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When is energy in the sun produced?

..particles (nuclei) fuse together to form heavier nuclei. Initially, two protons fuse together (hydrogen atom nuclei) to form deuterium. These in turn may fuse with further protons, or with another deuterium nuclei to for a helium nuclei. As the heavier nuclei form, lots of energy is released.


Energy is produced in the sun when two?

..particles (nuclei) fuse together to form heavier nuclei. Initially, two protons fuse together (hydrogen atom nuclei) to form deuterium. These in turn may fuse with further protons, or with another deuterium nuclei to for a helium nuclei. As the heavier nuclei form, lots of energy is released.


What is a hydrogen bomb made of?

a hydrogen bomb is based on the principle of nuclear fusion. 4 hydrogen nulcei combine to form a helium nuclei and release energy. But fusion is only possible at high temperatures. Hence a nuclear fission reaction is carried out to get a high temperature.practical hydrogen bombs actually use the solid chemical lithium deuteride, not hydrogen as their fuel. neutrons from the bomb's fissioning plutonium "sparkplug" split the lithium nuclei to produce tritium, which then undergoes fusion with the deuterium. this deuterium-tritium fusion happens at far lower temperatures and pressures than the 4 hydrogen fusion mentioned above requires.


What is one example of a place where naturally occurring extreme temperatures provide the energy needed to bring hydrogen nuclei together in a fusion reaction?

stars such as our sun


Is Fusion a process in which existing nuclei combine to make new nuclei?

Yes. In nuclear fusion, experiments are trying to produce fusion of nuclei of deuterium and tritium, which are isotopes of hydrogen. The product will be nuclei of helium plus released energy.


Which of the following nuclei is likely to release energy when undergoing nuclear fusion?

3 H (deuterium) 1


What is the resulting nucleus if a tritium and a deuterium nuclei fuse?

Helium and a neutron: D + T --> He + n + 17.59 MeV


When 2 hydrogen nuclei fuse do they make helium?

No, an element depends on the average amount of electrons it has. Actually in stellar nuclear fusion it takes 4 hydrogen nuclei to fuse to make one helium nucleus, the process is called proton-proton burning.


What does a hydrogen bomb use for its explosive power?

An explosive weapon of enormous destructive power caused by the fusion of the nuclei of various hydrogen isotopes in the formation of helium nuclei.


What are elements the sun uses to produce energy?

Its mainly going to be Hydrogen nuclii. At the suns core, two protons fuse together (hydrogen atom nuclei) to form deuterium. These in turn may fuse with further protons, or with another deuterium nuclei to for a helium nuclei. As the heavier nuclei form, energy is released. Later on in the Stars life, fusion of the helium nuclii may take place a lot more often, as the preferred fuel of Hydrogen is depleted.


Is Duterium heavy than Tririum?

Protium, deuterium, and tritium are all isotopes of hydrogen (H). As far as their masses: Tritium>Deuterium>Protium In their nuclei: Protium has 1 proton and 0 neutrons Deuterium has 1 proton and 1 neutron Tritium has 1 proton and 2 neutrons So yes, Deuterium is heavier than tritium.


What is the different between proton nuclear magnetic resonance and deuterium nuclear magnetic resonance?

Proton nmr has spin half nuclei. Deuterium NMR has spin 1 nuclei. One difference would be that hydrogen signals would not be split by fluorine (or phosphorus) in a molecule if it was Deuterium nmr. Another key difference is if it was an unenriched sample, deuterium NMR would be very weak (way less sensitive) compared to proton as it is very much less abundant naturally than hydrogen (1% or so)