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Controlling the Plasma

When the plasma reaches 100 million degrees Celsius, coming into contact with anything colder, such as the sides of the reactor, cools it, preventing fusion. But plasma is charged, like a magnet, and is held in the middle of the reactor by strong electromagnets surrounding it.

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