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Solution for The following questions are about the nuclear reactor of a power plant. Why is liquid sodium (or carbon dioxide gas) pumped through the reactor? - CBSE Class 10 - Science

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

Why is liquid sodium (or carbon dioxide gas) pumped through the reactor? 

 

Solution

 Liquid sodium is pumped to transfer the heat produced in the reactor by fission to a heat exchanger for converting water into steam.

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