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Author: jlovering
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Created: Oct 12, 2016
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Compare and contrast the processes of fission and fusion in terms of the changes to atomic structure.
Grade 9 Atomic Structure
A.
Which correctly describes these two processes?

I. The process that provides the energy for stars
II. The process that we use generate energy in nuclear plants
  1. I. Alpha Decay II. Beta Decay
  2. I. Beta Decay II. Alpha Decay
  3. I. splitting large nuclei into smaller ones II.combining small nuclei to make larger ones
  4. I. combining small nuclei to make larger ones II. splitting large nuclei into smaller ones
Grade 8 Nuclear Chemistry
Grade 9 Stars
C.
The process in which smaller atomic nuclei combine into large atomic nuclei is known as
  1. gravitational attraction.
  2. parallax.
  3. nuclear fusion.
  4. the Doppler effect.