Nuclear energy is used to generate electricity and power weapons. It is acquired from reactions such as nuclear decay, nuclear fission, and nuclear fusion. Today a significant portion of electricity from nuclear power is produced [More]
In this video I go over the books I find myself commonly referencing while doing my research in theoretical nuclear/particle physics. How crazy would it be if you became a patreon supporter xD omg are [More]
This is really cool, I love learning about anything related to nuclear weapons and the atomic age. Here I visit the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History in Albuquerque NM.
Nuclear Physics A Level Physics Revision including Binding Energy, Mass Defect and Binding Energy per Nucleon. This is part 2 of a series. The first part on the nuclear atom is here: Chapters: 00:00 [More]
Cambridge IGCSE Physics Unit 5 Nuclear Physics for Core and Extended students. This is suitable for Cambridge IGCSE Syllabus Codes 0625 and 0972 up to 2022. This video is an edited version of a previous [More]
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This video covers: – How the process of nuclear fission works – What a ‘chain reaction’ is – The pros and cons of nuclear fission General info: – Suitable for all GCSE and IGCSE courses [More]
How does nuclear energy work? Is radiation a risk? Find out the difference between nuclear fission and fusion, how uranium fuels the process, and the pros and cons of this alternative energy source. ➡ Subscribe: [More]
View full lesson: Our ability to mine great amounts of energy from uranium nuclei has led some to bill nuclear power as a plentiful, utopian source of electricity. But rather than dominate the global [More]