Nuclear Essay Topics

Nuclear Fusion as Energy Provider

Fission reactions differ from radioactive decay both in the way that the reaction must be started and in the type of products that are formed [1]. Radioactive decay is a passive action, while fission is active. For radioactive decay, the atom is unstable; while the nuclei in the process of fission absorb a neutron, then… View Article

Nuclear materials trafficking

Terrorism acts have of late been on the rise in the world a trend which is attributed to the high rates of nuclear material trafficking along the borders of different countries. Nuclear weapons are the major tools used by terrorist which have made the issue of nuclear material trafficking become a major concern of the… View Article

The Nuclear Free World

When President Obama proclaimed his goal of a world free of nuclear weaponry within a satellite of the old Eastern block, he did so as high dreamer. A high dream that may perhaps be viewed as the corner-stone of the twenty-first century or perhaps simply as one of the many great naiveties of this century…. View Article

Nuclear Power as a form of clean energy

Energy from fission has provided the primal technique of generating a clean form of energy from very little source but it should be implemented in a healthy and secured way for the people and environment. In this paper we have discussed about Nuclear Power and how can it be used in generating clean energy. Atoms… View Article

Nuclear Technology and Countries of the Persian Gulf

Nuclear energy has been used widely only for thirty years . In sixtieth it was an exotic source of power, researched by scientists, and widely discussed in press. Nowadays, as Ilan Lipper & Jon Stone state in their article about nuclear powers and society, it is the second largest energy source in the U. S…. View Article

Benefits of Nuclear Weapons

World tensions have created power struggles throughout different countries in the 1900s to today. These power struggles have fueled the start of several wars between nations. The two biggest nations during these power struggles were the USSR and United States of America. Throughout the cold war, nuclear buildup created a deterrence that has spilled over… View Article

Pros and Cons of Storing Nuclear Waste

With the imminent license renewal of the majority of US nuclear power plants and the insistence of the Bush administration to build additional plants, the need for long-term storage of nuclear waste is greater than ever. Current estimates have the nation’s 103 nuclear reactors producing 84,000 metric tons of waste by 2035 (Hansen, 2001). With… View Article

Justification of the Atomic Bomb

There are primary and secondary documents which support both sides of this very controversial issue. Throughout doing this research I have found it incredibly hard to take a one-sided approach to this essay and therefore have decided to remain neutral. I will present my conclusions of both perspectives on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki…. View Article

Nuclear Power The Future OF Energy

Nuclear power, a phrase that isn’t too far from its controversial disputes. nuclear powers debate began around the 1970s to late 1980s when American nuclear power plant in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania had a cooling malfunction that caused a part of one of its reactors partially melt inside the reactor core. Media outlets jumped onto this incident,… View Article

Terrorists Groups In The Middle East

What have been the most common tactics/weapons and threats used by terrorists/terror groups in the Middle East since 9/11/01? The most common tactics/weapons and threats used by terrorists/terror group in the Middle East since 9/11 are bombings which can include car bombs, improvised explosive devices (IED’s), suicide attacks and explosives. Next we have rocket and… View Article