Nuclear fission is one of the most significant scientific discoveries that had a great impact on society because the enormous energy release that this process provides can be used for very important civilian and military applications. Although the properties of nuclear fission are known sufficiently well for the safe production and use of nuclear energy, not all aspects of the process of nuclear fission itself, as well as the chemistry of the fission products (FP), are understood. This still imperfect basic knowledge of fission is due to the extreme complexity of this process which involves a wide range of deformations of nuclear matter from near sphericity to extreme deformations that culminate in the breaking of the nucleus into two fragments.
Depending on the known chemistry, many models were suggested to interpret the FP behavior within the fuel cladding, in–, ex-vessel, and in the environment, but these models failed to coincide with the field observations, especially after accidents like Windscale, TMI, and Chernobyl, and experimental results and expectation models done according to these results.
In this presentation, the author suggests a new concept of interaction between the FP depending on a concept of “Deep Atomic Binding” (DAB) which he had proposed, and will discuss the main DAB features which give a better understanding of nuclear energy risks and threats and reduce these risks to its real volume.
Expert, Consultant, in Radiation Safety, Nuclear Security and Security in Science, and Assistant Prof. of Radiation and Nuclear Physics working for Umm Al-Qura University. I was working for Naif Arab University for Security Sciences (NAUSS) Sep. 2012 to June 2019 - College of Forensic Sciences (CFS), as assistant prof. of nuclear security and vice dean of the CFS from 2014 to 2018, I served as an assistant Dean of the Faculty of Science, assistant professor of nuclear and radiation physics, and as the chair of the Applied Physics Department of Tafila Technical University, Jordan during the period Sep. 2006- Sep. 2011, And for the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources, Jordan from Sep. 2011 to August 2012 and as a researcher on radiation safety from 1990 to 1998 and from 2004 to Sep.2006. I have received training on radiation protection and radiological emergency preparedness in Jordan, Turkey, the United States, Czechoslovakia, Egypt, Iran, and Syria. I have published more than 40 refereed papers and 3 books, on the subject, and presented more than 50 presentations in international conferences on nuclear energy and its applications around the world. I received SCOPUS Scientific Research Award in 2009.
• Founder and chairman of “ The Arab Scientific Forum for Radiation Scientists and Professionals”
• Founder and Administrator of the scientific program: Easy Sciences
• Founder and Administrator of the scientific research program: Applications of Nano Forensic Sciences
• Founder and Administrator of the scientific research program: Enhancement of the Security and Safety of Dual-Use Materials: Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)
• B.Sc. in Physics from Yarmouk University, Jordan, 1987.
• M.Sc. in Nuclear Physics from Mustansyria University, Iraq, 2000.
• Ph.D. in theoretical Radiation Physics from the University of Jordan, 2004.