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Description of nuclear fission with details of uranium, other isotopes and the history, good links to other sites.
Nuclear fission explained simply.
A brief description of how Nuclear fission power works from Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. Concentrating on the fission of Uranium 135.
Under appropriate operating conditions, the neutrons given off by fission reactions can "breed" more fuel from otherwise non-fissionable isotopes.
A nice slideshow covering the history and ideas of fission and fusion, including decay chains and the E=MC2 equation.
This is a good short introduction to the topic and includes a link to listen to Einstein talking about his famous equation E=MC2
Description of the properties of Iodine-131 and its possible uptake by the thyroid.
Description of properties of Strontium-90 and its dangers.
Discussion of the properties of Cesium-137 and its dangers.
Site detailing how fission , pulsars and superconductivity were discovered, with interviews with the scientists who discovered them.
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