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Indian Scientists Against Nuclear Weapons
Working against nuclear weapons in India. Provides information on charter, membership, publications and links.
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
So a single `small' nuclear weapon whose yield is ten kilotons releases the same amount of energy as ten kilotons, i.e. 10000000 (one crore) kilograms of ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
What is weapons grade plutonium ? Can weapons be made from reactor grade ... However, a reactor grade weapon would use more plutonium for the same yield. ...
Members of ISANW
Joined ISANW on 28-Aug-1998; Guhan Jayaraman Anna University, Chennai Joined ISANW on 28-Aug-1998; Enakshi Bhattacharya Indian Institute of Technology, ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
Deterrence is the rationale used by the nuclear weapons states to justify ... Given the nature of strategic nuclear weapons, deterrence relies on holding ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
This thermal radiation travels outward at the speed of light. ... While blast and thermal effects occur to a far lesser degree in other types of explosions, ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
What are nuclear weapons ? How do nuclear weapons differ from conventional ones ? What are the different types of nuclear weapons ? ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
Two types of nuclear reactions are used in nuclear weapons. The nuclei of some heavy elements like uranium or plutonium can split into two roughly equal ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
Such weapons are called boosted fission weapons. In boosted weapons ... So most of the strategic fission weapons deployed today are boosted fission weapons. ...
Facts about Nuclear Weapons
The most powerful nuclear weapon to have been tested so far is the Tsar Bomba, a 50 megaton three-stage weapon exploded by the USSR on 30th October, 1961. ...
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