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inertial-confinement fusion[i¦nər·shəl kən′fīn·mənt ‚fyü·zhən]
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In a major policy change, the Department of Energy announced last December that it will gradually declassify information related to its inertial-confinement fusion
National Laboratory, where researchers have been trying to develop new targets for inertial-confinement fusion
uses pellets of solid fuel that receive blasts of laser light or accelerated particles to induce fusions in them.