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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Nuclear Weapons Nuclear Weapons 2. Two types of nuclear weapons Atomic Bomb (fission) Hydrogen Bomb (fusion) A larger atom is split in two by a neutron 1. The Manhattan project Project = 25,000,000,000 $ Research project which produced the first A bomb during the Second World War First tested on July 16th, 1945 Two small atoms are broughttogether to form a larger atom Gadget Little Boy Released on Hiroshima in Japan on August 6th, 1945 4 400 kg15 kT of TNT Released on Nagasaki in Japan on August 9th, 1945 4 600 kg22 kT of TNT 150,000 casualties 80,000 casualties 3. Nuclear Weapons in the World Russia 8,420USA 7,650France 300China 240UK 225 Pakistan 100India 90 N-Korea <10 Estimated warheads Number of nuclear tests USA 1,054 Russia 715 France 210 UK, China 45 Pakistan, India 6 The biggest nuclear weapon Fat Man Tested in 1961 Nuclear weapons are explosive devices that derive from nuclear reactions. Even a small nuclear device can devastate an entire city. The impact of a nuclear bomb can be felt for years after it explodes, as the radiation and gases from the bomb continue to make people sick. 50 MT of TNT Tsar Bomba Ivy Mike 11 MT of TNT Tested in 1952 1,300 times more powerful than Little Boy A 5 MegaTon nuclear bomb represents the equivalent of all the explosives used in the Second World War 75,000 nuclear bombs built since 1945 Julien Gallinelli - Nuclear Weapons - 2014 The first Hydrogen Bomb 1 T of TNT = 4 GJ 20 kT of TNT
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