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what happens during nuclear fission that causes the release of large amounts of heat energy?
a. a neutron of a radioactive isotope hits the nucleus of another and sticks to it, making this nucleus unstable and causing it to emit more neutrons. each interaction in this chain reaction causes atoms to split.
b. chemical means are used to combine uranium atoms. the combined atoms are then bombarded with neutrons, causing them to physically split apart.
c. atoms of uranium chemically combine with water molecules to become radioactive. as these combined molecules collide, neutrons are released, and they split apart as the bond is broken.
d. nuclei of lighter isotopes of uranium join together to create larger, heavier nuclei that then emit neutrons and split.
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the correct answer is - wave erosion.
the sea stack, sea arch, and the sea caves, are all land features that have gradually been formed by the influence of the waves, or rather by the erosion that the waves have caused on them.
the sea stack is a land form very close to the coast, and it is manifested by solitary very steep rocks, or as group of very steep rocks, and they have formed because of the wave and wind erosion.
the sea arch is land form that appears as an opening in a cliff, being formed by the the wave refraction where the focus of waves goes on the sides of a headland.
the sea caves are openings deeper into the crust, where the waves managed to erode the softer rocks, and the water to penetrate deeper inside.
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