Neil Farbstein the President of Vulvox Nano/Biotechnology Corporation announced today that Vulvox has designed a muonic fusion reactor that uses beams of muons to catalyze nuclear fusion. Vulvox has a reactor on the drawing board that should be capable of generating power past the breakeven level of production. Past experiments on muonic fusion have shown that up to 150 fusion events can be generated by each muon produced by an atomic accelerator. Break-even will be achieved by about 300 fusions per muon and theoretical work at Vulvox indicates that more than 300 fusion events per muon will be possible with the reactor designed at Vulvox. Vulvox is a nanotechnology, and materials science startup company that is desiging carbon nanotube, and other carbon nanofiber composite materials for use in constructing fusion reactors. Fusion reactors will become radioactive from exposure to neutrons generated by nuclear fusion. Carbon composite materials for constructing fusion reactors are being sought by the DOE since they do not become as intensely radioactive as metal that is exposed to high energy neutrons from that type of reactor. "We plan to use racetrack accellerators to conserve power and to generate muons in the most efficient manner. The racetrack enables recycling of protons used in generating muons." said Neil Farbstein, the inventor of the muonic fusion reactor. Protons colliding with the target hydrogen atoms produce muons that catalyze nuclear fusion when they strike gaseous mixtures of deuterium and tritium.
Molecules consisting of deuterium and tritium capture muons and the muon displaces an electron in deuterium or tritium. The greater mass of the muon causes it to orbit the nucleus much closer than the electron it replaces. The muon's tight orbit screens the charge of the nucleus it orbits around, allowing the two nuclei to get much closer to each other. The close internuclear distance permits quantum mechanical tunneling to occur, resulting in nuclear fusion without the extremely high temperatures and pressures necessary in inertial confinement and magnetic confinement type fusion reactors. Investors, scientists, Corporate managers seeking partnerships, and reporters should contact Neil Farbstein- President of Vulvox Inc. at 516-921-5058 or at email@example.com