They can produce electricity without producing CO2 or other undesired emissions such as sulphur dioxide.
Using uranium in nuclear reactors the greenhouse effect is avoided.
Well, as nuclear reactors are nuclear reactors, nuclear reactors are not used inside nuclear reactors.
Fast neutrons are used already in nuclear reactors that called fast nuclear reactors and/or fast breeder reactors.
Nuclear reactors use nuclear fission.
Nuclear fusion reactors do not exist yet as we don't know how to build them. All nuclear reactors are nuclear fission reactors.
Nuclear power is a cleaner more efficient type of energy. Some other positive effects of nuclear power are that it is reliable and easy to transport.
There are 59 nuclear reactors in France.
there are no nuclear reactors in Australia hopfuly the are none!
We use nuclear fission in nuclear reactors to tap nuclear energy.
Current nuclear reactors rely on nuclear fission as their nuclear reaction.
There are over 400 nuclear reactors around the world.
As of 2010, India has 20 Nuclear Reactors.
there are no bad things about the nuclear power reactors
Most nuclear reactors are thermal-neutron reactors. A few fast breeder reactors have been built, but not many.
Nuclear reactors are built. Therefore the source is the country that commissioned and built them.
nuclear reactors that evokes dread
In nuclear reactors
Roger H. Clarke has written: 'Physical aspects of the effects of nuclear reactors in working and public environments' -- subject(s): Physiological effect, Safety measures, Nuclear reactors, Radiation
There were 54 nuclear reactors in Japan before the three meltdowns occured.
No substitute for nuclear power reactors especially if there is no available fossil fuel.
No, they don't. All Pakistan nuclear power reactors are imported from outside.
No, at least not for power reactors
Please elaborate on "they" as no comparison can be given otherwise. Do you mean?: "How is nuclear fusion different from regular nuclear reactors (nuclear fission?)"
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)