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WGU - Fission/Fusion

Fission Splits a massive element into fragments, releasing energy in process
Fusion Joins two light elements, forming a more massive element and releasing energy in the process
Fission Mode of radioactive decay, when a nucleus of high mass splits into 2 roughly equal parts
Fusion The act or procedure of luquefying or melting together by heat, the merging of different elements into a union
Fission Currently being used
Fusion Produces energy, but no able to harness its power yet. It is much stronger
Fission Produces gamma radiation, half-life
Fission Reactions can be spontaneous
Fusion Reactions can never be spontaneous, and no chain reaction is present
Fission Chain reaction can sustain the reaction once it is started
Created by: jennfripp