Fission and Fusion
What do you mean by Fission and Fusion?
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Fission: It is the breaking down of a Nucleus (that is, not atom) into the smaller nuclei. This is generally induced through a neutron.
For illustration, a Helium nucleus (termed as alpha particle) is divided into two 4He(+2) --> 2H(+1) + 2H(+1)
A huge amount of energy is discharged in the process.
^{Fusion}: This occurs when two nuclei joins to form a big nuclei. A big amount of energy is required to start this. As it is not simple to bring two positively charged nuclei closer. Whenever they combine, a huge amount of energy is discharged.
For illustration: This generally occurs in the stars.
The energy needed to start the fusion comes from the gravitational force among the particles.
Gauss' law for magnetic fields (K.F. Gauss): The magnetic flux via a closed surface is zero (0); no magnetic charges present; in its differential form,
div B = 0
Trojan points: L4 and L5 are the two dynamically stable Lagrange points (that is, beneath certain conditions).
Volt: V (after A. Volta, 1745-1827): The derived SI unit of electric potential, stated as the difference of potential among the two points on a conductor fetching a constant current of 1 A whenever the power dissipated between the points is 1 W;
Cherenkov radiation (P.A. Cherenkov): The radiation emitted by a huge particle which is moving faster than light in the medium via which it is travelling. No particle can travel faster than the light in vacuum, however the speed of light in other medi
Schwarzschild radius: The radius ‘r’ of the event horizon for a Schwarzschild black hole of mass m is specified by (in geometrized units) r = 2 m. In its conventional units:
r = 2 G m/c^{2}
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Universal constant of gravitation: G The constant of proportionality in the Newton’s law of universal gravitation and that plays a comparable role in Sir Einstein's general relativity. This is equivalent to the 6.672 x 10^{-1}
Systeme Internationale d'Unites (SI): The rationalized and coherent system of units derived from the m.k.s. system (that itself is derived from metric system) in common utilization in physics nowadays.
Simultaneity principle: The principle which all frames of reference will contain invariant simultaneity; that is, the two events perceived as simultaneous (that is, containing the similar time coordinate) in one frame will be apparent as simultaneous
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