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Title: Proton fusion
Post by: franco malgarini on June 21, 2016, 05:20:10 PM
With tripolar fuel cell



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Title: Re: Proton fusion
Post by: franco malgarini on June 22, 2016, 02:36:53 PM
Use two of this cell:

Title: Re: Proton fusion
Post by: dieter on June 24, 2016, 06:04:14 AM
I wish you good luck and be careful!

As far as I remember any fusion causes gamma radiation, which is a nasty business.

4h to He4 ? Do I get this right, the 4 hydrogen protons are added to the helium nucleus,  but some have to become neutrons, and He4 is a helium isotope holding 4 neutrons (normaly one)? But what happened to the forth proton? Will it become a free neutron?

So take care, shields of water (fishtank type reactor), plus lead sheets I'd suggest.

half live of free neutrons is 15 minutes. Must offer a poison to a stabile product.

Btw. wouldn't that be a cool movie title?

"The Fourth Proton" ... Now in selected theaters!

Or.. did you mean 4 H protons become a He4 Atom? If so, how?? The helium has 2 Protons. You could maybe achieve a 2 Proton, 2 Neutron helium isotope, but that would'nt be He4, would it?