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How do impurities move in tungsten?

(National Institutes of Natural Sciences) The National Institute for Fusion Science (NIFS) has developed a method for investigating at high-speed utilizing a supercomputer the migration paths of plasma particles (impurity atoms) that immerged inside the fusion reactor materials. Here, we take out numerous small domains covering the entire volume of the material and apply molecular dynamics1) to the domains.
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