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The first wall for a muon catalyzed fusion reaction will need to withstand pressures of the order of 108 Pa at moderate temperatures of about 103 K. Hence, this wall may be viewed as a thick cladding not unlike pressure tubes used in some fission reactors. However, while the design concept suggests some simplifications, significant problems remain to be studied; among these are the material requirements and the high pressure operation under conditions of high neutron influence.

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