cold fusion(redirected from Arguments in the cold fusion controversy)
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A hypothetical form of nuclear fusion occurring without the use of extreme temperature or pressure.
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a hypothetical form of nuclear fusion postulated to occur at relatively low temperatures and pressures, as at room temperature and at one atmosphere.
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|Noun||1.||cold fusion - nuclear fusion at or near room temperatures; claims to have discovered it are generally considered to have been mistaken|
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