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43 Recent articles in the popular literature (Fusion)




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This article is from the Fusion FAQ, by Robert F. Heeter heeter1@llnl.gov with numerous contributions by others.

43 Recent articles in the popular literature (Fusion)

* Conn, et al, "The International Thermonuclear Experimental
Reactor," _Scientific American_, April 1992.

Describes plans for ITER.

Level - high school physics.
[Robert F. Heeter, rfheeter@phoenix.princeton.edu]

* Furth, H. P., "Magnetic Confinement Fusion," _Science_, Sept. 28, 1990, pp. 1522-1527.

Summarizes Magnetic Confinement Fusion research.

Level - high school physics.
[Robert F. Heeter, rfheeter@pppl.gov]

* Jones, Steven E. "Muon-Catalyzed Fusion Revisited," _Nature_,
May 8, 1986, pp. 127-133.

Historical and scientific summary of muon-catalyzed fusion.
Answers just about every frequently-asked question.

Level - high school physics.
[Robert F. Heeter, rfheeter@pppl.gov]

* Lemonick, Michael. "Blinded by the Light," _Time_, Dec. 20,
1993, p. 54.

Describes the first high-power D-T experiments on TFTR.

Level - basic literacy. :)
[Robert F. Heeter, rfheeter@phoenix.princeton.edu]

* Pope, Gregory T. "Sun in a Bottle," _Popular Mechanics_,
April 1994, pp. 110-111.

General article on state of (U.S. mostly) magnetic fusion.

Level - high school physics (?)
[Robert F. Heeter, rfheeter@phoenix.princeton.edu]

*** Note:
Science, Scientific American, and Nature often have articles.

 

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