-Time) and the Deformed Space-Time.
3. These Energy thresholds correspond to thresholds of Energy density.
Thus, beside the binding energy per nucleon as a function of the number of neutron and of nucleons, a third axis (Energy density) can be introduced.
The occurrence of energy thresholds in DST-reactions should correspond to particular surfaces in this four-dimensional plot and different nuclei can belong to the same surface with constant density of Energy. This way, transformation between nuclei that usually are forbidden can occur.
It is interesting to note that in any case we observe from a non-deformed (Minkowskyan) Space-Time, external to the nucleus, the consequences of reactions occurring in zones of deformed (non-Minkowskyan) Space-Time inside the nucleus.