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Number: 376/113
Name: Induced nuclear reactions: processes, systems, and elements > Nuclear fusion > Including accelerating particles into a stationary or static target (e.g., cockcroft-walton generator type) > With electrostatic voltage generating means
Description: Subject matter wherein the directed nuclei reaches the sufficient energy by means which creates a static electric accelerating potential.

Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
8059779 .sup.3HE fusion device with direct electrical conversion Nov. 15, 2011
7639770 Cylindrical neutron generator Dec. 29, 2009
7053565 Electrostatic fluid accelerator for and a method of controlling fluid flow May. 30, 2006
6714615 MOS-type semiconductor integrated circuit Mar. 30, 2004
6606370 System for the storage and transportation of anti-matter Aug. 12, 2003
5152956 Neutron tube comprising an electrostatic ion source Oct. 6, 1992
4004175 High voltage particle accelerator utilizing polycrystalline ferroelectric ceramic material Jan. 18, 1977
3996473 Pulsed neutron generator using shunt between anode and cathode Dec. 7, 1976

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