Cluster formation and hydrogen co-deposition by colliding ablation plasma plumes of lithium and lead


In high-repetition inertial confinement fusion (ICF) reactors, the interior of target chamber is exposed repeatedly to intense pulses of fusion neutrons, X-rays, unburned DT-fuel particles, He-ash and pellet debris, the total deposited energy of which could amount to a few tens of Joules/cm2/implosion. As a result, wall materials are subject to ablation… (More)


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