The Lawrenceville Plasma Physics work that shows that they have confined of ions with energies in excess of 100 keV (the equivalent of a temperature of over 1 billion degrees C) in a dense plasma has been accepted for publication on the peer-reviewed Journal of Fusion Energy.
The article is particularly significant as the first peer-reviewed publication of the basic theory guiding LPP's pursuit of useful fusion energy from the dense plasma focus, as well as featuring the first experimental results from the team's Focus Fusion-1 experimental device
Friedwardt Winterbergs description of using conical imploding wires as an improved method to generate the ultrafast jets that are needed for impact nuclear fusion has also been published in the peer reviewed Journal of Fusion Energy
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