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Light-ion fusion

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Light-ion fusion

(Science: radiobiology) light-Ion-Beam-Driven inertial confinement fusion, using beams of light ions driven at implosion targets. Pulsed-power driven accelerators are relatively efficient and cost-effective, but beam-focusing is a technical hurdle for this approach.