Why Cadmium rods are given in a nuclear reactor
Cadmium rods are given in a nuclear reactor. Explain why?
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Cadmium rods are given in nuclear reactors as when we start nuclear reactor then more energy is needed to start the reactor, we can’t start nuclear reactor with less energy, the rod is employed specially for stopping contact of neutron particles with the system.
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