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Quantum Physics Lesson 2.1 - The Development of the Atomic Bomb
Transcript of Quantum Physics Lesson 2.1 - The Development of the Atomic Bomb
The H-Bomb uses a 2 stage process to explode. The first stage involves a fission explosion that then compresses the second stage allowing it to undergo fusion.
Needless to say, the energy released from this sort of bomb is massive. 2 Photons and a Gluon Last term we had 2 stars and a black hole, this term we've decided to go with something a bit more particle-physicsy.
On the rafl under week 2 you will find two statements that we want you to respond to. We want you to write down:
2 pros of Nuclear Fission Reactors and 1 con?
2 pros of Nuclear Fusion Reactors and 1 con?
Activity! We are now going to break you up into groups to brainstorm what you think the benefits and weaknesses are of Fission and Fusion Reactors. We want you to use the wallwisher app which we will provide you with the link to and Ms Pizzol and Mr Bohni will be dropping in and out of your groups to listen to your discussions. Good Luck!