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  • Muhammad Zakky Nurrachman posted an update 7 years, 8 months ago

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    Optical
    Theorem
    and
    Effective
    Finite-Range
    Nuclear
    Interaction
    for
    Low-Energy
    Nuclear-Fusion
    Reactions
    Y.
    E.
    KIM
    and
    A.
    L.
    ZUBAREV
    Department
    of
    Physics,
    Purdue
    University

    West
    Lafayette,
    IN
    47907

    1396,
    USA
    (Nuovo
    Cimento
    A,
    108
    (1995)
    1009)
    PACS
    24.10

    Nuclear
    reaction
    and
    scattering
    models
    and
    methods.
    PACS
    25.70.Jj

    Fusion
    and
    fusion-fission
    reactions.
    PACS
    99.10

    Errata.
    Q
    values
    used
    in
    this
    paper
    are
    from
    old
    mass
    tables
    (Nucl.
    Phys.,
    18
    (1960)
    529
    and
    Nuclear
    Wallet
    Cards,
    July
    1990,
    published
    by
    J.
    K.
    Tuli,
    National
    Nuclear
    Data
    Center
    for
    the
    U.S.
    Nuclear
    Data
    Network)
    and
    hence
    some
    values
    are
    obsolete.
    In
    the
    following,
    we
    present
    new
    modified
    sentences
    which
    include
    the
    updated
    Q
    values
    calculated
    from
    mass
    differences
    given
    in
    the
    latest
    Nuclear
    Wallet
    Cards
    (July
    1995,
    fifth
    edition).
    The
    sentences
    appearing
    in
    last
    four
    rows
    of
    page
    1021
    and
    the
    first
    eight
    rows
    of
    page
    1022
    contain
    incorrect
    Q
    values
    and
    should
    be
    replaced
    with
    the
    following
    sentences:
    For
    APd(d,p)A+lpd,
    Q
    values
    are
    5.4MeV
    (A=102),
    4.87MeV
    (A=104),
    7.34
    MeV
    (A
    =
    105),
    4.31
    MeV
    (A
    =
    106),
    7.0
    MeV
    (A
    =
    107),
    3.9
    MeV
    (A
    =
    108),
    and
    3.53
    MeV
    (A
    =
    110).
    For
    tritium
    producing
    A
    Pd(d,
    t)
    A
    -1Pd
    reactions,
    all
    Q
    values
    are
    negative
    for
    stable
    ~Pd
    (A
    =
    102,104,
    105,
    106,
    108
    and
    110).
    However,
    there
    are
    other
    tritium
    producing
    reactions
    with
    positive
    Q
    values
    such
    as
    6Li(d,
    t)SLi
    (Q
    =0.592)
    (SLi
    decays
    to
    4He
    +p
    with
    Q=
    1.97MeV
    and
    F=
    1.5MeV).
    If
    X-rays
    or
    bremsstrahlung
    radiation
    is
    not
    observed
    or
    is
    at
    a
    very
    low
    level
    in
    the
    electrolysis
    experiments
    [3],
    all
    of
    the
    above
    fusion
    reactions
    involving
    Pd
    isotopes
    are
    ruled
    and
    hence
    we
    need
    to
    look
    for
    other
    candidate
    fusion
    reactions
    with
    small
    values
    of
    Q,
    including
    those
    involving
    impurity
    isotopes
    in
    electrolysis
    experiments.
    Examples
    of
    other
    possible
    fusion
    reactions
    with
    small
    Q
    values
    are
    I~176
    (Q=0.375
    MeV),
    l~
    l~N)l~
    (Q=7.6MeV),
    11~
    ~Li)mPd
    (Q=0.086
    MeV),
    etc.