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Does fusion power represent the future of energy generation?

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Background and Context of Debate:

Efficiency: Is fusion an efficient way to generate electricity?

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  • The transformation of kinetic energy of neutrons to electricity is a complicated process - Most of the energy obtained by fusion of atomic nuclei is in the form of kinetic energy of emitted neutrons. It's a long way from there to electricity.





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Will fusion power become a reality within the next 30 years?

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