Initiation of RNA synthesis in isolated nuclei

It is assumed that just such a mechanism ofsynthesis explains the creation of superheavy and other anomalous nucleiobserved in the experiments carried out at the ElectrodynamicsLaboratory “Proton-21.”

The synthesisproceeds through the absorption of other nuclei by the collapsednucleus.

It is shown that the maximum binding energy shiftsduring such a self-organizing collapse of the electron-nuclear systemfrom Aopt ≈ 60 (for uncompressed substance) to the area ofhigh mass numbers Aopt ≥ 200⋯ 2000 and could renderthe synthesis of superheavy nuclei to be energy-efficient.


T1 - Initiation of RNA synthesis in isolated nuclei

( nucleosyntheses)