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Ionically-bonded fluids are impervious to radiation

The basic problem in nuclear fuel is that it is covalently bonded and in a solid form.

If the fuel were a fluid salt, its ionic bonds would be impervious to radiation damage and the fluid form would allow easy extraction of fission product gases, thus permitting unlimited burnup.

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