# Problem: In a nuclear power plant, heat created by _______ is used to generate steam which drives a turbine that produces electricity. An example of this type of reaction is _______. a. nuclear fission, 235U + 1n → 142Ba + 91Kr + 31n b. nuclear fusion, 2H + 3H → 4He + 1n c. nuclear fusion, 235U + 1n → 142Ba + 91Kr + 31n d. nuclear fission, 2H + 3H → 4He + 1n

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In a nuclear power plant, heat created by _______ is used to generate steam which drives a turbine that produces electricity. An example of this type of reaction is _______.

a. nuclear fission, 235U + 1n → 142Ba + 91Kr + 31n

b. nuclear fusion, 2H + 3H → 4He + 1n

c. nuclear fusion, 235U + 1n → 142Ba + 91Kr + 31n

d. nuclear fission, 2H + 3H → 4He + 1n

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