Bubble Physics Explored in Fusion Quest Chemists discover that tiny air bubbles in a flask of strong acid can get hotter than the surface of the sun. This finding is the latest development in a controversial pursuit to generate nuclear energy in a tabletop device.
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Bubble Physics Explored in Fusion Quest

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Bubble Physics Explored in Fusion Quest

Bubble Physics Explored in Fusion Quest

Bubble Physics Explored in Fusion Quest

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Chemists discover that tiny air bubbles in a flask of strong acid can get hotter than the surface of the sun. This finding is the latest development in a controversial pursuit to generate nuclear energy in a tabletop device.

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