Fusion for the future
The theory of magnetic confinement fusion
Initial Question: Can hydrogen or an isotope of hydrogen be fused in an accelerator like device that uses electromagnetic energy and would it worth the effort?
Initial answer: Theoretically, and that it would provide various benifits.
Deuterium Tritium isotope magnetic confinmentt fusion Tokamak Fusion test Reactor
Terms to know:
The 3 smallest isotopes of hydrogen
Diagram of a tomawk
The inside of a tomohawk.
The importance of nuclear hydrogen fusion naturally.
Warms and lights up earth and other areas around stars.
Fuels all life in all of existence.
The importance of nuclear hydrogen fusion un-naturally
Vast production of cheap energy.
No need to rely on the Middle East's polluting fossil fuels.
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WEBSITES: Hyperphysics.com Plama.org Nature physics.com Wired.com Iop Science HowStuffWorks.com
DATABASES: Brittanica.com Article: Nuclear Reactor
BOOKS: From steam to nuclear
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