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. During nuclear ________, a large nucleus is transformed into lighter nuclei. During nuclear ________, small nuclei are combined to make a heavier nucleus. Both processes release energy, but nuclear _________ releases far more energy than does nuclear _________

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The given statement should be completed.

Concept Introduction:

Nuclear fission reaction is the breaking of atom with heavy masses to nuclide with lower mass along with the emission of small particle may be alpha, beta or gamma particle.

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During nuclear _________, a large nucleus changed into lighter nuclei. During nuclear _____, small nuclei are combined to make a heavier nucleus. Both processes release energy, but nuclear _____ releases far more energy than does nuclear _______.

Nuclear fission reaction is the breaking of atom with heavy masses to nuclide with lower mass along with the emission of small particle may be alpha, beta or gamma particle...

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