FAQ - The fusor - A needed, all in one exposition for the newbie

If you wonder how/why fusion works, or how/why the Fusor works, look here first.
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FAQ - The fusor - A needed, all in one exposition for the newbie

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I have created a PDF related to the "simple amateur fusor" that should tell a newbie or an interested party what it is and defines it as well as telling how it does fusion. Take a look at it and for those who see it among the betters among us let me know if I have left anything out as regards a general and not overly detailed treatment of the simple amateur fusor.

After reading the simple post on the fusor in the attached PDF, if you would want more complex fusion physics related details see:

viewtopic.php?p=95432&hilit=pdf#p95432

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4/15/22 restored missing PDF in original post above.

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Richard, overall good. I was surprised you never mentioned the tunneling concept that accounts for nearly all fusion in a fusor.
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Re: FAQ - The fusor - A needed, all in one exposition for the newbie

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I have it explained in the fusion process posting and its PDF.

viewtopic.php?p=95432&hilit=pdf#p95432

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