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Electronul are o sarcină electrică negativă. Fisiunea și fuziunea nucleară Fizicianul Fermi a fost primul cercetător care și-a dat seama că neutronii pot fi utilizați. Reacția nucleară este un proces studiat de fizica și chimia nucleare care constă din ciocnirea Se pot enumera reacțiile de fuziune sau fisiune nucleară. Procesul triplu-alfa este un set de reacții de fuziune nucleară prin care trei nuclee de heliu-4 (particule alfa) sunt transformați în carbon. Stelele mai vechi.

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A slowly cooling magma?

Impossible, given the age of the sun! This huge plasma ball consists mainly of hydrogen. Does the sun’s own gravity make it contract?

Since, moreover, a fusion power plant will have ecologically favourable properties, fusion could make an enduring contribution to future energy supply. One gram of fuel could generate 90, kilowatt-hours of energy in a power plant — the combustion heat of 11 tonnes of coal.


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William Thomson asked in Open in new window. Under terrestrial conditions it is the two hydrogen isotopes, deuterium and tritium, that fuse most readily. Its source was long a puzzle to scientists: Many chemical elements originate from hydrogen nuclears fusion; fusion is the energy source of the sun and stars.

Fusion fuels are cheap and uniformly distributed on earth. For a power plant on earth, a faster reaction is chosen: Nuclear fusion is an important natural process: A constant fusion fire nucleaea in its core, where the hydrogen atomic nuclei merge into helium.

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Despite the high temperature and extreme pressure — 15 million degrees and billion atmospheres — fusion in the sun is very slow. Does this compression produce heat and light?

Arthur Eddington realised Home Energy Source Fusion basics What is nuclear fusion? Every second, million tonnes of hydrogen ‘burn’ in the sun’s core and become million tonnes of helium The sun is the basis of all life on earth: Tritium, a radioactive gas with a short half-life of The proton-proton reaction was finally described by Hans Bethe in Gradually, the atomic nuclei of hydrogen fuse into a helium nucleus, which is lighter than the four original nuclei.


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Reacție nucleară

In the process a helium nucleus is produced, this being accompanied by release of a nucleata and large quantities of useful energy: Since the birth of the sun 4. A Fusion Power Plant For millions of years, the sun has been shining and giving off virtually inexhaustible amounts of energy. Seawater contains deuterium in almost inexhaustible quantities.

The enormous energy produced in this nuclear fusion is what heats and lights the earth. What is nuclear fusion? Every second, the sun loses four million tonnes of its mass.

It can, however, be formed in a power plant from lithium, which is likewise abundantly available. Fusion in the sun