Piezonuclear Reactions in Cavitated Solutions

Part of the Fundamental Theories of Physics book series (FTPH, volume 157)

We have seen in Sect. 16.2.1 that the analysis of the change in concentration of stable chemical elements, observed in the first cavitation experiment, leads one to conclude that in such processes the number of protons is conserved, whereas that of neutrons does not [96, 97]. Moreover, according to the model of piezonuclear reactions discussed in Sect. 16.3, a possible signature of non-Minkowskian conditions in such processes is provided by neutron emission without a concomitant photon radiation. This is why we carried out new experiments, explicitly aimed at detecting and analyzing the radiation possibly emitted during cavitation.


Neutron Emission Ultrasonic Power Immersion Depth Iron Chloride Neutron Dose 
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