All my readers already know stars are electrochemical in nature, so the words electrochemistry next to "star" should pop up some results on the internet archive arxiv.org which has millions of papers on scientific matters right?
Well, not exactly.
Type in the search bar: electrochemistry star
or electrochemical star... ooo one paper on "neutron star matter", it doesn't mention stars like the Sun or Bellatrix
Let us get real here. Plasma is electrically conducting matter. Stars are full of elements which provide the basis of all chemistry.
So it should be obvious that stars are electrochemical, right?
Fusion dogma has destroyed all inquiry and further development into star research. Star science as it currently stands according to establishment is a dead end.