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Central Electron Density The term 'Central Electron Density' as it applies to the area of fusion can be defined as 'The electron density is the number of electrons per unit volume. This changes as one moves from the tokamak axis to the edge. The central electron density (the density in the center of the plasma) is important since it is in the center where most fusion reactions take place'.
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