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Deuterium The term 'Deuterium' as it applies to the area of fusion can be defined as 'A heavy isotope of hydrogen whose nucleus contains both a neutron and a proton. The simplest fusion reaction to produce in a fusion reactor consists of fusing deuterium with tritium (see 'tritium' below)'.
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