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 Are hydrogen bombs radioactive?

Answer In principle, it's possible to build a hydrogen bomb that generates very little radioactive fallout: The fusion process that gives the bomb most of its explosive power doesn't leave radioactive sub... Read More »
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Is hydrogen radioactive?

Hydrogen is not radioactive. However, it does have an isotope, tritium, that is radioactive. Tritium has one proton and two neutrons. The regular hydrogen atom only has one proton and no neutrons.R... Read More »
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Science Projects on Hydrogen Bombs?

Hydrogen bombs are destructive weapons of war that are capable of inflicting massive amounts of damage. However, the amount of science that goes into the creation of hydrogen bombs is very impressi... Read More »
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What is the pressure of a hydrogen storage supply tank for a hydrogen fuel cell?

Current fuel cells typically store hydrogen gas at 5,000 pounds per square inch (psi) of pressure. State-of-the-art tanks with a 10,000 psi capacity are in development. Cryogenic storage of liquid... Read More »
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How many types of bombs does US have?

If the adverse actions are Article 15, it could be as long as 30 days (as far as I recall). If this is Courts Martial, lengthy investigations can precede any action. More detail would be necessar... Read More »
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