anonymous
  • anonymous
In a nuclear power station, which step of the process converts energy of other forms into electrical energy that can be used as electricity?
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A) Fission reactions occur in the reactor core, generating heat B) Heat from the reactor core turns water into steam C) Steam forces the high-pressure turbine to turn D) Condensed steam flows to the steam generator
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
Do you have an idea of what it might be?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not really sure, but I was kind of thinking A

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Liv1234
  • Liv1234
I think it's either A or C.
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
Sorry, I deleted my other responses because I didn't want to confuse you.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ok, I'm gonna go ahead and go with A since it was my initial thought. Thank you!
Liv1234
  • Liv1234
No problem! Good luck!
sherjer000
  • sherjer000
you add heat to water and it kinda turns in to a big steam generator

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