Fusion: Old Puzzles and New Probes


Prof. Robert Vandenbosch is a Professor (Emeritus) of Chemistry at the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington. Prof. Vandenbosch is a world reknown expert on nuclear fission and heavy ion-induced nuclear reactions. He is known for his extensive work on fusion reactions. This lecture, delivered at the American Chemical Society meeting in San Diego, California on April 1, 2001, is an overview of the nuclear fusion process by one of the world's experts. Prof. Vandenbosch can be reached at v@npl.washington.edu.

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