2018, Volume 21, Issue 2
Manipulation of spontaneous emission of long living isomers using UV-C radiation
1 Institute of Applied Physics, Academy of Sciences of Moldova, Academiei str. 5, MD 2028, Moldova
2 International Clean Water Institute, NUARI, USA
As is well known, the nuclear medicine uses the nuclear radiation to provide information about the functioning of a person's specific organs, or to treat diseases. In most cases, the information is used by physicians to make a quick or accurate diagnosis of the patient's illness. From the physics point of view, it is attractive to manipulate the isotope disintegration process in order to change the decay rate of gamma-ray spontaneous emission of stored nuclei in the tissue, because this allows us to accelerate or stop the emission rate in the small regions of organic tissue of the human body or in the laboratory.
nuclear isotopes, Raman lasers, nuclear medicine, interaction of powerful ultraviolet
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