alexa Abstract | Introducing a New Concept of De-Radioactivity
ISSN: 2150-3494

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De-radioactivity is characteristically opposed to the concept of radioactivity. The possible mechanism behind the concept of de-radioactivity involves the intra-trapping, intra-embedding and intra-fixing of the metallic radioisotope or stable isotope within the framework of the novel molecules loaded with the potential transfer of excess electrons to the metal nucleus to suppress the decay of the instable neutron to the proton and electron with the release of energy, stabilising the stable isotopes or metal radioisotopes so strongly as to result in zero dissociation of metal (stable isotope or metal radioisotope) and thus depriving metal radioisotope of its free status - an essential condition of metal radioisotope to decay. The whole study has been based on metal stable isotopes extendable to metal radioisotopes. The novel molecules (SSS-101, SSS-102, SSS-103 and SSS-104) which bring about intra-trapping and intra-fixing of the metal radioisotopes are called Radiostabilisers. Humanity may find a silver lining in this new concept for future safety with its possible wide spectrum practical applications. Radiostabilisers may help in the purification and reclaiming of metal radioisotope(s) contaminated sea-water or water, atmospherics and the nuclear liquid waste materials. The radiostabilisers fail to intra-trap the stable or radioisotopes of hydrogen, helium, carbon, boron, phosphorus, iodine, neon, argon, krypton, xenon, oxygen, fluorine, sulphur and chlorine.

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Author(s): Sawhney SS


De-radioactivity, Isotope, Radiostabilisers, Radioactive soi, Neutron, Proton, Electron, Chemical Science and Radioactivity

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