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Science & tech : Atomic Energy / Nuclear reaction
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Science & tech : Nuclear Energy

Upendra Kumar Singh
UPENDRA KUMAR SINGH MASTER IN COMPUTER APPLICATION APPEARED TWO TIMES IN UPSC CSE MAINS

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  1. ENERGY NUCLEAR TECH Organization Nuclear Reaction India's Three Stages Nuclear Program Fast Breeder Reactor (FBR) Atomic Reactors Nuclear Energy Park Nuclear Materials


  2. Atomic Energy-Organisation Prime Minister of India Cabinet Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB) Bhabha Atomic Research Centre Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research Nuclear Power Corporation Nuclear Fuel Complex Centre for Advanced Technology Atomic Minerals Divisiorn Uranium Corporation of India Limited


  3. India entered the atomic age, more correctly the nuclear age, on 4th August 1956 when Apsara, India's first nuclear reactor, went into operation The Indian Atomic Energy Commission was first setup in August 1948 in the Department of Scientific Research. The Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) came into being on August 3, 1954 under the direct charge of the Prime Minister through a Presidential Order.


  4. Nuclear Reaction A nuclear reaction is considered to be the process in which two nuclear particles (two nuclei or a nucleus and a nucleon) interact to produce two or more nuclear particles. Nuclear Fusion Nuclear fusion, process by which nuclear reactions between light elements form heavier elements (up to iron). In cases where the interacting nuclei belong to elements with low atomic numbers (e.g., hydrogen atomic number 1] or its isotopes deuterium and tritium), substantial amounts of energy are released


  5. Nuclear Fusion Energy Deuterium Helium Neutron Tritium


  6. 2. Nuclear Fission Nuclear fission is a nuclear reaction nucleus of an atom splits into smaller parts (lighter nuclei). in which the The fission process often produces free neutrons and photons (in the form of gamma rays), and releases a large amount of energy.