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How much hydrogen is in the suns core?
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Asked in Elements and Compounds
When hydrogen fuses with hydrogen what new element does this produce?
Asked in Supernovae
Which element in the core of a high mass star leads ultimately to a supernova explosion?
The Answer may be hydrogen. Hydrogen moves to the suns core as it starts to die, or explode. hydrogen is a very flammable gas. A star, like the sun is surrounded by heat. this heat will ignite the hydrogen gases as it moves to the core. This ignition of the hydrogen will cause the star to expand in size and increase in temperature.
Asked in Stars
Where is the sun's heat produced?
The Sun produces energy by the nuclear fusion of hydrogen into helium in its core. What that means is that, since there is a huge amount of hydrogen in the core, these atoms stick together and fuse into a helium atom. This energy is then radiated out from the core and moves across the solar system. The suns heat is produced by its atoms.
Asked in Chemistry, Nuclear Energy, Planetary Science
The fusion reaction that produces the suns energy occurs in?
Asked in Stars
What is generated in the suns core?
Asked in Astronomy, Stars
What changes would cause the fusion rate in the Suns core to increase?