Recent theoretical and experimental results, based on an extension of the Einstein theory of relativity, show that nuclear reactions of a new type can occur. In this framework, the feasibility of the deactivation of radionuclides is investigated. This paper reports the deactivation of nickel nitrate made of radioactive Nickel-63 in nitric acid by using ultrasounds. From the applicative point of view, it is a more realistic system then the previously considered thorium, not only because the molecule and the system are more complex but also because the problems related to the high corrosion and radioactivity have been treated at the same time, thus miming realistic situations like those of deactivation of nuclear waste.

DST-deactivation of nickel-63 nitrate

Petrucci A.;
2019

Abstract

Recent theoretical and experimental results, based on an extension of the Einstein theory of relativity, show that nuclear reactions of a new type can occur. In this framework, the feasibility of the deactivation of radionuclides is investigated. This paper reports the deactivation of nickel nitrate made of radioactive Nickel-63 in nitric acid by using ultrasounds. From the applicative point of view, it is a more realistic system then the previously considered thorium, not only because the molecule and the system are more complex but also because the problems related to the high corrosion and radioactivity have been treated at the same time, thus miming realistic situations like those of deactivation of nuclear waste.
Deactivation of radionuclides; deformed space time; Local Lorentz Invariance breakdown; Nickel-63; ultrasounds
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