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Fission & Fusion

cava chem 303 s2d81 8.06 Fission and Fusion

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Einstein theorized that mass has [...] even when not in motion. Einstein theorized that mass has energy even when not in motion.
When atoms split, they release [...] When atoms split, they release energy
Fission is another word for [-ing]. Fission is another word for splitting.
Fusion means '[...]' Fusion means 'joining together'
The first nuclear bombs used [fission/fusion] The first nuclear bombs used fission
During World War II, the atomic bomb was developed in what was called the [...] Project. During World War II, the atomic bomb was developed in what was called the Manhattan Project.
[fission/fusion] is used in nuclear power plants to heat water and run a steam-powered generator. Fission is used in nuclear power plants to heat water and run a steam-powered generator.
Fission and Fusion both release [...]. Fission and Fusion both release energy.
[fission/fusion] powers the energy of stars. Fusion powers the energy of stars.
A radioisotope thermal generator (RTG) generates electricty from the heat of [...] and a device called a thermoelectric converter. A radioisotope thermal generator (RTG) generates electricty from the heat of radiation and a device called a thermoelectric converter.
Radioisotope thermal generators (RTG) are not good for nuclear power plants because they [...]. Radioisotope thermal generators (RTG) are not good for nuclear power plants because they produce small amounts of electricity.
Radioisotope thermal generators (RTG) are good for satellites and spacecrafts because they produce more energy than solar panels and they are [...] and have no moving parts to break. Radioisotope thermal generators (RTG) are good for satellites and spacecrafts because they produce more energy than solar panels and they are small and have no moving parts to break.
Created by: mr.shapard