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The Proton-Proton Chain

Read how stars like our sun use the proton-proton chain to generate energy by turning hydrogen to helium

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What’s a Proton, Anyway?

The proton is a particle made up of three quarks as this blog post explains.

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Competition between the P-P Chain and the CNO Cycle

What nuclear fusion reactions go on inside stars, and what does it depend on? Find about the proton proton chain reaction.

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Proton therapy

An interactive slideshow on how cancer can be treated with proton therapy, using a medical particle accelerator.

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The Proton-Proton Chain - turning hydrogen into helium

How do we turn hydrogen into helium and make energy? A simple explanation of the nuclear fusion process that goes on in our sun.

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What is a proton?

A simple explanation of what protons are.

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Hyperphysics - Protons

Structure and stability of the proton, with good links to other relevant parts of site.

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Proton Fusion

This is the process which fuels the Sun and other stars which have core temperatures less than 15 million Kelvin. A reaction cycle yields about 15 MeV of energy.

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Dan's Homegrown Proton Precession Magnetometer Page

Information about Magnetometers. A magnetometer is an instrument used to measure the strength of a magnetic field.

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Nuclear Isotope Half-Lifes

The site demonstrates the half-life of ten basic nuclei and you can add or subtract a proton or a neutron to the current isotope.

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