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Transmuting Tungsten - 02
Estimated thermal COP 800 + Transmutation
The experiment discussed above was conducted by Tadahiko Mizuno and Yu Toriyabe at the Department of Engineering, Hokkaido University. It was presented at the 12th International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, 2005 in Yokohama, Japan.
In it, they present their own proposal for how to synthesise the observed elements by way of the ‘TSC Mechanism’ proposed by Akito Takahashi which involves condensation of 4 protons or 2 protons and 2 neutrons, into a tetrahedral structure that then interacts with W.
However, by using the MFMP 2:2 nucleon exchange reaction calculator here:
and inputting the following query without cold neutrinos
E1 in ('K') and E2 in ('K', 'W') order by MeV desc
It is found that in the 333 products derived, we have all of the observed transmutations. This reaction would is proposed to occur inside Exotic Vacuum Objects (EVOs), signs of which in the form of Strange Radiation (SR) tracks, have been observed by myself to nucleate in cavitation bubbles, as well as sparks and corona discharges.
The query above shows a range of gasses and heavy elements that would be expected to further transmute. So, by using a little more advanced query:
E1 in ('K') and E2 in ('K', 'W') and (E3 in ('S', 'Si', 'Ca', 'Ti', 'Fe', 'Cu', 'Co') or E4 in ('Ba', 'Ce', 'Nd', 'Sm', ‘Gd’)) order by MeV desc
We produce a tighter result with only 154 reactions returned. In this case the maximum energy of an exchange reaction reaches 96.7487 MeV. However, it is likely that many reactions between billions of nuclei go on simultaneously, so be aware this is only a test of what may be possible.