Spectrographs of Heavier Fusion Produced Elements

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Elements from Sulfur to Zirconium: Left clicking on the image enlarges the image.

Here are the fusion produced spectrographs of the chemical elements shown in alphbetical order of their chemical names. All of these elements are formed from the common Hydrogen fusion process within about 4.6 microseconds from the time of the fusion's beginning. It is certain that the economic value of the thermal energy converted to electrical energy exceeds by many thousands of times the value of the elements contained in the common Hydrogen's fusion ash, but the recovery from the ash of valuable chemical elements would probably supply enough value to sustain the operation of the Fusion Reactor Facility.

Above: Sulphur 499.35 nm

Above: Tantalum 426.826 nm & 430.298 nm

Above: Technetium 408.871 nm

Above: Tellurium - too weak for detection

Above: Terbium 425.524 nm, 426.969 nm & 427.521 nm

Above: Thallium 654.984 nm

Above: Thorium 400.821 nm

Above: Thulium 435.993 nm

Above: Tin 635.435 nm

Above: Titanium 429.094 nm

Above: Tungsten 393.503 nm & 400.503 nm

Above: Uranium 463.162 nm

Above: Vanadium 438.472 nm

Above: Xenon 569.575 nm

Above: Ytterbium 536.366 nm

Above: Yittrium 404.764 nm

Above: Zinc 636.234 nm

Above: Zirconium 426.802 nm