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J. A. Maly, J. Vávra
Fusion Science and Technology
Volume 27 / Number 1 / January 1995 / Pages 59-70
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It has been suggested that both the relativistic Schroedinger and Dirac equations allow the existence of so-called “deep Dirac levels” (DDL) in all atoms of the periodic table. An estimate of the size of the DDL atoms is given, and a physics explanation is proposed for exciting the DDL transitions. Possible secondary nuclear reactions of the atoms on the DDLs are suggested, and preliminary experimental results are presented. A search has begun for some direct experimental evidence supporting the proposed DDL model. So far, in electrolytic experiments, only calorimetric evidence was found.
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