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One question. Please help A change in the number of protons or neutrons occurs in which type of reaction? chemical reaction electrochemical reaction thermochemical reaction nuclear reaction

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    @Thesmarterone

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    I think its the last one!

  5. aaronq
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    you're right. protons and neutrons are present in the nucleus of atom.

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    Thanks! Could you check my answer on one more?

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    @aaronq

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    The reaction depicted in the figure would take place in which of the following? fusion reactor radioisotope thermal generator medical X-ray device fission reactor

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    I think its fusion

  11. aaronq
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    fusion is when smaller atoms come together to form a larger atom (think of the term fuse as in fuse together). fission is the opposite, larger atoms break apart into smaller ones

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    I have no idea what the answer would be then. :(

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    Fission?

  14. aaronq
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    yes

  15. anonymous
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    Thanks so much. Have a nice evening.

  16. aaronq
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    no problem! you as well

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