Cold fusion (disambiguation)
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Cold fusion is a hypothetical type of nuclear reaction that would occur at or near room temperature, originally claimed by electrochemists Fleischmann and Pons.
Cold fusion may also refer to:
- Muon-catalyzed fusion, an accepted phenomenon, was sometimes called cold fusion
- Pyroelectric fusion, first achieved in 2005, uses a pyroelectric crystal to accelerate ions to fusion energies with room temperature equipment
- Polywell fusion, uses inertial electrostatic confinement to attract and confine ions so densely that they fuse
- Nuclear fusion where the product nuclei have a relatively low excitation energy of around 10 to 20 MeV (largely used with this definition mostly in the field of the synthesis of superheavy elements)
- Cold Fusion (Doctor Who), 1996 novel by Lance Parkin, based on the sci-fi TV series Doctor Who.
- Cold Fusion (The Twilight Zone), An episode of the 2002 TV series
- Cold Fusion (Warren Miller), A movie about skiing and snowboarding
- Cold Fusion (film) - 2011 thriller about a UFO downed in USSR
- Cold Fusion, a Drum n Bass duo. Produced by Alex Posell and Noel Stiers.
- Cold Fusion, a Martial Industrial/Dark Ambient project by Marcin Bachtiak.
- ColdFusion, application server and development framework for computer software
- ColdFusion Markup Language, CFML, scripting programming language for the Adobe server
- ColdFusion on Wheels, web application framework
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