Saturday, December 31, 2016

Nuclear fission and atom bonding enegy

Avogardo constant defines the count of atoms per 1 mole.

The number is:
6.022140857(74)×1023 mol−1


Nuclear fission emits about 200MeV, from the bonding energy inside of the atom, when fission occurs. That's thousands of times more powerful than a standard fission of chemical fuels.
However, single atom's fission energy is not enough to do much. However, when multiplied by Avogardo's number, or even a higer value, it comes to a very high value.

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