Subject: Can we make Titanium in a Nuclear fussion or fission reactor?
Date: Thu Mar 15 22:29:40 2007
Posted by Yevgeniy
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Area of science: Physics
Could we make rare elements, say Titanium in a Nuclear fission or fusion
reactor if elements differ from each other by number of protons and neutrons,
say can we break up other elements into protons and neutrons and take what we
recieve and combine protons and neutrons to make gold, silver, or titanium?
Re: Can we make Titanium in a Nuclear fussion or fission reactor?
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