Probably a lot of people with disagree with this, but I think it decreased. The threat of mutual assured destruction was enough---and still is I think---to ensure that the great nation states would always try to avoid war at all costs. Totally agree with above Answer, in addition with both having nuke capability they both had what is known as (certainly in the military) as a "credible deterrent" I agree with other answers, both countries knew that if they used theirs, the other country would. Neither countries wanted as much danger as nukes were. There is an entire branch of theories dedicated to this type of situation called game theory. the overall verdict is that it decreased until someone launches a nuke. I agree with the answers above. The likelihood of war was greatly decreased, but the overall devastation of one would be greatly increased.
Only the use of a nuclear bomb would be considered a catastrophe. The development of nuclear weapons can be ill-advised, can be costly, can raise tensions and increase the likelihood that one will be used, but is not itself catastrophic.
They will increase.
Atomic radius decreases horizontally in periodic table. This is due to increase in nuclear charge.
If and when the technology is created, fusion power would be infinitely more beneficial than nuclear power. Fusion would decrease pollution and increase electricity output.
They begin to split, almost like a nuclear atom; the more you put on to it the more it splits
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Because with the increase of atomic number,the effective nuclear charge increases gradually because of addition of more and more protons in the nucleus.
across a period, atomic size reduces due to increase in nuclear charge. Down a group, number of shells increase and hence, atomic radius.
it is because there is no electron entering a new shell so the nuclear charge(+) over an electron cloud(-) is increased due to increase in protons in nucleus
This is because the attraction of bonding electrons by an atom increases with nuclear charge(At.No.) and decrease of atomic radius.both these factors operate as we move to the right in period
Ionization energy increases from left to right across periodic table.It is because of increasing nuclear charge.
It is the moderator that slows neutrons down to thermal energies to increase the likelihood of capture and a subsequent fission.
as atomic number is increase the size of the atom goes on increasing as more number of electron is added to the outer most orbit so the nuclear force exerted by the nucleus on electron is less so the affinity to loose electorn is more as the atomic number is increase that is the reason ionization energy decrease with increase in atomic number
there is an increase in atomic number and atomic size down the group due to addition of extra shells.this increase in the atomic size overcomes the effect of an increase in the nuclear charge.Therefore ionisation energy decreases with an increase in atomic size i.e.,it decreases as one moves down a group..
Three problems associated with nuclear waste
Beta decay results in either an increase or decrease in the number of protons, which results in a change in the nuclear charge and produces an atom of a different element.
India have 20 nuclear reactors & 5 is in under development ....!!!!
As we move left to right across a period of a periodic table ,atomic radius decreases due to increase in effective nuclear charge and if we move top to bottom across a group then atomic radius increases due to decrease in effective nuclear charge.
research and development project that produced nuclear weapons. This increase population
I don't see that they do.
No, ionization energy increase when we move from left to right (in a period) in periodic table, because atomic size decreases and nuclear charge increases.
By an even number.
At the center, both the temperature and the pressure are highest. Both a high pressure and a high temperature increase the likelihood of fusion.
The likelihood of the 50 workers that stayed is they will die from radiation exposure.