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nature : Elements of fissile nuclear fission neutrons trigger and emit two to three secondary neutrons, which caused a part of the remaining nuclear fission, the splitting reaction continue constitute a chain reaction. Average generated by the fission neutrons is a secondary cause under a nuclear fission reaction and the chain reaction can sustain itself, the existence of the chain known as fission reaction (criticality). An average of more than one sub-participation of a neutron fission chain reaction called the divergence of fissile reaction (supercritical state). Less than a sub-participation of a neutron reaction finally stopped, known as convergence - fission chain reaction (subcritical state).

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1) chain reaction
2) chain-reaction polymerization
3) chain reaction
4) chain reaction
5) fission chain reaction
6) straight chain reaction;steady-state chain reaction
7) polymerase chain reaction;PCR
8) PCR;polymerase chain reaction
9) polymerase chain reaction;PCR
10) nuclear fission controllable chain reaction
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