Fission or Fusion 7.3

Heavy unstable nuclei split apart into two smaller nuclei.
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Two lightweight nuclei join together to form a heavier nucleus.
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Unstable nuclei release a huge amount of energy when they split.
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Lighwheight nuclei release a hug amount of energy when they join.
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Heavy nuclei will not release excess energy by splitting if they are as light as the element iron or lighter.
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Lightwheight nuclei will not release excess energy if the nucleus generated by fusing is heavier than iron.
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Reactions often produce daughter products that are radioactive. This causes a radioactive waste problem for nuclear energy production.
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Reactions often do not produce products that are radioactive. This makes the reactors an attractive possibility for nuclear energy production.
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Many countries, including Canada, generate some electrical power through these reactions.
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No commercial reactors are in use or under construction.
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Research continues to try to produce environmentally friendly nuclear power generation.
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Research continues to try to produce a nuclear reactor.
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This reaction is used in modern nuclear weapons by itself or to produce an explosion that will generate sufficient heat and pressure to trigger the other reaction.
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This reaction is used in modern nuclear weapons to generate most of the energy released in the blast. This reaction needs the heat and pressure from the other nuclear explosion to get it started.
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[image]+ [image] > 9236Kr + 14156Ba + 3[image] + energy
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21H + 31H > 42H +[image] + energy
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