posted by pam on .
To run efficiently and productively, a fusion reaction must operate at temperatures greater than __ degrees C.
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To overcome this repulsion, the nuclei must be heated to a temperature of about 50 million degrees. At this temperature most nuclei are moving fast enough so that they can collide and produce fusion. Yes.
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