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Nuclear fusion

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The origin of the energy released in fusion of light elements is due to interplay of two opposing forces, the nuclear force which combines ...

Nuclear fusion - Science Daily

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In physics, nuclear fusion is the process by which multiple nuclei join together to form a heavier nucleus. It is accompanied by the release or absorption of ...

What Is Nuclear Fusion? - Definition & Process - Video & Lesson ...

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Learn about the process of nuclear fusion and where it occurs naturally in our universe. Then go further by learning how we have harnessed its...

Nuclear Fusion - ANS - NuclearConnect

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Nuclear Fusion. Fusion is the process by which the sun and other stars generate light and heat. It is a nuclear process, where energy is produced by smashing ...

How nuclear fusion works - Explain that Stuff

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Feb 22, 2016 ... An easy-to-understand explanation of how nuclear fusion releases ... make atoms of helium, releasing huge amounts of energy in the process.

Nuclear Fusion

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It gets squeeze together so tightly that four hydrogen nuclei combine to form one helium atom. This is called nuclear fusion. In the process some of the mass of ...

What is nuclear fusion? - Definition from WhatIs.com

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Nuclear fusion is an atomic reaction in which multiple atoms combine to create a ... This is the process that occurs in the interiors of stars including the sun.

Nuclear Fusion - HyperPhysics

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For potential nuclear energy sources for the Earth, the deuterium-tritium fusion reaction ... The most promising of the hydrogen fusion reactions which make up the ... for the D-T process since the supply of deuterium fuel is virtually unlimited.

Proton-proton fusion - HyperPhysics

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This is the nuclear fusion process which fuels the Sun and other stars which have core temperatures less than 15 million Kelvin. A reaction cycle yields about 25 ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Nuclear fusion

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Nuclear fusion. If hydrogen nuclei are brought close enough together then they have the ability to fuse. This process is called nuclear fusion. It takes a lot of work  ...

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What is Fusion? Definition & Facts about Nuclear Energy

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Sep 21, 2012 ... But what drives this process? What is fusion? Fusion occurs when two light atoms bond together, or fuse, to make a heavier one. The total mass ...

The Hydrogen Fusion Process - Windows to the Universe

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The first step of the Hydrogen fusion process: a nucleus of Deuterium (2H) is formed ... Nuclear fusion is a process where two or more nuclei combine to form an ...

Nuclear reactions in stars - HyperPhysics

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The energy of the stars comes from nuclear fusion processes. For stars like the sun which have internal temperatures less than fifteen million Kelvin, the ...