Physical Science

posted by .

In which of these processes is an element of matter changes into a completely different element.....nuclear fusion, nuclear fission, neither, or both?

Please note that we don't do students' homework for them.

Once YOU have attempted to come up with a response to each of YOUR questions, please re-post and let us know what you think. Then someone here will be happy to critique your work.


  • Physical Science -

    Nuclear Fusion

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Physical Science

    Objects accelerated to relativistic shorter or grow bigger?
  2. Physical Science

    Hello, Can soeone tell me if I have the correct answer?
  3. Physics

    Do today's nuclear power plants use nuclear fission, fusion, or both?
  4. Organic and Nuclear Chemistry

    Regarding nuclear reactions that release a great deal of energy, which statement is true?
  5. chemistry

    Which of the following statements are true?
  6. Nuclear FIssion

    How does nuclear fission create energy? Nuclear energy is produced through the splitting, or fission, of a uranium atom in the core of a nuclear reactor. When hit by a neutron, the atom divides and releases two other neutrons, as well
  7. chemistry

    1.what is meant by atomic number of an element?
  8. Chemistry

    Compare and contrast the processes of nuclear fission and fusion, showing similarities and differences. Describe which, if any, of these processes is naturally occurring. If so, where?
  9. physics

    What are differences between nuclear fusion and nuclear fission?
  10. Science

    1. Massive amounts of destructive energy are released when a nuclear fission bomb explodes. Where does that energy come from?

More Similar Questions