"....fuel densities in the solid state are 400 million times higher than that in a plasma. "
By utilising lattice confinement fusion (LCF), a process validated by NASA in 2021, our reactor design achieves solid-state fuel densities 400 million times higher than those achievable in the plasma. Our reactor design benefits from an electron-screened environment within the core, thereby reducing the energy required to overcome the coulomb barrier between particles. This reduces the required temperatures to induce fusion by several million degrees, unlocking orders of magnitude higher performance in a compact form factor.
Our systems produce two distinct fusion reactions in parallel with a single power input; fusion occurs in both the plasma and the solid-state lattice. We call this novel reactor design Multi-State Fusion (MSF).
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