I was thinking it would have to be an incredibly hazardous amount of radioisotope to get a usable amount of energy...but then I suppose the power level would not be controllable through chain-reaction, and you may as well be dealing with fusion at that point.
Thanks for the insight Rich.
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- Wed May 29, 2019 11:19 pm
- Forum: Fusor and/or General Fusion Theory (& FAQs)
- Topic: Boron - Neutron Fuel
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My experience with nuclear fusion is minimal though I have done some research on it and I know this idea is technically neutron capture, not fusion buuuuuttt.... I was wondering if neutron absorption of boron would be a feasible way to produce energy. I couldn't find anything relating to this topic,...