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  • ...ew Mexico, U.S.A., was not [[transportable]]. A '''fission warhead''' is a device that is sufficiently small and rugged to be used, operationally, as the [[ [[Nuclear weapon]]s include bombs and warheads using either fission or fusion. There is a relevant U.S. naming convention used for the last sev
    19 KB (2,868 words) - 06:42, 11 September 2013
  • ...e as a weapon, which will produce a large energy release through [[nuclear fission]]
    178 B (26 words) - 22:55, 26 September 2008
  • {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • ...nated on Bikini Island, was not transportable. A '''fusion warhead''' is a device that is sufficiently small and rugged to be used, operationally, as the [[ This article describes the general principles of a '''fusion device''', also called a '''thermonuclear weapon''', '''hydrogen bomb''', or simp
    20 KB (3,075 words) - 21:22, 10 June 2011
  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Boosted fission||**}}
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  • ...heavy bombers]]; design derived both from the British [[Hurricane (fission device)|Hurricane physics package]] and the U.S. [[Mark 4 (nuclear weapon)|Mark 4
    339 B (43 words) - 20:24, 1 May 2010
  • ...World War [[Manhattan Project]], but Britain detonated its first [[fission device]] in October 1952, and has maintained an independent capability. At the pr ...ston. The first British [[fission device]], [[Operation Hurricane (fission device)|Operation Hurricane]], was detonated aboard an old warship, at Monte Bell
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  • #REDIRECT [[Fission device]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[Fission device]]
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  • ...ew Mexico, U.S.A., was not [[transportable]]. A '''fission warhead''' is a device that is sufficiently small and rugged to be used, operationally, as the [[ [[Nuclear weapon]]s include bombs and warheads using either fission or fusion. There is a relevant U.S. naming convention used for the last sev
    19 KB (2,868 words) - 06:42, 11 September 2013
  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
    331 B (42 words) - 18:39, 10 June 2011
  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
    492 B (63 words) - 02:24, 17 April 2011
  • ...s, involving the channeling of radiation pressure from a Primary [[fission device]] to compress and heat lithium deuteride, which produces [[tritium]], in a
    242 B (33 words) - 18:55, 6 May 2010
  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • ...ssion core, increasing its neutron density, and decreasing the size of the device. A [[beryllium reflector]] was first used operationally in the U.S. [[Mark
    1 KB (168 words) - 18:40, 20 April 2011
  • ...part of the initiation, assembly and compression systems of the [[fission device]] in weapons
    169 B (23 words) - 05:41, 28 April 2010
  • {{r|Fission device}} {{r|Fusion device}}
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  • ...to destroy [[Nagasaki, Japan]] and it was the first operational [[fission device]] using [[implosion]] of a [[plutonium]] core.
    192 B (25 words) - 02:11, 11 June 2011
  • ...ing implosion, to increase the generation of neutrons either for increased fission efficiency or to trigger a thermonuclear Secondary
    260 B (37 words) - 07:35, 23 August 2010

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