How do you say nuclear reaction in German?
nuclear reaction= Kernreaktion
No, we wouldn't say uranium-235 is a product of nuclear fission. It is used a fuel in nuclear fission, and the products of a fission reaction come from that uranium.
If you meant to say 'very high' temperature, you probably mean nuclear fusion
nuclear reaction and nuclear equation
Today class, we will be trying to produce our own nuclear reaction. The nuclear reaction provides us with nuclear energy.
No, a nuclear bomb involves a nuclear chain-reaction. A chemical reaction involves the orbiting electrons in an atom. A nuclear reaction involves the nucleus (hence "Nuclear") of an atom.
similarity between nuclear reaction and ordinary reaction
Current nuclear reactors rely on nuclear fission as their nuclear reaction.
No The nuclear chain reaction is called nuclear fission not fusion,
A nuclear chain reaction nuclear fission
fusion nuclear reaction followed by fission nuclear reaction
Nuclear fission of Uranium-235 is the predominant reaction in todays nuclear industry.
occurs when one nuclear reaction causes on average of one or more nuclear.
A nuclear reaction is not considered a living thing.
A nuclear reaction involves changes in the nucleus of an atom, and it is from the atomic nucleus that energy is released in a nuclear reaction.
The nuclear reaction used in the Bataan power plant is nuclear fission.
A nuclear chain reaction happens when a nuclear reaction causes more nuclear reactions. This happens mostly due to the energy released stimulating more reactions, which then release energy.
Energy comes from either nuclear fission or nuclear fusion. Each nuclear reaction has unique characteristics, and there are answered questions here that can enlighten an investigator as to the particulars.
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Nuclear energy is either: fission reaction, or fusion reaction, or radioactive decay
Nuclear fusion is a nuclear reaction, not a chemical reaction. In nuclear fusion, the nuclei of atoms combine in order to form new atoms (hence the term nuclear reaction). This type of reaction is mainly concerned with the movement of protons and neutrons. This is opposed to chemical reactions, which are mainly concerned with the interaction of electrons - the atoms remain of the same element, and the atomic nuclei are unchanged.
In a controlled nuclear reaction it's critical that excess neutrons are absorbed what is or are used to do this?
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The nuclear reaction involve changes in the atomic nucleus.
A nuclear chain reaction occurs when one nuclear reaction causes an average of one or more nuclear reactions, thus leading to a self-propagating series of these reactions. The specific nuclear reaction may be the fission of heavy isotopes (e.g. 235U) or the fusion of light isotopes (e.g. 2H and 3H). The nuclear chain reaction releases several million times more energy per reaction than any chemical reaction.
A nuclear reaction involve also the atomic nucleus and can change the nature of the chemical element.
Nuclear Fission & Nuclear fusion.
the nuclear kind
The neutron is used to begin a nuclear chain reaction.
Nuclear fusion and chemical reaction are very different processes.
In actuality, a spontaneous fission event begins a nuclear chain reaction. It kick starts a nuclear chain reaction. And a neutron from that fission will initiate another fission to continue and rev up that nuclear chain reaction.
The answer can certainly be more complicated and detailed, but simply- the reaction in a nuclear power point is designed to be a "slow" controlled reaction that can be monitored and "shut down", with a nuclear power point having multiple safeguards. To the contrary, a nuclear weapon's reaction is designed to be the opposite- violent and uncontrollable so that once detonation has begun, the results are catastrophic.
Binding energy (Strong Atomic Force) is released in a nuclear fusion or a nuclear fission reaction.
Fusion is the type of nuclear reaction that fuels your solar system.
Yes, it is possible; disintegration is not considered a nuclear reaction.
Neutron particle is needed to begin nuclear chain reaction.
a self sustaining nuclear fission reaction is sustained by the neutron chain reaction patented by Leo Szilard in 1934.
The motto of German nuclear energy project is 'Deutsche Physik'.
An amtom undergoes a reaction ant attains a more stable from how do you know is it was chemical or nuclear reaction?
If an atom undergoes a reaction and attains a more stable form, you know if the reaction was a chemical reaction or a nuclear reaction by studying what exactly happened to the atom.
A nuclear reaction is much powerful than a chemical reaction.
In nuclear fusion reaction two nuclei are combined by providing the energy.
By producing a nuclear chain reaction in U235 in a nuclear reactor
A bomb can be either conventional or nuclear.
Fusion is a nuclear reaction.
In a nuclear fission reaction, a freely moving neutron undergoes neutron capture and initiates the nuclear fission of a fuel atom.
No, fusion is a type of nuclear reaction.
In order for a nuclear reaction to be balanced, there are quantities that must be conserved. The quantities are the atomic numbers and mass numbers of the particles involved in the reaction.