A nuclear blast, produced by the explosion of a nuclear bomb, involves the joining or splitting of atoms (called fusion and fission) to produce an intense pulse or wave of heat, light, air pressure, and radiation. Here we’ll look at different factors involved with a nuclear blast, and what effects it would have within a civilian setting.
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