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The Energy in the Reactor of a Nuclear Power Station is Produced by the Process Of: (A) Nuclear Diffusion (B) Nuclear Fission (C) Nuclear Fusion (D) Nuclear Fermentation - Science

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The energy in the reactor of a nuclear power station is produced by the process of:

(a) nuclear diffusion
(b) nuclear fission
(c) nuclear fusion
(d) nuclear fermentation

Solution

nuclear fission

In a nuclear reactor, the controlled fission of uranium-235 produces a large amount of heat energy.

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 Lakhmir Singh Solution for Physics for Class 10 (2018 (Latest))
Chapter 3: Sources of Energy
Q: 34 | Page no. 158
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