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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    Electric Fusion Systems Inc. (EFS) employs multiple strategies through its Light Element Electric Fusion (LEEF) technology to minimize neutron production, enhancing safety and reducing potential radioactive waste. These strategies include:
    1. Aneutronic
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    Interesting theory to be certain, how does this fit into the work EFS is doing? I would love your help to understand your theory.

    EFS LEEF (Light Element Electric Fusion) technology by Electric Fusion Systems Inc. represents a novel approach to nuclear…
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    EFS's fusion process operates at significantly lower temperatures compared to traditional "hot fusion" methods, but it doesn't take place in a solid medium like many Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR) are thought to. Specifically, EFS's Light Element
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    No, neutrinos are not typically involved in the direct reaction of Lithium-7 (^7Li) with a proton (p) to form two helium-4 (^4He) nuclei, commonly written as:
    7Li+→2 7Li+p→2α
    (where α denotes an alpha particle, or a helium-4 nucleus), is a nuclear fusion…
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    Lithium-7 + 1H Reaction Overview
    The reaction between Lithium-7 and a proton can be represented as:
    7Li+1H→4He+4He(17.6 MeV)7Li+1H→4He+4He(17.6MeV)
    In this reaction, a Lithium-7 nucleus and a proton fuse to produce two alpha particles (helium-4 nuclei),…
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    The reaction is 7Li+1H > 2He + ~17mev
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    The EFS website has been updated with significant improvements in information provided.
    Thanks!
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  • k.e.kopp replied to the thread Electric Fusion Systems.

    Thanks all for the patience! The wheels of progress do indeed turn slow!

    Based on the discussion thread, here are the identified questions, objections, and points, along with detailed technical replies designed to educate regarding EFS LEEF technology:

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