Difference between nuclear fission and nuclear fusion in tabular form

Nuclear fission and nuclear fusion are two nuclear phenomena to produce nuclear heat energy. But these two phenomena occur in different conditions and the amount of heat generation is also different in these two phenomena. In this article, we are going to discuss the definition, properties, examples, uses and differences between nuclear fission and nuclear … Read more

Bohr atomic model of Hydrogen | Bohr theory

At first, scientist Rutherford gave the atomic theory of atoms after the alpha particle scattering experiment. But this theory was unable to consistent with the stability of an atom. This theory of Rutherford was based on classical mechanics. To explain the stability of atoms, scientist Niels Bohr gave a theory or model which is known … Read more

Radioactive isotopes of elements – radioisotopes

In another article, we have learned that the elements that emit alpha, beta and gamma rays spontaneously are called radioactive elements. All elements are not radioactive elements. Again, all isotopes of an element are not radioactive. In this article, we are going to discuss which isotopes of radioactive elements have radioactivity property. Here, we will … Read more