Chinese fusion reactor reaches 100-million degrees Celsius
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Here at Springwise, we’re always on the lookout for clean energy innovations. We’ve reported the world’s first hydrogen powered train and algae being used to power advertising columns in Paris. Now, a breakthrough in China brings promise for a new energy source of nuclear fusion. Researchers at the China-based Hefei Institutes of Physical Science, Chinese Academy of Science, have recorded temperatures in their nuclear fusion reactor of 100-million degrees Celsius. This is a crucial achievement in the quest for nuclear fusion energy production. Nuclear fusion requires the super-hot heating of hydrogen. This happens by heating up pure gas and ionising…
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