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That is called "nuclear energy".
Nuclear energy is either:fission reaction, orfusion reaction, orradioactive decay
Binding energy (Strong Atomic Force) is released in a nuclear fusion or a nuclear fission reaction.
Energy is released during fusion and fission.
The energy released by a nuclear reaction, especially by fission or fusion.
In the sun it is fusion which produces its energy, not fission
Definition: energy from nuclear fission or fusion: the energy released by nuclear fission or fusion
In the so-called "hydrogen bomb" or fusion bomb, yes, there is energy released from the same reaction (hydrogen fusing to helium) as in the Sun.However, many if not most atomic bombs are fission bombs that do not involve fusion. In a fission bomb, the nuclei of uranium atoms are split, converting some of their mass to energy.All current fusion bombs include fission reactions to trigger the greater energy release from fusion. But most of the energy in very large fission-fusion bombs comes from a third-stage reaction: the fusion causes an exceptionally powerful fission reaction in a uranium shell around the bomb. This called a Teller-Ulam device or fission-fusion-fission bomb.
nuclear fusion reaction
Fusion is impractical for energy due to the immense ammount of energy produced in a fusion reaction. Fusion produces much more energy than a fission reaction. Due to this, it is difficult to harness the energy produced.
The energy released by a nuclear reaction, especially by fission or fusion. Nuclear energy regarded as a source of power. Also called atomic energy.
fusion nuclear reaction followed by fission nuclear reaction
Fission and fusion are different nuclear reactions.
The difference between Fusion and Fission is that Fission is easier to do and produces more energy than fusion reactions. However fission can be dangerous and is used in Nuclear reactors. Fusion however is safer and produces less energy but safely. It is quite difficult to cause a Fusion reaction however.
Atomic energy is released during a nuclear reaction during fission or fusion. It is released by the nucleus of an atom and can also be a result of radioactive decay.
Fusion is the combination of nuclei to form a bigger and heavier nucleus, while fission is the splitting of a heavy nucleus into lighter nuclei. The energy released by fusion is three to four times greater compared to fission.
You don't convert mass into fission or fusion. What happens is that when fission or fusion occur, a small proportion of the mass involved is destroyed and this releases the energy which can then be used.
through nuclear fission/ fusion reaction
It depends. For nuclei lighter than nickel, fusion usually releases energy while fission requires energy. For nuclei heavier than nickel, fission usually releases energy while fusion requires energy.
Nuclear fission and fusion
A nuclear reaction - either fusion or fission - is required to turn matter into energy.