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. Write an equation for the fission of U 92 235 by bombardment with neutrons.

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret nuclear fission of U-235 with neutron.

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.

Nuclear fusion reaction is the combining of atom with lighter masses to bigger nuclide with higher mass.

Explanation

Nuclear bombardment is the process of introduction of small particle carrying some number of proton to the element to create a new nuclide with stable configuration.

Fission of uranium produces barium-147 along with Krypton-89.

92U235 +0n1  

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