What energy comes from the nuclei?
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What is the origin of nuclear energy?
There are two major types of nuclear energy, fusion and fission. Fusion comes from hydrogen nuclei sticking together in the hearts of stars, which liberates energy. Fission energy comes from the splitting of heavy nuclei. A third type of nuclear energy comes from the slow decay of unstable isotopes, most generally through the release of alpha or beta particles. Both of these are the result of a transmutation of the isotope. Fissionable isotopes are produced naturally in supernova.
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Where dose nuclear energy come from?
atoms's sub-particles electron neutron and proton are held together by very strong nuclear force if we supply energy enough these forces tend to break and along with disintegration of atoms it releases lot of energy. nuclear energy comes from breaking these forces by the methods of fission(breaking the particle from large nuclei to small nuclei) while fusion (combining two small nuclei into bigger nuclei of atoms) energy produced in fusion is much larger as compared to fission
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How is a nuclear energy formed and used?
Nuclear is formed either by: Fission of heavy nuclei Fusion of light nuclei Radioactive decay of unstable nuclei Nuclear energy results from the mass defect (either due to fission, fusion, or radioactive decay) change into kinetic energy that is changed into thermal energy (producing steam) then to mechanical energy then to electric energy.
What is the engergy which you get by splitting or by fusion of the nuclei of an atom is called?
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Why do nuclear reactions release so much energy?
Nuclear reactions come in two types: fusion of light nuclei, and fission of heavy nuclei. When lighter nuclei are combined, their mass is reduced, and that leftover mass has to change into energy, because it can't be destroyed. For heavier nuclei, these atoms are unstable, and breaking them down releases the energy, because they want to decay.