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One can Achieve the Nuclear Fission Reaction of Lithium by Accelerated Hydrogen Nuclei or Neutrons

Relly Victoria Virgil Petrescu1 and Florian Ion Tiberiu Petrescu1
  • 1 Bucharest Polytechnic University, Romania

Abstract

The idea circulated among physicists that in the upper area of the physical elements the fission reaction can be obtained and in the lower one the fusion reaction occurs. In the presented paper we want to impose another rule, namely the obtaining in the lower part of the physical elements of the fission and fusion nuclear reactions, with the obvious purpose of obtaining free nuclear energy on an industrial scale. The advantages of using the low area of the physical and chemical elements are multiple. For example, in this area there are no spontaneous reactions, nor disintegrations, so the nuclear fuel used will be without radioactivity and usually, the result of the reaction will also be without radioactive components, so there will be no nuclear residues in the reaction radioactive. In this way, no such nuclear residues remain after such reactions that need to be processed or buried somewhere. Basically, this is a huge advantage of the nuclear exploitation of the low-element area. Another immediate advantage is the use of renewable and sustainable fuel, because, in the high area of heavy physical elements, those used as nuclear fuel are already beginning to run out. Here in the low area of the physicochemical elements the elements are found quite frequently naturally, or can be obtained by various methods, so the nuclear fuels in this area are sustainable, which is a second great advantage in the production of nuclear energy on the industrial route. The third great advantage of using nuclear fuels in the area of low elements (light, low mass) is that nuclear fission or fusion reactions are easily controllable in this area and they have virtually no way to get out of control and produce unwanted (accidental) events. The paper briefly presents an original theoretical method that aims to obtain nuclear energy by forcing a good efficiency of the reaction between lithium and hydrogen by accelerating hydrogen nuclei to energies high enough to cover the kinetic energy of an accelerated proton so that it to overcome the potential nuclear energy barrier of rejection between the charges of the same kind of lithium nucleus and proton, considering the most unfavorable situation possible when the proton approaches the lithium nucleus to its positively charged part through its three protons. It is hoped that in this way a general laboratory reaction, lithium-proton, can be performed continuously. Basically, the paper proposes to replace the classic nuclear fission reactions that use as enriched uranium fuel and lithium catalyst, with the industrial nuclear fission reaction of lithium (lithium changes from the position of catalyst to that of nuclear fuel), so that its new fission reaction be better controlled, less dangerous and almost free of radioactive waste as is the case with uranium fission.

American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences
Volume 14 No. 3, 2021, 383-397

DOI: https://doi.org/10.3844/ajeassp.2021.383.397

Submitted On: 8 May 2021 Published On: 7 September 2021

How to Cite: Petrescu, R. V. V. & Petrescu, F. I. T. (2021). One can Achieve the Nuclear Fission Reaction of Lithium by Accelerated Hydrogen Nuclei or Neutrons. American Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 14(3), 383-397. https://doi.org/10.3844/ajeassp.2021.383.397

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Keywords

  • Lithium
  • Fission Energy
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Condensed Matter
  • Nuclear power
  • Nuclear Fusion
  • Accelerated Particles