Both fission and fusion can produce energy in some cases, and absorb energy in other cases.
The sun energy is due to nuclear fusion.
Some reactions produce energy, some require energy.
by nucleoli fission reactions
fussion and fission
Now do you mean fission or fusion? Fussion seems a combination of the two.
yes, Fusion produces energy more than fission by around 400 times for same mass.
The amount of energy produced by a fission reaction can be used to produce a high amount energy that can be converted into electricity.
nuclear fusion reaction
no. the sun uses fussion, not fission. fussion requires two hydrogens that "fuse" to make a helium, which gives off a lot more energy then fission. It does not require uranium.
Both release excess nuclear binding energy.
kinetic and radiation energies are produced by the nuclear fission reactions. The kinetic energy of fission fragments transfers to heat energy.
Fission- which is splitting of the atoms.] Fussion-which is the combining of the atoms.]
Nuclear fission. Larger atoms are broken into smaller parts and energy is released. Nuclear fusion is where lighter atoms are fused together - as happens in the sun. This also produce energy, though much more.
it is because during nuclear fussion some amount of matter is changed into energy
This source is the fission energy.
The reactions, fission and fusion, are not themselves forms of electromagnetic radiation. However the energy they subsequently produce are forms of such radiation. Light, heat, gamma, x rays etc.
Nuclear reactors produce exactly one additional fission for each fission reaction while nuclear bombs don't Nuclear bombs are runaway fission reactions and reactors aren't (APEX)
Fusion and fission nuclear reactions.
Nuclear energy is obtained through fission and fusion reactions.
the importance of nuclear reactions are very important.for energy purpose these reactions are very important because many energetic outgoing particles produce fission and fusion.
The law of msass and energy conservation is valid also in nuclear fission reactions.