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Inertial confinement and Agilent digitizer ch. 2

Quick reminder: Inertial confinement is a technique used for fusion research to stabilise a plasma and in-so-doing generate cleaner nuclear energy with the same processes that power our own sun.  Major research centres include Megajoule in France (LMJ), NIF at Lawrence Livermore National Lab, and the Z-Machine at Sandia National Lab in the US

We feature today another Scientific Paper (Nature 434, 1115-1117, 28 April 2005)

Observation of nuclear fusion driven by a pyroelectric crystal

Here, research into room-temperature fusion is presented, that uses the heating a pyroelectric crystal in a deuterated atmosphere can generate fusion under desktop conditions.  The system uses two Agilent Acqiris high-speed digitizers in the detector arrangement, configured as an 8-channel digitizer.

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