F. Cardone, A. Petrucci, A. Rosada
As part of a series of experiments based on the application of ultrasound to structural materials and metal alloys, a sample of alpha iron (Ferrite) was subjected to ultrasounds in order to investigate the possible emission of nuclear particles and the possible formation of new isotopes. The sample was subsequently subjected to Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis (INAA) to highlight the possible transformations that occurred, or the formation of new natural isotopes or the variation of the natural isotopic composition of the material.
International Journal of Modern Physics B Vol. 28, No. 17 (2014) 1450107 (13 pages)
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