Nuclear fission is a clean and efficient way of producing energy but can be dangerous if safety precautions are not taken and followed. It is a controversial source of energy production that powers a large part of the wo... More »

Some disadvantages of nuclear fusion energy include high costs of production, a long period of planning and development, the raw material is scarce, the risk to national security and risk of radiation. Nuclear fusion als... More »

Using uranium has many advantages and disadvantages, including the advantage of being cheaper than coal and the disavantage of it sometimes being dangerous to use. Its use is a topic of debate in many countries around th... More »

Nuclear fission is used to generate electricity, for the destructive component of nuclear weapons and to break down radioactive elements into other elements. In nuclear fission, a radioactive element is broken down into ... More »

Nuclear energy generates electricity more efficiently than other energy sources such as coal, according to About.com. Nuclear power plants are not heavy polluters in the same manner as coal or oil. More »

Nuclear energy provides power, heat and electricity by splitting atoms in a process called nuclear fission. The heat produced by fission creates steam that powers the turbines, thus generating electricity. Nuclear energy... More »

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Nuclear plants use a process called fission to generate enough energy to boil large amounts of water and turn it into steam. The steam then spins turbines that generate electricity, which utility companies distribute to ... More »

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