Absorb Physics by David Fairhurst

Chain reaction

Added by David Fairhurst on Feb 6, 2008

An interactive animation showing how a chain reaction progresses. Click the arrow button to start the animation. A fast-moving neutron causes the Uranium-235 to decay, releasing two fast-moving electrons that go on to strike more Uranium atoms that then decay. Click the arrow button to reset the animation.

This resource is from the unit Nuclear Power which is part of Absorb Physics.

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