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The Following Questions Are About the Nuclear Reactor of a Power Plant. What is the Function of Boron Rods in the Nuclear Reactor? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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The following question are about the nuclear reactor of a power plant. 

What is the function of boron rods in the nuclear reactor?

Solution

 The boron rods act as control rods and absorb excess neutrons, preventing the fission reaction from going out of control.

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