Nanowire-zapping lasers unlock micro-scale nuclear fusion efficiency record
15Mar

The target chamber can be seen in the front of this image of the lab at ...

Researchers at Colorado State University (CSU) have broken the efficiency record for nuclear fusion on the micro-scale. Using an ultra-fast, high-powered tabletop laser, the team’s results were about 500 times more efficient than previous experiments. The key to that success is the target material: instead of a flat piece of polymer, the researchers blasted arrays of nanowires to create incredibly hot, dense plasmas.

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