As a result of matter particle collisions during thermal motion, the low mass of neutrinos (antineutrinos) makes their intense generation possible. The energy of the evolving neutrinos (antineutrinos) is about 0.1 eV. With such capacity, the length of de Broglie is about 5 microns. This means that an enormous number of atoms are involved in weak nuclear interactions, making the consequences of nuclear transitions very measurable with the presence of neutrinos (antineutrinos). Neutrinos are commonly thought to be almost elusive, manifested only in the most difficult experiments on enormous installations. However, it does not take into account that the properties of very low-energy neutrinos vary from those of nuclear neutrinos, such as, for example, that light differs from gamma radiation, or that helium gas differs from alpha particles. We can explain a number of features of this phenomenon by considering the thermal generation of neutrinos as the basis of nuclear transformations in the LENR process.
A. G. Parkhomov
R & D Laboratory KIT, Moscow, Russia.
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