Nuclear fusion: Is it the solution to all our energy problems around the world? TAE-Technologies has now succeeded in creating stable plasma at 50 million degrees Celsius. Hydrogen and boron were used as fuel – a technology that promises a lot.
The isotope boron-11 must melt with one proton at a time. In addition, the hot plasma was stabilized here by a self-generated magnetic field. The US company has now announced that it will continue to develop this technology and build a commercially viable fusion furnace by the end of the decade.
This article is written by Christine Kirchhoff
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