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What is the combing of a nuclei of a small atom to form a large nuecleus?
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Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
What contains the bigger percentage of neutrons large nuclei or small nuclei?
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, Nuclear Physics
Paramecia have both a large nucleus and a small nucleus?
Asked in Nuclear Energy
What nuclear reaction happens when two small nuclei?
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A reaction in which small nuclei combine to form a heavier nucleus is called?
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Which is more stable a small nucleus or a large nucleus?
A smaller nucleus is generally more stable. Below are some general rules: # (Except for really small nuclei) All stable nuclei contain a number of neutrons that is equal to or greater than the number of protons. # Nuclei with too few or too many neutrons is unstable. # If a nuclei has even numbers of nucleons, it's generally more stable. # Nuclei with "magic numbers" usually tend to be more stable.
How does fission and fusion release energy?
Asked in Nuclear Energy, Wind Power
How is nuclear energy sustainable?
nuclear energy is produced by taking advantage of natural decay in large nuclei of atoms. atoms with large enough nuclei can only be produced by very large scale nuclear fusion such as stars during a supernova, and making it on earth would take enormous amounts of energy. So no, nuclear energy is not totally sustainable, but a small amount of fuel lasts a long time. For this reason energy can be stored by scientifically making large nuclei atoms and utilizing them later.
Asked in Physics, Nuclear Fusion
How does nuclear fusion create new elements inside stars?
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
Asked in Science, Astronomy, Stars
Do all-stars have the same layers?
Stars of same mass and volume do. Gravitational attraction eventually causes enough pressure to fuse small nuclei to form larger ones. More pressure is required to fuse relatively large nuclei. Pressure can only be provided by gravity and therefore massive stars can burn large nuclei. Burning is only energetically favourable up to production of iron-56 (or cobalt, depending on which book you read). Small stars may only contain elements up to oxygen. Large ones may contain some iron, but would probably used all of the hydrogen and helium.
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Where is the majority of the nuclear energy that lands on Earth produced?