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The element first used for fission in an atomic bomb is uranium.


Nuclear fission is used for:propulsion (submarines and ice breakers)isotope productionresearchmaterial testelectric energy productionsaline water desalinationmedical treatment.... etc


For power production, since 1956


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The energy production of the sun & the atomic bombs used in world war ll


Production of Nuclear energy involves fission. The fission process often produces free neutrons and photons in the form of gamma rays, and releases a very large amount of energy.


In nuclear fission, an atomic nucleus splits. This results in the production of fission fragments, and particulate and electromagnetic energy.


The energy production in nuclear reactors. The atomic bombs used in World War ll. Apex.


Also a nuclear fission with the production of fission products.


Fission is used in nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons.


Nuclear fission is now commercially available in nuclear fission reactors since the fifties of last century. Nuclear Fusion is still under R&D. Nuclear fission reactors are clean energy source.



nuclear fission is useful for:propulsion (submarines and ice breakers)isotope productionresearchmaterial testelectric energy productionsaline water desalinationmedical treatment.... etc


nuclear fission reactors are used for:propulsion (e.g in submarines)process heat (e.g district heating)electricity generationresearchradioisotope productionwater desalinationmedical treatmentmaterial testing


A nuclear reactor is a facility which produce electricity and heat from the fission of uranium or plutonium.The energy released by fission of uranium-235 (or other isotopes) is immense compared to the energy content of fossil fuels.


Production of electricity and long lived fission products


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Yes, the results of nuclear fission include the production of lighter nuclei. The originating atom has split into smaller pieces.



Nuclear fusion is very dangerous if used in H-bombs. In power production fusion will probably be safer than fission but as it has not been made to work yet this may turn out not to be so


Fission of U-235 or Pu-239 is not very sensitive to temperature, but neutrons are absorbed better if they are slowed down after production, this is the function of the moderator.


The main consequence is the production of quantities of highly active fission products which would not occur naturally, and which will have to be carefully stored for thousands of years.


The most commonly used isotope in fission reactions is 92U235.



You don't use fission to do the actual calculation. Fission can RESULT in energy being released, though.



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