Using chemical potential to build a CMNS reactor

ENVR 109

XingZhong Li,, Bin Liu,, and QingMing Wei. Department of Physics, Tsinghua University, Tsinghua Garden, Building for School of Science, #3401, Beijing, 100084, China
Condensed matter nuclear science(CMNS) has been developed through 18 years. It developed both in experiments and in theory. The experiments confirmed the calorimetry (excess heat) and nuclear transmutations. The theoretical model (selective resonant tunneling) explained its main features: excess heat without strong neutron or gamma radiation; correlation between deuterium flux and nuclear transmutation; 3-deuteron fusion reaction etc. The next steps are: detection of neutrino emission from the metal hydrides(deuterides), and building a CMNS reactor using chemical potential. This presentation will address the calculation of the chemical potential of hydrogen (deuteron) in metal hydrides (deuterides), and how to make a CMNS reactor in steady state operation. The gas-loading method will be introduced instead of the electrolytic method. The related experimental results will be discussed as well.