Chemistry

compared to an ordinary chemical reaction, a fission reaction will
1 release smaller amounts of energy
2 release larger amounts of energy
3 absorb smaller amounts of energy
4 absorb larger amounts of energy

is it 2 ?

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  1. The answer IS two!!!

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  2. Compared to an ordinary chemical reaction, a fission reaction will 

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  3. Yes

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  4. The answer is numero 2

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  5. The answer is most definitely choice (2). In a fission reaction, the nucleus captured is unstable and splits producing a LARGE amount of energy.

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  6. Posted by Gorhdynnah
    March 17, 2019 at 10:13 am

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  7. Answere is 2

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