None of the planets is a fusion reactor. The sun is a fusion reactor but it is not a planet.
What is the Tokamak Fusion Reactor?
Deutrium and tritium are needed as fuel in fusion reactor.
Nobody knows- they have not yet built a fully working fusion reactor.
Nuclear fusion requires very high temperatures and immense pressures to start and continue. The problems with a nuclear fusion reactor would be:- 1) the high temperatures would melt the container: therefore, the reaction would have to be stored in a vacuum suspended by a magnetic field and the reactor would have to be continually cooled. 2) nuclear fusion occurs naturally in stars such as our sun: unless the fusion reaction was limited in size in some way, it would be likely that our planet is vapourised by the reaction.
It can't as nobody has figured out how to make a fusion reactor.
It doesn't produce radioactive byproducts.
solar is a billion times better.
As of July 2014 fusion reactors remain theoretical and the subject of active research and experimentation. Fission produces radioactive wastes, whereas fusion is expected to be cleaner.
No place, we have not yet determined how to make a fusion reactor. Only fusion bombs.
An Ark reactor as currently describe in comic is very much like a Nuclear Fuel Cell. Possibly convert energy from Nuclear reaction to power. Possibly a plasma nuclear fusion reactor. I believe in the future it could be made. See the link and compare the similarity of fusion reactor and Ark reactor.
Nuclear fusion reactors do not exist yet as we don't know how to build them. All nuclear reactors are nuclear fission reactors.
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At this time there is no known method of constructing a controlled fusion reactor.
0% No country gets any of its energy from fusion as nobody has figured out how to build a controlled fusion reactor.
Tritium and deuterium
Yes. The Sun is an enormous nuclear fusion reactor.
uranium-235 your welcome :)
Not yet, but people are trying to build a fusion reactor.
Fusion is the combining of two atoms to make one, fission is the splitting of an atom to make two.
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