FORCES OF NATURE : SCIENCE CONTRETE

3년 전

WHAT HAPPENS IN AN ATOM BOMB EXPLOSION????

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Unlike an atomic power plant, where a chain reaction for splitting uranium is allowed to run in a controlled way, in an atomic bomb it runs at lightning speed and totally out of control. The explosion gives rise to temperature of over 10million*C. This strong heating creates an immense pressure wave. The pressure and the heat wave destroy everything in its surroundings. Tens of thousands of people were killed immediately when the two American atom bombs were thrown on Hiroshima and Nagasaki on August 6 and August 9, 1945, respectively. The infamous ‘mushroom cloud’ rose up to a height of 13 km and about 20 minutes later radioactive rain fell from this cloud on the two cities. A number of people have died or have developed abnormalities which are the consequences of the radioactivity caused during the explosion.

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knowledgeble post.. thanks for sharing knowledge to us.

Uranium or atom bomb has unstoppable hug amount of energy but it can use for electricity generator in nuclear reaction and I want to know more about your opinion.

Typical scientific explanation bro

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How can we save ourselves in an event of atomic war?

@subhankar734 Oh that shows your deep study and knowledge about the subject. Loved it.

Wow brother, very explosive article👍

It is so powerful that the hiroshima and Nagasaki are not radioactive anymore because most of the bombs didn't touch the ground. And were detonated in the air.

right, yet in both city children are borning with disability due to nuclear effect

Oooo how dangerous is it

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