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Bootstrap current

Bootstrap current

(Science: radiobiology) currents driven in toroidal devices by neo-classical diffusion. They may amount to a substantial fraction of the net current in a tokamak reactor, thus lengthening the pulse time or decreasing the power needed for current drive.

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