Talk:Levitated dipole

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Hello All,

This article could be SO much longer. I am going to add tons of information, the LDX team at MIT have put much of their content on the web for everyone, so there is no issues with paywalls. I have a couple of questions:

1. Why does the geometry of the LDX suppress bred tritium?

2. Was the original dipole encased in stainless steel or inconel? I have read papers which said both at different times.

3. Getting the correct plasma behavior, on this page, in a simple way, is the ultimate goal here, what data did the LDX team get for plasma density, temperature, diamagnetism?

4. What picture does this provide for us on plasma behavior (including how the fields behave)?