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A site of useful links focusing on nuclear computing, nuclear engineering, fusion, reactors, weapons and waste issues.
Homepage of ITER, Europe's newest fusion reactor. ITER will hopefully demonstrate that nuclear fusion is a viable power source.
In order to accomplish nuclear fusion, the particles involved must first overcome the electric repulsion to get close enough for the attractive nuclear strong force to take over to fuse the particles.
A quick introduction to nuclear energy.
The mission of the U.S. Fusion Energy Sciences Program is to advance plasma science, fusion science, and fusion technology − the knowledge base needed for an economically and environmentally ...
A brief description of how Nuclear Bombs work from Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. The pages cover the principles of fission and fusion bombs.
Description of nuclear binding energy with energy curve and discussion of yields from fission and fusion.
A great starting point for learning about nuclear fusion physics, plasma and tokamaks.
This is what The Internet Plasma Physics Education Experience (IPPEX) is all about! The following pages, are full of information on Fusion and Fusion Power, and will help you dive into the basic ...
This is a good short introduction to the topic and includes a link to listen to Einstein talking about his famous equation E=MC2
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