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Question: what is nuclear fission, have you ever come into contact with it
nuclear fission, reaction
Asked by bryn_ie to William, Thibaut "Tibo", Harry, Georgia, Emily, Aimee on 9 Nov 2019.
answered on 9 Nov 2019:
Nuclear fission is the splitting of heavy atoms, like Uranium, releasing a bunch of energy in the process. This is how nuclear power plants work. Personally I’ve never come into contact with anything like it, it might not be the best for my health!
answered on 12 Nov 2019:
Same answer as Harry!
answered on 18 Nov 2019:
I agree with Harry too!
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