Translation for 'nuclear fission' from English to Bulgarian
NOUN1   nuclear fission | -
NOUN2   a nuclear fission | nuclear fissions
SYNO fission | nuclear fission
nuclear fission {noun}
ядрено делене {ср}
nuclear {adj}ядрен
nuclear {adj}
nuclear fusion {noun}
термоядрена реакция {ж}
nuclear reaction {noun}
ядрена реакция {ж}
nuclear winter {noun}
ядрена зима {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • Electricity is most often generated at a power plant by electromechanical generators, primarily driven by heat engines fueled by combustion or nuclear fission but also by other means such as the kinetic energy of flowing water and wind.
  • The transuranic elements from americium to fermium, including einsteinium, occurred naturally in the natural nuclear fission reactor at Oklo, but no longer do so.
  • Europium is produced by nuclear fission, but the fission product yields of europium isotopes are low near the top of the mass range for fission products.
  • A hydrogen bomb—which produced nuclear fusion instead of nuclear fission—was first tested by the United States in November 1952 and the Soviet Union in August 1953.
  • His work on atomic structure was improved on by his students, the Danish physicist Niels Bohr, the Englishman Henry Moseley and the German Otto Hahn, who went on to father the emerging nuclear chemistry and discovered nuclear fission.

  • For example, at the core of the Sun protons require energies of 3 to 10 keV to overcome their mutual repulsion—the coulomb barrier—and fuse together into a single nucleus. Nuclear fission is the opposite process, causing a nucleus to split into two smaller nuclei—usually through radioactive decay.
  • It relies on the very high rate of nuclear fission of 242mAm, which can be maintained even in a micrometer-thick foil.
  • , and it was fitted with either a conventional high-explosive or a 10 kiloton W-40 nuclear fission warhead.
  • The liquid-drop model is able to reproduce many features of nuclei, including the general trend of binding energy with respect to mass number, as well as the phenomenon of nuclear fission.
  • Like Thin Man, it was a gun-type fission weapon, but it derived its explosive power from the nuclear fission of uranium-235, whereas Thin Man was based on fission of plutonium-239.

  • Meitner did not share the 1944 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for nuclear fission, which was awarded exclusively to her long-time collaborator Otto Hahn.
  • This non-observation was attributed to spontaneous fission owing to the large speed of the products and to other decay channels, such as neutron emission and nuclear fission.
  • In addition, 7Li, Be, and F are among the few nuclides with low enough thermal neutron capture cross-sections not to poison the fission reactions inside a nuclear fission reactor.
  • Nuclear fission reactors naturally produce free neutrons; their role is to sustain the energy-producing chain reaction.
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