Subject: Could sonoluminescence be the answer relatively cheap fusion?
Date: Fri Mar 23 15:56:05 2001
Posted by DJ
Grade level: 10-12
School: Boulder High School
City: Boulder State/Province: Colorado
Area of science: Physics
Could sonoluminescence (bombarding air bubbles in liquid with ultrasonic waves
until they implode, creating millions of degrees of heat) be used in
conjunction with some tritium-infused heavy water (water with "heavy" hydrogen
in place of normal hydrogen in the H2O) to create relatively cheap (powerwise)
Re: Could sonoluminescence be the answer relatively cheap fusion?
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