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Solution for A Nuclear Reactor Has Half the Length of All Its Control Rods Inserted in Graphite. What Must Be Done So that the Reactor Produces More Heat? Explain Your Answer. Answer 50: - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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A nuclear reactor has half the length of all its control rods inserted in graphite. What must be done so that the reactor produces more heat? Explain your answer.

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The control rods should be withdrawn a little more from the inside of the nuclear reactor to increase the rate of the nuclear fission reaction and produce more heat.

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