September 19, 2021

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Faced with revived radio emissaries, scientists are amazed

The scene of a nuclear disaster in 1986, the Chernobyl plant in Ukraine is still being monitored by scientists. However, they have recently noticed an increase in nuclear fission reactions. Europe 1 takes what we know.

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what will happen Chernobyl Power Station Ann Ukraine ? Researchers recently revealed that nuclear fission reactions have increased under the concrete layer covering the furnaces that exploded on April 26, 1986, 35 years after the nuclear accident. These sensors were placed on top of a concrete scree containing the intestinal nuclear reactor, which alerted them to this unusual activity.

40% increase compared to 2016

These sensors detect abnormal ratios of neutrons. These are emitted by a mixture of debris and radioactive materials with an increase of 40% compared to 2016. The situation is seriously questioning scientists. Igor Le Pars, who works at Europe’s Microphone 1 Friday, Radiation Safety and Atomic Energy Agency, believes the increase in this activity could be due to water infiltration into the nuclear reactor.

“The water in the neutrons has the ability to change their energy and facilitate all of these multiplication events,” he explains. “This is why one of the questions that arises today is whether there are differences in humidity and whether this increases the neutron multiplication capacity.”

Towards more sensors to better monitor the situation?

This building is condemned under a massive sarcophagus, where it is not really known what is going on. Previously, there would be no risk of a nuclear explosion, but experts point out that new sensors need to be installed as soon as possible to monitor the situation as closely as possible in the coming months.

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