Nuclear Fission and Fusion

The activity in which a nucleus is divided into two or more fragments,neutrons and energy are released in which a large nucleus splits into two smaller nuclei with the release of energy is the process of nuclear fission. For instance  the energy released from the nuclear reaction of some quantity be one kilogram of uranium is equivalent to the energy released during the combustion of about four billion kilograms of coal this results the mass changes and associated energy changes in nuclear reactions are significant. And the like-charged atomic nuclei join together to form a heavier nucleus. If two nuclides of small mass number combine to form a single middle-mass nuclide, the rising of the binding energy curve at low mass numbers, tells us that energy will be released. This process is called as nuclear fusion.

  • Fission explosives and dynamics
  • Nuclear Fusion Plasma Physics
  • Nuclear fusion reactions
  • Beam-beam or beam-target fusion
  • Nuclear chain reactions
  • Thermonuclear weapons

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