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TABLE NOTES: These copper-deuterium reactions are similar to those for Nickel. Note that, as the number of deuterons involved in the reaction increases, the overall mass change increases. Since it is the Least Action reaction that occurs at every step in the cold fusion process, larger numbers of deuterons in the nuclear reaction occur farther along the event horizon, but with ever increasing amounts of excess heat production (in this case) from individual reactions. Thus the LANP process not only allows predictions of nuclear transmutations and their individual contributions to excess heat or heat consumption, but it allows us to predict the time line of isotope appearance in the electrode.