Edward I. Moses, Robert L. McCrory, David D. Meyerhofer and Christopher J. Keane
The field of high-energy-density physics is on the verge of a revolutionary event—the achievement of fusion ignition in the laboratory. Research at the University of Rochester and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will enable new science to be conducted
in astrophysics, materials science and laser-matter interactions.
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Publish Date: 01 May 2009
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