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Saturday, June 16, 2012

Practical Fusion Reactors

Here is the link to Ed Storms Paper. Unlike Ed, Rossi calls them tubules, not cracks. The melting point of nickel is 1453°C. The operating temperature for a reactor actively sintering nickel powder seems to be about 600 degrees Centigrade. See the paper, Sintering Temperature Curve

Assuming graphane is the secret catalyst, how does this affect graphane. Is it stable enough at this temperature to permit stimulated annealing and reforming of the catalyst? See the paper, Thermal Desorption of Hydrogen From Graphane. Can graphane be used as a catalyst to generate a degenerate phase and Helium-3 in some way?

Is there an alternative to 3H-3He fusion which is safe and clean? See the report on Helium-3 Fusion reactors.

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