Chemical composition and structure of particles synthesized on the surface of HHPC in nuclear reactions induced by bremstrahlung γ quanta with threshold energy of 10 MeV in molecular hydrogen at a pressure of 0.5 kbar
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A high-pressure chamber filled with molecular hydrogen (HHPC) at a pressure of 0.5 kbar with a Pd rod inside has been irradiated for 14 h with γ quanta with an energy of 9.7 kbar produced by an electron beam current of 20–21 μA. Postirradiation studies of the changes in the structure of the synthesized particle and other objects on the surface of a brass hub in the composition of HHPC revealed the presence of light elements from carbon to calcium. Multiple small particles of lead have also been found and studied. The detected synthesized particle has complex shape and composition. Also, thin-walled microtubes were detected on the inner surfaces inside HHPC. Based on fission reactions of intermediate mass nuclei (descending reactions), as well as the reactions of synthesis from hydrogen and heavier nuclei (ascending reactions), an attempt to explain the anomalies that were observed is made.
KeywordsScanning Electron Microscope Image Molecular Hydrogen Nucleus Letter High Pressure Chamber Element Series
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