Calculating the Boltzmann factor for fusion


by frazzle96
Tags: activation energy, boltzmann factor, nuclear fusion
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Nov3-13, 04:02 PM
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Hi all,

I'm trying to calculate the Boltzmann factor for a fusion reaction, however I can't find the activation energy anywhere for tritium-deuterium fusion. Is there a way of calculating the Boltzmann factor without the activation energy?

Thanks,

Frazer
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