“One lining being considered uses lithium, which is applied to the inner graphite wall of the reactor and diffuses into the graphite, creating an entirely new material called lithiated graphite.”
“Soon lithium salts and lithiated beverages, products with brand names like Buffalo Lithia Springs Water, were being sold widely as curatives.”
“The lithiated drink with the most lasting influence arrived in 1929, with the name Bib-Label Lithiated Lemon-Lime Soda.”
“During a fusion reaction, some of the deuterium atoms strike the inner walls of the reactor and are either "pumped," causing them to bind with the lithiated graphite, or returned to the core and recycled back to the plasma.”
“We now have an understanding of how the lithiated graphite controls the recycling of hydrogen," Allain said.”
“We are learning, at the atomic level, exactly how it is pumped and what dictates the binding of deuterium in this lithiated graphite.”
“The energy causes tiny micro - and nano-scale features to "self-organize" on the surface of the lithiated graphite under normal plasma-surface interaction conditions.”
“The lithiated graphite binds to deuterium atoms in fuel inside fusion reactors known as tokamaks.”
“Yet that potential has not been realized as a result of poorly understood processes that render the silicon electrode incapable of being lithiated and delithiated repeatedly during battery charging and discharging cycles.”
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