low-temperature fusion


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low-temperature fusion:

see cold fusioncold fusion
or low-temperature fusion,
nuclear fusion of deuterium, an isotope of hydrogen, at or relatively near room temperature. Fusion, the reaction involved in the release of the destructive energy of a hydrogen bomb, requires extremely high temperatures, and
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