Some questions about Chernobyl and Nuclear Reactors?

Reply Sat 8 May, 2010 06:01 am
What chemicals are used in nuclear reactors?
Which chemicals of these are extremely hazardous to life?
What are some of the effects of radiation?
How long do the effects of radiation last in an environment?
What is a basic overview of how nuclear reactors work?
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Reply Sat 8 May, 2010 06:04 am
Another person who wish us to do his homework for heim!

Sorry all your questions can be found by googling them in a few minutes so I suggest you begin doing so.
Reply Sun 9 May, 2010 10:41 am
we need an interview for the bibliography and this site counts
Reply Mon 10 May, 2010 06:55 am
What I find interesting is the used of the Chenobyl reactor name in your question concerning reactors as a class.

A reactor type that in the West had never been used for power generation and the only current example I know of is a bleeder reactor for the DOE in Washington State.

A reactor who is the only known example of large scale harm to it surrounding in the history of the technology and have nothing to do with current reactors in the West.

Modern reactors do not used damping materials that can burn and all such reactors unlike Chernobyl have a large containment domes around them.
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