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Controlled thermonuclear fusion

Controlled thermonuclear fusion

(Science: radiobiology) The process in which light nuclei, heated to a high temperature in a confined region, undergo fusion reactions under controlled conditions, with associated release of energy which may be harnessed for useful purposes.

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