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Title Controlled nucleosynthesis : breakthroughs in experiment and theory / edited by Stanislav Adamenko, Franco Selleri, Alwyn van der Merwe
Published Dordrecht : Springer, [2007]
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Description 1 online resource (xvi, 773 pages) : illustrations
Series Fundamental theories of physics ; 156
Fundamental theories of physics ; 156
Contents Prehistory / S.V. Adamenko -- Self-organizing nucleosynthesis in superdense plasma / S.V. Adamenko -- Experimental setup / E.V. Bulyak and A.S. Adamenko -- Optical emission of a hot dot (HD) / V.F. Prokopenko, V.F., Gulyas, A.I. and I.V. Skikevich -- Measurements of x-ray emission of HD / V.F. Prokopenko [and others] -- Registration of fast particles from the target explosion / A.A. Gurin and A.S. Adamenko -- Experiments on the neutralization of radioactivity / A.S. Adamenko -- Isotope and element compositions of target explosion products / S.S. Ponomarev [and others] -- On the detection of superheavy elements in target explosion products / S.S. Ponomarev [and others] -- Transuranium elements produced in the process of controlled collapse / S.V. Adamenko [and others] -- Stability of electron-nucleus form of matter and methods of controlled collapse / S.V. Adamenko and V.I. Vysotskii -- Nuclear combustion and collective nucleosynthesis / S.V. Adamenko [and others]
Summary "This collection of papers presents the main results of a logical analysis of extensive theoretical and experimental searches for efficient ways to overcome two long-standing scientific and technical problems: (1) the creation of a driver of inertial thermonuclear synthesis with a positive gain of energy and (2) the naturalization of artificially created radioactive materials accumulated as a product of the human activity"--Introduction
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 753-773)
Subject Nuclear physics.
Form Electronic book
Author Adamenko, Stanislav.
Selleri, Franco.
Van der Merwe, Alwyn.
ISBN 9781402058745