618 Applications of Nuclear PhysicsP45.36(a) ~106; (b) ~1015−gP45.48(a) ~108m3; (b) ~10 J13; (c) ~ J1014;(d) ~10 kilotonsP45.38(a) 1 5 1024.×; (b) 0 6. kgP45.50223 WP45.40see the solutionP45.5226 collisionsP45.42The fractional loss in D-T is about 4 timesP45.54400 radthat in U fission235P45.56
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