Arif’s Shield; A Novel Method for Stabilizing Hazardous Radioactive Effects of Nuclear Fall-Out
- 1 Institute of Telecommunications, Electronics, Photonics and Sensors, College of Engineering and Science, Victoria University, Foots Cray Park Campus Melbourne,, Australia
This research proposes a technique to stabilize ionic radiation, caused by the unstable nuclei of radioactive isotopes. Ionic radiation can lead to various health hazards, including cancer, radiation sickness and genetic damage. It is essential to find ways to stabilize ionic radiation caused by the use of nuclear weaponry or where nuclear energy is utilized as part of the energy or medical industries. This research proposes the use of free ions to stabilize ionic radiation likened to a shield, namely ‘Arif’s Shield’. Supporting mathematical modelling is provided in the investigation into this proposed stabilization technique.
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- Nuclear Fallout
- Ionic Stabilization
- Nuclear Weaponry
- Nuclear Defense
- Radioactive Isotopes