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Nuclear Hydrogen Production: An Overview

ByXing L. Yan, Satoshi Konishi, Masao Hori, Ryutaro Hino

When atoms split or join, a bit of the original atomic mass gets uncounted for. The mass lost (m) shows up as energy (E) of an enormous quantity of E = mc2, where c is the speed of light, stated Albert Einstein in 1905. Nearly all of this atomic energy may be harnessed in nuclear reactor that sends it out to processes of conversion in to one or more forms of energy carrier known as electricity, hydrogen, and heat.