MadSci Network: Physics

Subject: Using Nuclear Energy to charge Plasma?

Date: Tue Oct 14 20:32:14 1997
Posted by Michael D. Metcalf
Grade level: other
School: N/A
City: Norfolk State/Province: VA
Country: USA
Area of science: Physics
ID: 876879134.Ph

What would be the possibilities of using Nuclear Energy to charge Plasma? And if you could, would it be possible to not only store the energy in a plasma field, but also transport it by means of Waveguide or Electromagnetic Constrictors? Would this also be a more efficient way to store and harness the energy of a Nuclear Force? Just curious

Thanks, M.D. Metcalf

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