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Fusion power is energy generated by nuclear fusion, or more broadly, the use of that power as ... Fusion reactions fuse two lighter atomic nuclei to form a heavier nucleus. It is the process used in stars to produce energy and heavier elements.

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Nuclear Fusion, information on fusion energy, including the JET, ITER ... The lithium is then transformed into tritium (which is used to fuel the reactor) and helium.

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Nuclear fusion is essentially the opposite of nuclear fission. ... If the energy from a fusion reaction can be released slowly, it can be used to produce electricity.

www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/a8914/why-dont-we-have-fusion-power-15480435

May 16, 2013 ... Fusion energy, simply, is the exact opposite of fission energy, which comes from splitting an atom and is widely used to power nuclear plants ...

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Dec 11, 2016 ... An easy-to-understand explanation of how nuclear fusion releases energy and how it could be used in commercial power plants.

fusionforenergy.europa.eu/understandingfusion

The greatest increase in demand for energy is envisaged to come from developing countries where, with rapid urbanisation, large-scale electricity generation ...

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Physics of Nuclear Fusion: Reactions - Fusion reactors will use abundant sources of ... is the predominant fusion reaction scheme used by stars such as the sun.

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Nuclear fusion can provide a safe, clean energy source for future ... Safe - The amounts of fuel used for fusion are small compared to fission reactors. This is so  ...

www.wired.com/2015/11/nuclear-fission-works-fine-but-not-fusion-heres-why

Nov 5, 2015 ... We have plenty of nuclear fission reactors, but not a successful fusion reactor. What's the difference?

www.scienceclarified.com/Mu-Oi/Nuclear-Fusion.html

Nuclear fusion is the process by which two light atomic nuclei combine to form one heavier atomic nucleus. As an example, a proton and a neutron can be made ...