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Helium-3 availability to increase with new supply deal

Laurentis Energy Partners has plans to extract and commercialise the Helium-3 isotope by the end of this year. The company will be using Tritium stored at Canada's Darlington nuclear power plant as a source of He-3 for applications in quantum computing, medicine and security. The main way He-3 forms on Earth is from the radioactive decay of tritium, a heavy isotope of hydrogen. He-3 itself is not radioactive.

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