• Muon-catalyzed fusion (μCF) is a process allowing nuclear fusion to take place at temperatures significantly lower than the temperatures required for thermonuclear fusion, even at room temperature or lower. It is one of the few known ways of catalyzing nuclear fusion reactions.

  • Muon Catalysed Fusion is currently the only viable Fusion process since it can start from pure deuterium without Tritium.

  • From a general point of view, the open handling of tritium gas should not be implemented in any fusion reactor since it is too dangerous. Thus, it is absolutely necessary to start with pure deuterium for widespread use of nuclear fusion and this is the only method so far which can use pure deuterium.

  • A Muon catalyzed fusion reactor can breed its own tritium and slowly increase its efficiency up to an optimum operating point.

  • The company uses a condensed form of Hydrogen, with picometer bound distance. Utilizing high-efficiency laser, advanced reactors, nanomaterials, and Hydrogen annihilation we convert Hydrogen to high-energy particles for energy and electricity production. No harmful emission of hazardous materials is generated from the process.

  • A major milestone and technological break-through was reached in August 2017 with a consistently high flux of high energetic particles being produced from our reactor, ie., producing high amounts of energy. Experimental reactors are presently allocated as a multiple test validation reactors and for testing direct electricity conversion. Test demonstration systems with Muon production are in operation at several facilities in Norway as well as Sweden.

  • Ultra-dense Hydrogen is also of high importance for other fundamental scientific and industrial applications such as propulsion for relativistic rockets.

  • If you want to read more about Muon catalysed fusion and the benefits, wikipedia:

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