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The Source of Energy of the Sun Is: (A) Conversion of Hydrogen Gas into Helium (B) Conversion of Carbon Fuel into Carbon Dioxide (C) Burning of Hydrogen Gas Present in the Sun (D) Disintegration of Uranium into Barium and Krypton - Science

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The source of energy of the sun is:

(a) conversion of hydrogen gas into helium
(b) conversion of carbon fuel into carbon dioxide
(c) burning of hydrogen gas present in the sun
(d) disintegration of uranium into barium and krypton

Solution

 conversion of hydrogen gas into helium

The sun's energy is derived from the fusion of hydrogen nuclei into helium nuclei.

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 Lakhmir Singh Solution for Physics for Class 10 (2018 (Latest))
Chapter 3: Sources of Energy
Q: 39 | Page no. 158
Solution The Source of Energy of the Sun Is: (A) Conversion of Hydrogen Gas into Helium (B) Conversion of Carbon Fuel into Carbon Dioxide (C) Burning of Hydrogen Gas Present in the Sun (D) Disintegration of Uranium into Barium and Krypton Concept: Conventional Sources of Energy.
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