Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Quantum Fusion

Authors: Solomon Budnik

This article provides new insights in the interaction of light and matter and describes physical processes and technologies that enable the creation of quantum fusion in materialization of the Quantum Fusion (QF) Hypothesis which is applicable in the fields of molecular, quantum and computational mechanics,, material science, quantum physics and astrophysics, and electronics.

Comments: 18 Pages. NextGen nuclear engineering

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[v1] 2017-07-25 10:58:55

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