Correct answer is blast effect
As with any bomb the primary effect is blast.
blast wave overpressure
Most of the energy release is blast.
supersonic blast shockwave.
Radiation effect, fools! I'm putting this contribution down as an EPR bullet!!!
It hasn't changed any. It is still blast.
Many countries have a sizeable amount of nuclear produced electricity, perhaps France has the largest proportion at around 80 percent
The greatest amount of energy released is due to the fission (atomic bomb) or fusion (hydrogen bomb) reaction after the the weapon is detonated by one of several means (gun-type trigger, implosion, or boost method). Fission reactions are responsible in most detonations for the greatest amount of energy released; this is due to the fact that hydrogen bombs (fusion) use fission explosions as a detonator, and that the fusion process can also cause further fission reactions.
No, the figures for 2007 were 19.4 percent nuclear. Source: Nuclear Energy Institute, www.nei.org
About 15 percent - see Wikipedia 'Nuclear power in Canada'
In the US, about 19 percent of total electricity comes from nuclear plants. Worldwide it is about 16 percent
The current largest consumer market consists of 28.9 percent of the United States. Japan is the second largest at 8.5 percent and Germany is the third largest at 5.65 percent.
19 percent of electricity
In 2006- coal 49.1 percent, nuclear 19.4 percent, hydro 7.0 percent, solar 0.1 percent (source Wikipedia)
The largest is 0.43 (0.43 = 43%)
20 percent of electricity production
Approx 75 percent of electricity is nuclear in France
There are no nuclear power plants in that province
Zero percent of nuclear power plants make energy by coal, US or otherwise.
The US generates most, with 104 power reactors, but France has the largest percentage at around 80 percent of total electricity
In the US about 20 percent of electricity is nuclear
About 15 percent of the energy produced in Canada is derived from nuclear power plants. In contrast, about 61 percent of the energy produced in Canada is derived from hydroelectric power plants.
Nuclear is about 16 percent of total world output. I'm not sure about hydro and biomass but they are 7 percent and 1.3 percent in the US
About 20 percent of total electricity production is nuclear in the US