Wherever there is a nuclear power plant.
No, they rely on fission. Controlled fusion is the holy grail of nuclear power.
The two foremost uses are in nuclear power plants (the energy released by fission is harnessed as a power source) and in nuclear weaponry - bombs, bullets etc.
A nuclear power station is a power plant that uses nuclear fission to heat water that turns turbines to create electricity.
Fission is the splitting of atomic nuclei. Current nuclear power plants use this to produce power.Fusion is the combining of atomic nuclei. The Sun uses this to produce power.
That's really two questions, "What are the uses of Nuclear fission reaction?" and "What are potential uses of nuclear fission?". See the "Related questions" below for answers to each question.
The fission of U-235 and Pu-239
The Sun get it power by nuclear FUSION not by nuclear fission.
In nuclear fission .
Fission is used in nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons.
all nuclear power plants use fission
One use is in nuclear power plants to produce steam and turn turbines to generate electricity.Nuclear bombs ^.^
explosive device that uses nuclear reaction such as fission or a combination of fission and fusion as its destructive force.
Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion
Nuclear power is produced through two processes: Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion.
There is no nuclear power plant in Alaska.
To produce electricity
It is a nuclear reactor designed to use nuclear fission to produce electricity or process heat.
Yes. Nuclear power plants and nuclear weapons both use nuclear fission.