Common Problems and Ideas of Modern Physics: Proceedings of by T. Bressani, Italy) Winter School on Hadronic Physics (6th :

By T. Bressani, Italy) Winter School on Hadronic Physics (6th : 1991 : Folgaria, A. Zenoni

The most aim of the varsity is to provide to younger physicists the most important open difficulties in hadronic physics within the confinement area, and to teach that they're heavily associated with related open difficulties in nuclear physics and condensed topic. New experimental amenities and methods regarding the answer of the above challenge are awarded.

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45 To end this discussion I shall now try to give an answer to the question whether a coherent picture of the uncanny phenomena of cold fusion has emerged. I believe that the answer is basically positive. Indeed we have seen that the difficult problem of the strong screening of the Coulomb barrier necessary to enhance the DO-fusion rate by about fifty orders of magnitude, is easily overcome if the plasma of d-electrons is engaged in the coherent plasma-oscillations predicted by "Superradiance".

5 The phase diagram of P,T plane. 4 A. 29/2mR •30 K. 4 mm, quite large! m. field? Or, put differently, how do we beat Born-Oppenheimer? m. radiation we must somehow prevent the electrons from following too closely the motion of the nuclei, for otherwise the system is locally neutral, thus electromagnetically inert. An obvious way to decouple the motion of electrons and nuclei is to increase the density (decrease r) by increasing the pressure p (see Fig. 6). In this case the electrons will start to be hindered in their motion by the Pauli principle and the electrostatic repulsion, and a net dipole moment arises for the atom.

E. in the solutions whose space-dependence is as weak as possible. A look at Eqs. 12) shows that approximate space-independence can only hold within domains of size of the order of the wave-lengths associated with the important momentum components of the n-field- the coherence domains. At the boundary of such domains a more refined tr~atment is called for, but this is not our problem now. 13b) i. __1_ •. e. 5 F . 15') It is interesting to note that in a coherence domain the n-field can host about 70 nucleons.

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