Introduction to Cold Nuclear Fusion
Cold nuclear fusion refers to a nuclear fusion reaction at relatively low temperature (or even normal temperature). This situation is a conceptual 'hypothesis' proposed for thermonuclear fusion (the thermonuclear reaction inside a star) known to exist in nature. This assumption will greatly reduce the reaction requirements, as long as the extra-nuclear electrons can be freed from the nucleus of the atomic nucleus at a lower temperature, or the high-intensity and high-density magnetic field is used to block the neutrons or the neutrons are directed at high temperatures. Controlled cold nuclear fusion reactions can be generated using more common and simpler equipment, while also making nuclear fusion reactions safer.