NUCLEAR ENERGY What is it?. David J. Diamond Energy Sciences & Technology Department February 2009. THE SOURCE: FISSION. Fission is the splitting of a nucleus into two or more separate nuclei of comparable mass One neutron interacts with one “fissionable” nucleus (Uranium for example)
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David J. Diamond
Energy Sciences & Technology Department
E = mc2
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