What was used to carry the atomic bombs?
AnswerThe intent of your question is not clear. During World War 2, the bombs were carried to their targets in B-29 Superfortress bombers.
During the Cold War, several jet aircraft were capable of carrying nuclear bombs; some were large mega-ton size and some were small tactical size.
Nuclear bombs can be carried by Interconteniental Ballastic Missiles (ICBMs).
This Question was posted under Physics category, so maybe your question is directed towards the method a nuclear device was contained within a bomb. I don't know the answer to that.
This question could be easily misconstrued. While atomic and nuclear explosion mean the same thing, and all atomic bombs are nuclear bombs, not all nuclear bombs are atomic bombs. The more powerful nuclear bombs are hydrogen bombs, and there is a very important fundamental difference between the two. ============================================================== A bomb is fission - the splitting of an atom H bomb is fusion - the joining together of atoms (and much more powerfull)
Easy. Basically there were two types of nuclear bombs (Atomic bombs). One is fusion and the other is fission. Fusion bombs are Hydrogen bombs that were only invented and tested on 1950s. When America drop the bombs on Japan , it was fission type. Both Uranium and Plutonium in Hiroshima and Nagasaki respectively.