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Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 19 / Number 1 / January 1991 / Pages 170-173
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A hypothesis of resonant deuteron-deuteron interaction under cold fusion conditions is discussed. The resonance may exist due to a combination of an attractive nuclear interaction at close distances and a repulsive Coulomb potential at large distances. The energy of such resonances may be very low. This effect may increase the reaction cross section and reaction rates in high-density deuteron hydrides.
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