Asked in Physics, Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Reactors
Which countries operate commercial nuclear reactors?
See www.world-nuclear.org for country by country information: INFORMATION PAPERS NUCLEAR BASICS Outline History of Nuclear Energy The Nuclear Debate Glossary FACTS AND FIGURES World Nuclear Power Reactors 2008-09 and Uranium Requirements Nuclear share figures, 1998-2008 - May 2009 Uranium production figures, 1998-2008 - June 2009 COUNTRY AND REGIONAL BRIEFINGS Uranium in Africa Nuclear Power in Argentina Nuclear Power in Armenia Australia's Uranium Nuclear Energy Prospects in Australia Nuclear Power in Belgium Nuclear Power in Brazil Nuclear Power in Bulgaria California's Electricity Nuclear Power in Canada Nuclear Power in Canada...
Asked in Biology, Energy, Nuclear Energy
What two problems are associated with nuclear power?
Nuclear power produces nuclear waste, which can be dangerous. Nuclear power can also be used to produce material for nuclear weapons. ...
What is the difference between nuclear power plant and nuclear reactor?
The nuclear reactor is a part of the nuclear power plant. The nuclear reactor is the source of heat for the nuclear power plant. ...
Asked in Physics, Nuclear Energy, Organic Chemistry
What is nuclear power used for?
It is used for electricity in nuclear power plants == == Nuclear power is used to heat steam which then turns turbines, which generate electricity in nuclear power stations and also to provide propulsion and power on board nuclear submarines. ...
Asked in Science, Physics, Nuclear Energy
What do nuclear power plants have to do with nuclear energy?
Nuclear power plants produce electricity by using nuclear energy
Asked in Nuclear Energy
What percentage of US power production is from nuclear power?
It is 28% nuclear power.
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Pakistan
What are the two nuclear power stations in Pakistan?
The Chashma Nuclear Power Complex and Karachi Nuclear Power Plant are in Pakistan. ...
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Nuclear Weapons
Is a nuclear power plant same as nuclear power station?
Yes, it generally is but a nuclear plant could refer to nuclear reactors which are basically the things that produce the power. So in essence, yes, a nuclear plant is the same thing as a nuclear power station ...
Asked in United Kingdom, Nuclear Energy
How much of the uk's power is generated by nuclear power?
20% of the worlds power is generated by nuclear power