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This document details the physical and technical characteristics of the science of thermonuclear plasma fusion and the experiments that are used to create them.
Plasma, the fourth state of matter, fuses naturally on the sun, however here on earth can only react in a high temperature environment within a fusion reactor. There are no commercial reactors developed as of yet, however most industry experts agree that current developments are promising predicessors to a plasma fusion power source.
Fusion between nuclei with atomic numbers of 26 (iron) and lower will occur within the sun naturally, however the only reasonable element that will fuse on earth is Hydrogen and it’s isotopes. Since the pressure on the sun is much greater than the pressures within man made fusion reactors, the temperature of fusion on the sun, about 20 million Deg F, is much lower than in the fusion reactors on earth. Conventional, which fuses the isotopes [Deuterium and Tritium] D-T, bonds at 200 million Deg F while aneutronic, fusion bonds which forces a [Deuterium and boron] together pB11 reacts at 2 Billion Deg F.
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