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  1. anonymous
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    Which of the following best describes a chain reaction in a nuclear fission reaction?

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    A. The chain reation continues until the source of power that initiated the reaction is used up or is switched off. B. The chain reaction continues until control rods are used to stabilize the uranium-238 which controls the potential for explosions. C. The chain reaction continues until the rate of collision between uranium-235 and uranium-238 isotopes falls below useable levels. D. The chain reaction continues until all uranium-235 isotopes have split, o until the neutrons fail to collide with any more uranium-235 nuclei

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    Please help!!!!!!!!!!

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    what u think>

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    A maybe

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    nopes it's not A. see a neutron collides with an atom of the atomic fuel which causes the atom to split into two smaller elements and release more neutrons. The extra neutrons that are released then collide with other atoms of the atomic fuel and the process repeats itself...

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    I really have no clue what it is... I am horrible at chemistry

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    It's D

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    okay thank u sooo much! ill give u a medal!

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    No problem. pleasure to help u.

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