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Why

1. Introduction
1.1 Definitions

in

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Min ChanHong,
Kim ChangHun 10C

1. (Transmutation)

2.5 Further analysis
Einstein explaining his Gravitational Field Equation

2. (Nuclear Fission).

(Second equation) Proves the
Hypothesis by giving the

1.3 Advantages vs.

ration between the Energy

Disadvantages

emitted and the mass.

3. Conclusion
Hypothesis is correct.
3. (Nuclear Fusion)

Therefore, extremely huge
explosion from very small
amount of particles is
expected. This theory explains

.

the advantages and
1.2. Types of Nuclear Reactions

disadvantages shown above.

2. Research

Even though, by its massive

2.1 Question
Why is the size of an atomic bomb lots

terrorist org. or military ind.,

bigger than of the elements used?

2.2 Hypothesis

it saves energy and therefore

If a nuclear bomb is observed, then the
bomb will be bigger in size than the
elements used because

power, it can be used in

.

emits less pollution
Bibliographies
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