Most Commonly Used Chemical Building Blocks


From Wired magazine, the top 30 most used basic chemical foundation shapes.

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Thanks for the info. I was referring to a scaled up build process where the designs were successful and being mass produced. All the new components had supply chains built and now were also off the shelf. Then 9 months for standardized build times. Like now it takes 3-6 years to build a nuclear fission reactor.

How fast could new commercial fusion build occur after the ramp up phase ? Displace all of the coal plants. So reuse the sites and the power lines and substitute the fusion reactors where the coal burner was etc...

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With the development of non-off the shelf components like superconducting magnets it will take a little longer than 9 months.

Probably two years with a crash program.