Nuclear and Atomic Physics

   

Nuclear Fission by means of Terahertz Sonic Waves

Authors: Fran De Aquino

It is shown here that when terahertz sonic waves strike on an atomic nucleus they can produce the fission of the nucleus. This fact can be now checked in practice since recently it was developed an acoustic device called a SASER that is the first to emit sonic waves in the terahertz range.

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