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Solution for A Nuclear Reaction is Represented by the Equation: `""_1^2h+_1^2h->_2^3he+Xc+E` Name the Process Represented by this Equation and Describe What Happens During this Reaction. - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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A nuclear reaction is represented by the equation: 

`""_1^2H+_1^2H->_2^3He+xc+E`  

Name the process represented by this equation and describe what happens during this reaction.

Solution

 The process represents nuclear fusion.
In this process, when two smaller nuclei of deuterium are heated to an extremely high temperature under extremely high pressure, a heavy nucleus of helium and a neutron are emitted. A tremendous amount of energy is also liberated.

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