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Fission and Fusion Processes

Nuclear energy can be released in two different ways: by fission (splitting) of a heavy nucleus, or by fusion (combining) of two light nuclei. In both cases energy is released because the products have a higher binding energy than the reactants. fusion reactions are difficult to maintain because the nuclei repel each other, but unlike fission reactions, fusion does not create radioactive products.

 

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