RadioActivity And Nuclear Reactions

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NUCLEAR FISSION AND NUCLEAR FUSION REACTION



Differences between Nuclear Fission and Nuclear Fusion Reaction

S. No. Nuclear Fission Reaction Nuclear Fusion Reaction
1. In nuclear fission, a heavy nucleus splits into light nuclei. In nuclear fusion, two or more light nuclei combine to form a single heavy nucleus.
2. This reaction is a chain reaction. This reaction is not a chain reaction.
3. This reaction is used to make atom bomb. This reaction is used to make hydrogen bomb.
4. This reaction does not require high temperature to take place. This reaction requires high temperature to take place.
5. This reaction can be controlled. This reaction cannot be controlled.
6. In this reaction large amount of nuclear waste is produced. This reaction does not produce any nuclear waste.
7. In this reaction the products formed are radioactive. In this reaction the products formed are not radioactive.



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