- Kevin Jacobson
- Richland Center, WI
- United States
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Why can't we achieve fusion with normal Hydrogen(Protium)?
In fusion research, experiments are almost always done using Deuterium-Deuterium reactions or Deuterium-Tritium reactions, but why can't reactions be achieved with Protium, the most common isotope of Hydrogen which makes up most of our sea water?