It will if it is fused for airburst. This is selected to maximize the area and severity of blast and thermal flash effects.
No, Turkey is not a nuclear state.
yes it is.... it is the main part of a nuclear weapon.
none, australia is not a nuclear power
A nuclear bomb has never been dropped. It was an atomic bomb that was dropped on the Japanese cities Hiroshima ans Nagasaki. An atomic bomb is a nuclear weapon. Nuclear bombs have much more impact than atomic bombs, and could potentially end the World if a nuclear war was started.
plutonium and neutrons
The bombs that were dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were atomic bombs and not nuclear bombs and were designed to explode above the ground and not on impact.
Some atomic bombs explode on impact, most explode in the air for maximum destruction caused by the explosion spreading out over a wider area.
Nuclear plants don't explode, they melt down. Nuclear bombs (atom bombs) explode. There won't be any signs that a nuclear explosion is "about to occur"-- there won't be any warning unless defense computers recognize an incoming warhead missile. BUT, still, there won't be signs beforehand. Just look up the bombing of Japan.
Nuclear bombs before the 60s were referred to as atom bombs, because the term Nuclear hadn't been discover yet. Nuclear bombs today, are generally Hydrogen bombs, or fusion bombs. They are significantly more powerful, able to places about the size of Rhode Island. Atom bombs,which were mostly uranium and plutonium, lack the destructive power of Nuclear or Fusion bombs.
The nuclear was a secret before the bombs hit the targets.
Detonated means has caused to explode or has exploded. This is commonly used in reference to bombs and other nuclear weapons.
Some bombs are nuclear. But most bombs are not nuclear.
Throw bombs on the sand and the worms will come out of the ground, eat them and explode.
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