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Notes and views concerning Nuclear Energy by a professor at Stanford University, USA.
Under appropriate operating conditions, the neutrons given off by fission reactions can "breed" more fuel from otherwise non-fissionable isotopes.
An introduction to nuclear fusion power, explaining plasma confinement and the use of tokamaks. From JET – Europe's largest nuclear fusion research facility.
A nice slideshow covering the history and ideas of fission and fusion, including decay chains and the E=MC2 equation.
Uses text and colour images to explain the nuclear fusion process in stars and the current research into achieving controlled nuclear fusion.
Basic information about the different types of plants and their principle of operation. Comprehensive introductory educational site about all forms of nuclear power.
Felix Bloch (1905 - 1983) research lead to a new method of nuclear induction for the study of nuclear moments in solids, liquids, or gases.
A brief description of how Nuclear Radiation works from HowStuffWorks.com. Covering atomic structure, particles, radioactive decay, applications, naturally occurring isotopes.
Introduction to nuclear radiation, from howstuffworks.com.
A quick guide to nuclear power from the BBC.
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