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Department of Energy That’s in contrast to the fission reaction used in conventional nuclear power plants, where large atoms like uranium are split apart. The trouble for fusion is that the nuclei are positively charged and thus repel each other. To get them to overcome their opposition, you have to get them moving really, really fast in a confined space and create a high-energy state of matter known as plasma. For example, consider electron–positron annihilation, in which the rest energy of these two individual particles is converted to the radiant energy of the photons produced in the process. When an isolated system is given more degrees of freedom (i.e., given new available energy states that are the same as existing states), then total energy spreads over all available degrees equally without distinction between "new" and "old" degrees. The second law of thermodynamics is simple only for systems which are near or in a physical equilibrium state. For non-equi