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What two elements are involved in nuclear fusion reaction?

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Answered 2012-01-04 09:52:34

Various isotopes of Hydrogen are fusible into Helium.

Helium is fusible into Carbon.

Carbon, various isotopes of Hydrogen, and Helium are fusible into Nitrogen and Oxygen.

After this the reactions get complex, but the final results are Nickel and Iron.

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