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Nuclear fission

A lesson about nuclear transformations and their consequences.


Author: Kovács Attila Péter

Reviewer: Horváthné Kunstár Andrea, Jóri Johanna


atom, nucleus, nuclear power, nuclear fission, fusion, nuclear fusion, proton, neutron, , isotope, alpha decay, beta decay, chain reaction, fissile material, critical mass, nuclear power plant, nuclear reactor, atomic bomb, hidrogénbomba, Leo Szilard, Hiroshima, Nagasaki, elementary particles, atomic number, mass number, induced fission, Ernest Rutherford, uranium, plutonium, electron cloud, electron, helium, Nobel Prize, alchemy, atomic physics, quantum physics, quantum mechanics, physics, chemistry

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