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the temperature at the centre of the Sun is 10 million degrees.
In-text: (Thermonuclear Fusion, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Astro.virginia.edu. 2013. Thermonuclear Fusion. [online] Available at: <http://www.astro.virginia.edu/class/skrutskie/astr121/notes/thermon.html> [Accessed 29 November 2014].
7.2 trillion degrees Fahrenheit (4 trillion degrees Celsius)
In-text: (Bryner, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Bryner, J., 2012. Atom Smasher Smashes World Record For High Temperature. [online] The Huffington Post. Available at: <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/06/26/highest-temperature-ever-man-trillion-degrees_n_1628283.html> [Accessed 29 January 2015].
One kilogram of fusion fuel can produce the same amount of energy produced by 10 million kg of fossil fuel
In-text: (Community.Drprem.com, 2011)
Your Bibliography: Community.Drprem.com, C., 2011. The good, the bad and the ugly about fusion power - Green Diary - Green Revolution Guide by Dr Prem. [online] Green Diary - Green Revolution Guide by Dr Prem. Available at: <http://www.greendiary.com/good-bad-ugly-fusion-power.html> [Accessed 18 December 2015].
igniting inertial confinement fusion pellets or triggering large-scale thermonuclear explosions is investigated. The number of antiproton annihilations required to start a thermonuclear burn wave in either DT or Li2DT is found to be about 1021/κ2 , where κ is the compression factor of the fuel to be ignited
In-text: (Gsponer and Hurni, 2008)
Your Bibliography: Gsponer, A. and Hurni, J., 2008. Antimatter induced fusion and thermonuclear explosions. Independent Scientific Research Institute.
It is possible to produce tritium during deuterium-deuterium muon-catalysed fusion, which opens up possibilities for energy generation that is clean, green, efficient, affordable and safe
In-text: (Science | Muon-catalysed fusion, 2012)
Your Bibliography: Muoncatalysedfusion.com. 2012. Science | Muon-catalysed fusion. [online] Available at: <http://www.muoncatalysedfusion.com/science.php> [Accessed 3 January 2015].
by a trillion times or more
In-text: (Science | Muon-catalysed fusion, 2014)
Your Bibliography: Muoncatalysedfusion.com. 2014. Science | Muon-catalysed fusion. [online] Available at: <http://www.muoncatalysedfusion.com/science.php> [Accessed 20 November 2014].
The main barrier to a sustained reaction, other than the high cost of the electricity needed to heat the chamber, is finding a material that can withstand that much heat for more than a few seconds
In-text: (Why Don't We Have Fusion Power?, 2013)
Your Bibliography: Popular Mechanics. 2013. Why Don't We Have Fusion Power?. [online] Available at: <http://www.popularmechanics.com/science/energy/next-generation/why-dont-we-have-fusion-power-15480435> [Accessed 4 December 2014].
by a trillion times or more
In-text: (Inertial confinement fusion, 2009)
Your Bibliography: Wikipedia. 2009. Inertial confinement fusion. [online] Available at: <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inertial_confinement_fusion> [Accessed 9 November 2015].
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