Yes, I know, in stars, fusion occurs up to Iron(-56); but, I want to know if fusion past this nucleus can happen at all.
If so, the daughter element would move to the right of the peak and its parents (away from the point of Iron-56), on the following graph (meaning additional energy is required, as opposed to energy being emitted), right?
Would fusion of heavy elements still be considered a reaction?
This is not a duplicate of Origin of elements heavier than Iron (Fe). There are multiple questions, including the one about the graph, that are definitely not encountered in the other post. My main question is also different; the question and answers do not speak about fusion of heavy elements, but their rapid capture.
My question itself has nothing to do with stars, the first statements purpose was to dismiss comments telling me that stars only fuse up to Iron-56!