Significado de Nuclear:

Nuclear


However, the DNA in a bacterial cell is a single circular molecule and there is no separate nuclear compartment. Pertaining to a centre ...

Nuclear reaction


Noun: head nuclear reaction a process such as the fission of an atomic nucleus , or the fusion of one or more atomic nuclei and / or ...

Nuclear weapon


A weapon that derives its energy from the nuclear reaction s of either fission or fusion . year 2013 | date April 9 | author Andrei ...

Nuclear reactor


Derived terms : nuclear reactor core Translations: device in which a controlled chain reaction is maintained for creating heat, neutrons or ...

Nuclear fission


a nuclear reaction in which a large nucleus splits into smaller ones with the simultaneous release of energy Antonyms : nuclear fusion ...

Nuclear energy


the energy released by a nuclear reaction ; either through nuclear fission or nuclear fusion such energy used as a power source ...

Nuclear fusion


Antonyms : nuclear fission Translations: The combining of the nuclei of small atoms to form the nuclei of larger ones. Arabic. ar | اندماج نووي | ...

Nuclear power


Power, especially electrical power, obtained using nuclear fission or nuclear fusion countable | lang en nation that possesses nuclear weapon s ...

Nuclear bomb


Noun : A nuclear weapon Synonyms : A-bomb atom bomb atomic bomb fission bomb slang | lang en nuke Translations: nuclear bomb. Danish. da | atombombe ...

Nuclear rocket


English Noun: A rocket with a nuclear reactor aboard. astronautics | lang en A rocket where a nuclear process, especially an on-board ...
Frases de Trabajo

Trabajo

Hay fuerza motriz más poderosa que la electricidad, la del vaporo la nuclear: La fuerza de voluntad.

Frases de Autores Omar Nelson Bradley

Autores Omar Nelson Bradley

El mundo ha conseguido la brillantez sin conciencia. El nuestro es un mundo de gigantes nucleares y niños éticos. Omar Nelson Bradley.

Frases de Autores

Autores

La televisión se nos aparece como algo semejante a la energía nuclear. Ambas sólo pueden canalizarse a base de claras decisiones culturales y morales. Umberto Eco. Escritor italiano.