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Aneutronic fusion releases less than 1% of it's energy in high speed nutrons as compared to most other types of fusion which can release up to 80% of the energy in high speed nutrons, hence creating radioacgtive waste from the reactor container itself.


As is shown in the reactions below, there are no high speed nutrons created from the aneutronic fusion reactions.

  • Deuterium–helium-3 fusion 2D + 3He → 4He + 1p + 18.3 MeV
  • Deuterium–lithium-6 fusion 2D + 6Li → 2 4He + 22.4 MeV
  • Proton–lithium-6 fusion 1p + 6Li → 4He + 3He + 4.0 MeV
  • Helium-3–lithium fusion 3He + 6Li → 2 4He + 1p + 16.9 MeV
  • Helium-3-helium-3 fusion 3He + 3He → 4He + 2 1p + 12.86 MeV
  • Proton–lithium-7 fusion 1p + 7Li → 2 4He + 17.2 MeV
  • Proton–boron fusion 1p + 11B → 3 4He + 8.7 MeV
  • Proton–nitrogen fusion 1p + 15N → 12C + 4He + 5.0 MeV[2]

Aneutronic fusion is considered by most fusion experts as a more challenging technology than D-T fusion in that it s required temperature for reaction, about a billion degrees C, is much higher than the 150 million degrees C required for D-T fusion. However, there are some promising technolgies in progress for aneutronic fusion.

Dense Plasma Focus Fusion is a promising type of an aneutronic fusion reaction.

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Roy Webb and Gregory Ladner have long appreciated the exciting technology and significance of plasma fusion as a carbon free, power source that has a potential to economically supply an limitless energy source. This directory is their first investment into exploiting this new and exciting technology for the advantage of mankind.. The two partners have long understood the importance to the environment that nuclear fusion brings and by investing into this directory, have demonstrated their committment toward a carbon free, radiation free world. It is of their interest that this directory may help fusion researchers, business professionals, politicians and university professors find their information they need to accomplish their objectives.



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