Most commonly, the fuel at a nuclear power station is uranium or is made from uranium.
NO, nuclear power stations should not be built because if it leaks, many people can die
Uranium. Most current power reactors use Uranium enriched to 3% Uranium-235.
The biggest issue associated with nuclear power is determining what can be done with the radioactive waste.
as of 1st of January 2013, there are 437 nuclear power units worldwide
Uranium 235 or Plutonium 239
Most of the nuclear power stations use Uranium as a fuel.
Uranium is the radioactive element used in nuclear power plants these days. This element has a very high energy content.
Well, they mostly use uranium in power stations to make electricity. PS: What the hell is othen??
Nuclear power stations only give out steam. Unless there's been an explosion, They give out radioactive dust.
The waste is radioactive and therefore ionising. It can cause cancer and "radioactive poisoning"
Uranium is a common radioactive element that is commonly used in warships and many electricity - powering power stations.
Yes, the radioactive decay of Uranium-235 is used to produce power in nuclear power plants.