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Nuclear Transmutation of Stable and Radioactive Isotopes in Biological Systems epub ebook

by Vladimir I. Vysotskii,Alla A. Kornilova

Nuclear Transmutation of Stable and Radioactive Isotopes in Biological Systems epub ebook

Author: Vladimir I. Vysotskii,Alla A. Kornilova
Language: English
Publisher: Motilal UK Books of India (December 1, 2010)
Pages: 208 pages
ISBN: 818274430X
ISBN13: 978-8182744301
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These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing . by Vladimir I. Vysotskii (Author), Alla A. Kornilova (Author).

These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing systems.

Nuclear fusion and transmutation of isotopes in biological systems . Vysotskii VI, Kornilova AA. Nuclear fusion and transmutation of isotopes in biological systems. Book of Abstracts, p. A91. Overview of United States P&T Programme. It is shown that transmutation of stable isotopes during the process of growth of microbiological cultures, at optimal conditions in microbiological associations, is 20 times more effective than the same transmutation process in the form of one-line (pure) microbiological cultures.

Nuclear transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in biological systems, Pentagon Press, India, Delhi, 2010. Short report about utilization of radioactive reactor isotopes in growing biological systems are presented in our articles. ladimir Vysotskii, Alexandr Tashyrev, Alla Kornilova.

Vladimir I. Vysotskii, Alla A. Kornilova. The book presents the results of complex experimental and theoretical studies of effective nuclear synthesis and transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in growing biological systems. These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing systems, as a process an The book presents the results of complex experimental and theoretical studies of effective nuclear synthesis and transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in growing biological systems. The prehistory, present state and prospects of transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in growing biological objects are considered. The biological and physical causes of this phenomenon are briefly considered. It is shown that the most likely physical mechanism for the production of nuclear reactions in biological systems is the process of formation of coherent correlated states of interacting particles. This process is accompanied by giant energy fluctuations, which can exist for . ONTINUE READING.

Professor Vladimir I. Vysotskii is Head of Department of Theoretical . Vysotskii is Head of Department of Theoretical Radiophysics at Kiev National Shevchenko University, Ukraine. He has published 5 books and more than 250 articles and patents on radiation physics, laser physics, nuclear physics, physics of extreme states (including cavitations, shock waves and the problem of stability and collapse of a matter), gamma-Ray and X-Ray optics, molecular biophysics and radiation biology. He is active member of different International Academies and Societies.

Radioactive izotopes in biological systems. chemical elements in biological objects. In particular, Kervran investigated the potassium transmutation reaction in calcium 39K + 1p → 40Ca in a biological system containing hydrogen. He also investigated many other reactions of isotope transmutation, among which one should especially note those that lead to the formation of vital micro- and macroelements Ca, K, Mg, P. Many of the experiments of Kervran are very convincing if we consider them without analysis at the micro level.

These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing systems, as a process analyzed from the laws and perspective of nuclear science, and as a process studied from the point o. .

These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing systems, as a process analyzed from the laws and perspective of nuclear science, and as a process studied from the point of view of biochemistry of live systems.

Alla A. Kornilova, Vladimir I. Vysotskii. Published: 1 January 2017.

2009 Nuclear Transmutation of Isotopes in Biological Systems (History, Models, Experiments, Perspectives). в журнале Journal of Scientific Exploration, издательство Society for Scientific Exploration (United States), том 23, № 4, с. 496-500. 2013 Transmutation of stable and radioactive isotopes in biological systems (short prehistory, phenomenology, experiments, reasons and perspectives) (Устный). Авторы: Kornilova Alla . Vysotskii Vladimir I. 18th Intern. Conferece on Condensed matter Nuclear Science (ICCF18), Columbia, USA, 21-27 July 2013, Columbia, USA, США, 21-27 июля 2013.

These nuclear processes are examined from three different points of view as totality of experimental facts of low energy transmutation of isotopes in growing systems, as a process analyzed from the laws and perspective of nuclear science, and as a process studied from the point of view of biochemistry of live systems.
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