nuclear reaction

  1. (physics) a process that alters the energy or structure or composition of atomic nuclei
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  • Eventually the temperature rose sufficiently to trigger the sort of nuclear reactions that power every star.
  • At that time, researchers were using cosmic radiation as a source of high-energy particles to study nuclear reactions and properties of the newly discovered p and m mesons.
  • Its devastating effect is twofold: first, from the heat of the thermonuclear reaction, and second, from the radioactive fallout which continues after the bomb has been deployed.
  • Italy and China are generating small, but historic excess energy from metal hydrides by using low energy nuclear reactions. ' OpEdNews - Quicklink: YouTube John Dash and Apprentices - Live "Cold Fusion" (LENR) Demo at MIT
  • A fission weapon consequently works through the creation of an uncontrolled nuclear reaction, which literally splits the atoms.
  • The energy released by the nuclear reaction is transformed into heat.
  • Researchers have reported results that suggest the possibility of nuclear reactions during the explosive collapse of bubbles in liquid, a process known as cavitation ... Undefined
  • To prevent this, operators were planning to spray the fuel pond with boric acid, which inhibits nuclear reactions. Times, Sunday Times
  • Through a process known as ‘boosting,’ you get a thermonuclear reaction.
  • Except for the transformation of elements by nuclear reactions, all of the atoms in the universe heavier than helium are the products of the nuclear reactions that take place in dying stars.
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