Initiating nuclear-chemical transformations in native systems: Phenomenology

@article{Timashev2016InitiatingNT,
  title={Initiating nuclear-chemical transformations in native systems: Phenomenology},
  author={S. Timashev},
  journal={Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A},
  year={2016},
  volume={90},
  pages={2089-2095}
}
  • S. Timashev
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry
  • Russian Journal of Physical Chemistry A
A possible mechanism of nuclear transformations in biological systems in vivo is proposed. Reasons why there is no ionizing radiation that could be detrimental to native systems during the corresponding nuclear reactions are given. It is established that the initial stage of these processes is associated with that of ATP hydrolysis, which initiates the action of the inner-shell electron of an atom participating in the reaction on its nucleus according to the mechanism of weak nuclear… Expand
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