Piezonuclear Reactions in Cavitated Water
At the end of the twentieth century and at the beginning of the twenty-first one, experiments of cavitating water and of explosions of foils in water have provided possible evidence for production of stable, unstable and artificial nuclides induced by ultrasounds and shock waves, i.e., for nuclear reactions catalyzed by pressure waves.
KeywordsNuclear Reaction Coulomb Barrier Bubble Surface Bubble Collapse Parent Nucleus
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