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Plasmas Created in the Interaction of Antiprotons with Atomic and Ionized Hydrogen Isotopes. Suggested Fuels for Space Engines

Mohamed Assaad Abdel-Raouf, Abdelfattah T. Elgendy, Amr Abd Al-Rahman Youssef

Abstract: The main objective of the present work is to investigate the properties of plasmas created by injecting a thermalized beam of antiprotons in two types of media. The first is hydrogen, deuterium, or tritium atoms localized in palladium crystals. The second medium is composed of protons, deuterons, or tritons localized in a magnetic cavity. Particularly, it is demonstrated that huge amounts of energy are released in both cases which could be used as fuels for space shuttle engines. A novel mathematical scheme is employed to calculate the energy yields in real space at different incident energies of the antiprotons.
Keywords: Antiprotons / Antiprotonic Hydrogens / Antiprotonic Plasma / Fuel for Space Engines / Plasmas in Molecular Crystals / Palladium as Host for Neutral Plasma / Antiprotons-Ionized Hydrogen Isotopes Plasma

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