How Does a Hydrogen Bomb Work?

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Hydrogen bombs work by releasing their energy through nuclear fusion. This releases more energy than an atomic bomb which releases the energy by splitting the atom. You can find more information here: http://www.worsleyschool.net/science/files/nuclear/bomb.html
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How Does a Hydrogen Bomb Work?
There are two types of nuclear reaction. The first, fission, involves splitting highly unstable, heavy atoms such as uranium. The second involves fusing lighter elements such as hydrogen together, under conditions of great heat and pressure. Both... More »
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