Nuclear Research Project: Grounding the Research

Unit 9: Nuclear Chemistry
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Objective: Students will be able to explain how a nuclear power plant works and how this knowledge relates to their research question.

Big Idea: Nuclear power plants rely on fission to generate the heat used to create the steam that drives a turbine.

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