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This is a controlled nuclear chain reaction in the opposite of an uncontrolled nuclear chain reaction in nuclear bombs. A ship mounted gravimeter was developed by Lucien Lacoste and Arnold Romberg in 1936. Centrifuge stages normally consist of a large number of centrifuges in parallel. When the reverse voltage applied exceeds the breaking reverse voltage, the internal electric field is high enough to produce high gains of the order of 106 [ 11, 12 ]. Protons are positive charges so should repel each other.

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