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Cold nuclear fusion in lithium compound alloy

The experiments were performed in vacuum chamber in order precise measurements to be achieved and due to the relatively low concentrations of the interacting gases the amounts of the generated helium and of the generated energy (heat) were relatively low. In fact D2 gas in environment of H/H2 gas in the chamber was directed to a specimen of lithium compound alloy placed on sample holder and significant generation of both 3He and 4He was observed in all experiments as it was supported by the following facts:

i) Mass analysis shows relatively high amount of 3He;

ii) Mass analysis shows relatively high amount of 4He/D2 and relatively significant amount of 4HeH that confirms relatively high amount of 4He;

iii) Mass analysis shows absence of H3+ (stable positive ion of three hydrogen molecule), DH (deuterium hydride) and D2H+ (stable positive ion of deuterium-deuterium hydride molecule); and iv) DC plasma spectroscopy shows peaks typical for both 3He and 4He.

Based on the experiments it was concluded that the following cold nuclear fusion reactions have had place:

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