Depending on the size and type of the bomb and also on the enrichment installation available.
Uranium makes for an excellent element for nuclear fission. Hydrogen is most commonly used for nuclear fusion.
Nothing special. Atomic bombs can be built with either uranium, plutonium, or composite (plutonium/uranium) cores. All work the same.
In very round figures, the cost of enough Oralloy (93.5% HEU) or Plutonium to make a bomb is somewhere between $100,000 and $1,000,000, with Plutonium being a bit cheaper at this time.
it cost 4oo dallors of material and the same as 40,000 gerdans
Plutonium trade is under the severe control of International Atomic Energy Agency and national nuclear control authorities of each country. No chance to buy as an individual.
Many things, but the fuels required are Uranium-233, Uranium-235, Plutonium-239, Deuterium, Tritium, and Lithium, depending on the design.
Uranium or plutonium is enriched to create to create a core capable of nuclear fusion and fission.
Germany has not made a nuclear bomb.
No, the atomic bomb and depleted uranium are not the same thing. Nuclear weapons are made with enriched uranium or with plutonium as the fissionable material. Depleted uranium is uranium that is "left over" after natural uranium is put through a process called enrichment to inprove the concentration of the isotope U-235 over that in natural uranium. The enriched uranium with its higher percentage of U-235 is fissionable, and it can be used in nuclear reactors and in nuclear weapons. Depleted uranium is used to make armor-piercing projectiles, and can be put through the neutron flux in an operating reactor to be transformed (transmuted) into plutonium. Use the links below to related questions to learn more.
It may be used in the fusion stage tamper of "clean" hydrogen bombs instead of depleted uranium, but other than that there is little use for it in any nuclear weapon.
To make a nuclear bomb, you need the fissionable material such as a Plutonium239 isotope, an explosive to start the nuclear chain reaction, a detonator, and a pusher.
Albert Einstein did not make the nuclear bomb. Oppenheimer did.
To make deadly Nuclear bomb
the metal, uranium