Cross section enhancements in conductors

The probability of fusion reactions in conductors’ lattice is higher than in gas or plasma. This effect is often called “Screening”, meaning that the Coulomb barrier is lowered in a conductive solid [5] [6] [7]

Neutron multiplication in deuterated Pd

Researchers found that saturating Palladium metal with Deuterium and submitting it to neutron beam results in a neutron multiplication, suggesting neutrons can start nuclear chain reactions in deuterated Palladium [8] [9]

Nuclear Transmutations in Solids

Some conductors, typically Palladium, Nickel, Gold, graphite, upon Hydrogen isotopes loading (for instance, by electrolysis, gas loading, glow discharge), present a large array of new elements, both lighter and heavier, suggesting fission and fusion reactions [10] , along large liberation of heat

New superconductors at higher temperatures

High-temperature superconductors (like Bismuth strontium calcium copper oxide, Yttrium barium copper oxide) have superconducting properties at temperatures above liquid nitrogen boiling point (77˚K), easing the cooling of magnets

Neutron generation in deuterated metals

Deuterated metals, like Titanium, Palladium, Erbium, present neutron emissions under neutron, electron beam or gamma radiation. If subjected to a radiation beam, the quantity of neutrons (and nuclear reactions along a large number of new elements) increases greatly [9] [11] [12] [13]


Plasmoids are plasma magnetically confined within a magnetic bottle generated by currents that flow in the plasma itself, rather than in external coils. In other words, plasmoids use magnetic self-compression to achieve plasma pressures required to fusion. Plasmoids have limited lifetime (micro or milliseconds scale), being unstable, but may have a role in pulsed regimes [14]